It’s that time of year—cold and flu season. As we descend deeper into the winter months, it is important to maintain a healthy and boosted immune system. With regular chiropractic adjustments and healthy lifestyle habits, you can take on cold and flu season like a champ!
Giving during the holiday season is the perfect way to relieve your own personal stress. Family, travel,
budgeting are all factors that increase personal stress levels during the holiday season and beyond. Focusing your attention on the needs of someone else reduces stress levels significantly.
For many, the holidays are a time to travel and visit loved ones. But let’s be honest, it can be stressful—for your body, mind and even your spine! But worry not, because we’re here to help. Whether you’re piling into the family car, jumping on a train, taking a bus, or catching a flight, keep these tips in mind for stress-free, healthy holiday travel.
We all know what stress is—we experience it every day in ways both big and small. As it turns out,
a little bit of stress is actually
good for you… but what about when you get overloaded? Too much stress can throw the body into chaos—mentally, physically and emotionally.
Past and present traumatic events have physical and mental
effects on the human body that can manifest into chronic
pain and/or post traumatic stress. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
affects an average of eight million adults during a given year,
while one in three Americans will be affected by chronic pain in their lifetime.