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Current Articles

» Chiropractic Care for Degenerative Disc Disease
» How to boost your immune system
» 3 Tips to Prevent Neck Pain
» Good and Bad Exercises for Low Back Pain
» Walking: Trim your waistline, improve your health
» How to Set Up an Ergonomic Home Office
» Organic foods: Are they safer? More nutritious?
» Better Sleep Means Better Health
» Spinal Decompression Therapy
» The Pandemic of Work-From-Home Injuries

Chiropractic Care for Degenerative Disc Disease

Chiropractic Care for Degenerative Disc Disease

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"Chiropractic care is a treatment option you may want to try for degenerative disc disease (DDD). The first step the chiropractor will take with DDD is to carefully determine if you have a true disc-related problem.
The goal of chiropractic care for DDD is to improve joint mechanics by improving spinal motion and reducing inflammation. The chiropractor may also work on improving the function of the intervertebral discs—but that’s only if you do not have advanced disc degeneration.
To help treat your DDD symptoms, your chiropractor may use spinal manipulation (also called spinal adjustment). 
Your chiropractor may also recommend therapeutic exercises, which can help reinforce your other treatments. With chiropractic care, prevention is key, and therapeutic exercises can prevent your symptoms of degenerative disc disease from getting worse."
For more informaton, visit https://www.spineuniverse.com/conditions/degenerative-disc/chiropractic-care-degenerative-disc-disease

Author: Ron Grassi
Source: Remedy Health Media


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How to boost your immune system

How to boost your immune system

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"How can you improve your immune system? On the whole, your immune system does a remarkable job of defending you against disease-causing microorganisms. But sometimes it fails: A germ invades successfully and makes you sick. Is it possible to intervene in this process and boost your immune system? What if you improve your diet? Take certain vitamins or herbal preparations? Make other lifestyle changes in the hope of producing a near-perfect immune response?

The idea of boosting your immunity is enticing, but the ability to do so has proved elusive for several reasons. The immune system is precisely that — a system, not a single entity. To function well, it requires balance and harmony. "

Want to learn more about how to boost you immune system the healthy way? Click HERE

Author: The President and Fellows of Harvard College
Source: Harvard Health Publishing (Harvard Medical School)


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3 Tips to Prevent Neck Pain

3 Tips to Prevent Neck Pain

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"Without knowing it, you may be encouraging neck pain by the way you perform everyday activities. How you carry yourself can invite neck pain or help keep it at bay. In general, try to keep your head balanced directly over your spine, so it is not leaning forward or cocked to one side. That's because your neck's principal job is to support your head, and your head weighs a lot—about 10 to 12 pounds."

For some hints for achieving a healthy neck posture in common activities such as being at your computer/desk, using the telophone, and reading at home, visit 3 tips to prevent neck pain - Harvard Health.

Author: Harvard Health Publishing
Source: Harvard Medical School


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Good and Bad Exercises for Low Back Pain

Good and Bad Exercises for Low Back Pain

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Author: Tyler Wheeler, MD
Source: Web MD


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Walking: Trim your waistline, improve your health

Walking: Trim your waistline, improve your health

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"Can you really walk your way to fitness? You bet! Get started today.
Know the benefits. Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life. For example, regular brisk walking can help you:
Maintain a healthy weight and lose body fat
Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer and type 2 diabetes
Improve cardiovascular fitness
Strengthen your bones and muscles
Improve muscle endurance
Increase energy levels
Improve your mood, cognition, memory and sleep
Improve your balance and coordination
Strengthen immune system
Reduce stress and tension"
To learn more about improving your technique and setting realistic goals, visit https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/in-depth/walking/art-20046261

Author: Mayo Clinic Staff
Source: Mayo Clinic


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How to Set Up an Ergonomic Home Office

 

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How to Set Up an Ergonomic Home Office

If you spend several hours each day working at a desk, you’ve probably experienced the ache and pain that comes with poor posture. Luckily, there are tips and tricks to setting up your office (or makeshift home office) to achieve good posture and ergonomics.

To continue reading about how to achieve good posture in your home office, visit:

https://health.clevelandclinic.org/heres-how-to-set-up-your-office-to-avoid-aches-pain/

 
 

Author: Health Essentials
Source: Cleveland Clinic


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Organic foods: Are they safer? More nutritious?

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Organic foods: Are they safer? More nutritious?

"Discover the difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety and price."
Not only are organic foods and farming safer for the environment, they also provide great health benefits to consumers.
To find out more about how organic foods are beneficial to you and the environment, visit: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/organic-food/art-20043880

 

Author: Mayo Clinic Staff
Source: Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER)


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Better Sleep Means Better Health

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Better Sleep Means Better Health

"Sleep is essential to good health, and a lack of it can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, weight gain, and diabetes". In addition, prescription drugs contribute a great deal to insomnia and changes in sleep patterns.
Read on to learn more about how these factors impact your sleep and alternative ways in which one can obtain a good night's rest. Visit: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/better-sleep-means-better-health-

 

Author: Harvard Medical School
Source: Harvard University


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Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy

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"If you have lasting back pain and other related symptoms, you know how disruptive to your life it can be. You may be unable to think of little else except finding relief. Some people turn to spinal decompression therapy -- either surgical or nonsurgical. Here's what you need to know to help decide whether it might be right for you.

Nonsurgical spinal decompression is a type of motorized traction that may help relieve back pain. Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. That changes the force and position of the spine. This change takes pressure off the spinal disks, which are gel-like cushions between the bones in your spine, by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, bulging or herniated disks may retract, taking pressure off nerves and other structures in your spine. This in turn, helps promote movement of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they can heal."


To learn more about ways doctors have used nonsurgical spinal decompression in an attempt to treat lasting back pain and other related symptoms, read more at https://www.webmd.com/back-pain/guide/spinal-decompression-therapy-surgical-nonsurgical

Author: Tyler Wheeler, MD
Source: WebMD


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The Pandemic of Work-From-Home Injuries

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The Pandemic of Work-From-Home Injuries

"Elizabeth Cuthrell, a Manhattan-based film producer, used to work in an ergonomic office space: comfortable desk chair, monitor at eye level, external keyboard. Then came Covid-19. During stay-at-home she worked on a laptop from a wicker chair, or sometimes on a couch with “cushions like marshmallows.” A month later she felt pain in her neck, wrist and shoulders that sent her to a chiropractor.
“It’s hard to quantify, but this has been a really, really big issue for a lot of my patients,” said Karen Erickson, the chiropractor who treated Ms. Cuthrell. Chiropractors report a surge of injuries and discomfort stemming from the nationwide push to work from home, as millions of workers have spent months clacking away on sofas and beds and awkward kitchen counters. Out with ergonomics, in with hunching over laptops."
To learn more, visit https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/04/well/live/ergonomics-work-from-home-injuries.html 

Author: Jeff Wilser
Source: The New York Times


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