February is a month that can leave a number of people feeling down with Valentine’s day commercialism. But all of us have something that supports us constantly – our own hearts! Our heart is continually working to pump blood and provide oxygen to every organ, muscle, ligament, and cell in our body. Unfortunately, we don’t always think about our hearts or their health. And when we stop caring for it, serious issues can arise which can later lead to serious disease and even death. This is why we encourage you to love yourself by loving your heart this Valentine’s day with this heart healthy tips!
After the first month of the new year, it seems that a lot of us begin to lose motivation. More often than not, we grind so hard to make big life changes, only to find we burn out so soon after starting. As we’ve discussed before, your emotional health is critical in influencing your physical health. So, let’s discuss the best ways to recharge your emotional wellness in order to stay motivated!
In the last blog, we took a dive into the candidiasis infection. We discussed the ways you can become infected, as well as the different variations of the infection. This week, we want to discuss the best way to treat the fungus overgrowth. We (and many other wellness professionals) believe the best method is through the prevention of the underlying cause. And the best method to cure candidiasis is through the food we eat on a daily basis.
It’s no secret that the human body is intertwined with fungi on a regular basis. In a normal situation, these fungi help keep our bodies running efficiently. One type specifically, Candida, is found in the mouth, intestines, and skin. But sometimes, an overgrowth can occur, which can lead to an infection called candidiasis. Join us in this two-part series on both the background on this infection and how it can be treated!
We’re only a few weeks into the new year. How are your resolutions going? If you’re like the many who have decided to get healthy in 2020, there’s a chance you’ve stayed strong in this commitment. However, there’s also the chance you’ve fallen off the wagon. When this happens, many of us think a drastic cleanse or organic detox is the answer to kickstart this new journey. Before you do that though, we want to take a minute and talk about this concept of organic detoxing and if you really need one to get healthy.
The new year, and a new decade, is upon us. If you’re like most, you may have set a few resolutions and goals for this year. And more likely than not, at least one of them is to lose weight or get healthier. It’s during the first month of the year that many of us choose to follow a fad diet, try a weight loss product promoted on Instagram, or completely change our lifestyles. But time and time again, any weight lost this way tends to get re-gained by the second half of the year. Are these unrealistic resolutions really working? Or do we need to start rethinking weight loss?
We’ve talked about inflammation before. It is a part of the body’s natural immune response and defense. When a cut swells up and turns red, that’s your body starting the process of healing. But sometimes, our natural response takes it a bit too far and goes into overdrive. This prolonged inflammation can cause a lot of health problems including asthma, blindness, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and arthritis. Did you know your diet highly influences the amount of inflammation in the body? If you suffer from symptoms such as joint pain, stiffness, and swelling, the inflammation diet might be for you!
Here we are, closer and closer to a new year. As back pain is the most common pain our patients come to us with, we wanted to take a minute and talk about all the ways you can prepare your spine for the New Year!
Do you ever wake up to a dreadfully tight pain at the very lowest point of your back? Or perhaps you feel it if you’ve been sitting on a hard, flat surface for a long time. Tailbone pain consists of cycles of both dull aches and sharp pains. Injuries can result from a number of things including a fall, joint issues, or vaginal childbirth.
Many people who see a chiropractor continue visits for preventative reasons. If you fall into that category, you might want to check out these exercises for a healthy spine!