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Heart Health Facts Woman Should Know.
Posted on May 22nd, 2018

      Nearly every minute, a woman dies from heart disease in the USA/Canada- it is the number 1 killer of woman.   Woman are more likely to die from heart disease then men according to the AHA.   Women are less inclined to call 911 when they believe they may be experiencing hear attack symptoms.   When it comes to heart disease, woman experience unique causers, symptoms and outcomes compared to men.In addition, certain conditions appear to increase heart disease risk in woman including pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, gestational diabetes, migraine headaches with aura, early onset menopause and autoimmune diseases such as Lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.   Woman’s heart attack symptoms are often different from men’s. Woman experience shortness…

The Path to Wellness through Food
Posted on May 9th, 2018

If you are one of the estimated 15 million Americans suffering from depression, you may be surprised to learn that the path to wellness and vitality is through food. The Western diet of heavily processed, denatured foods has been widely linked to rising rates of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Did you know that it’s also linked to poor memory function, hyperactive immune response, and inflammation, all of which affect symptoms of depression? The Gut-Brain Axis: Your Second Brain Our digestive systems know when we are under stress. Whether it’s feeling too nervous to eat, or experiencing “butterflies” in the stomach when we feel excited, it’s clear that our thoughts impact digestive functions. But why is the gut being called…

8 Superfoods your Brain will Love

  1.Turmeric  (Aka as Curcumin)   Many studies have demonstrated curcumin’s ability to prevent or even help reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as other forms of dementia.Curcumin may also help aging blood vessels to relax and increase blood flow to the brain.   Enjoy Tumeric in sauces, curries, stir-fries and casseroles. But, you will get better absorption if you combine Tumeric with black pepper and a bit of healthy fat.   2. Blueberries   They are rich in antioxidant compounds known as Anthocyanins, which have been shown to improve brain function. A Study published in The Annals of Neurology analyzed data from 16,00 women with an average age of 74, found that the women with the highest…

Quote if the day

“We think so often that we are helpless, but we are not. We always have the power of our minds….Claim and consciously use YOUR power.” Louise L. Hay

Chiropractic Tip of the Month: How To Get A Restorative Sleep

  Many people would agree that there’s nothing better than a good night’s sleep. Stressful day at the office? Long hours running errands with the kids? All this can be repaired with restorative slumber. On the other hand, not getting the eight to nine hours of sleep that you need may leave you feeling grumpy and tired all day. But here’s something you may not know: you have far more control over the quality of your sleep than you think. Choose a good mattress If you wake up with aches and pains that were not there when you went to bed, it may be time to get a new mattress. A good mattress supports the natural contours of the body,…

Back to Back Health (article written by Health Blogger Megan Yuri Young)

Something odd started happening late last year. My lower back hurt. I used to spend most of my workouts focusing on cardio, specifically running. So when it came to perpetual soreness, I was usually feeling it around my knees and joints. This was a new development…and I was not into it for obvious reasons. So I slowed down. I focused a lot more on yoga and as I began feeling better, I introduced CrossFit workouts more heavily to help strengthen the muscles across my entire body. I knew I wanted to run more again, so I needed to address not only this new back health issue, but also my hamstrings, IT band and hips. I won’t lie, at first my…

Repetitive Strain Injuries

  As your workload at the office increases, so do repetitive actions, such as typing, using your computer mouse and talking on the phone. These routine tasks seem simple, but they can add a level of physical stress to the emotional and mental stress of getting the job done. In fact, repetitive strain injuries have skyrocketed in the last 20 years due to the increasing reliance on workplace technology. Try these tips to reduce the strain: Computer Monitor Position your computer screen directly in front of you. Allow the muscles in your eyes to relax by following the 20/20/20 rule: Take a 20-second break every 20 minutes and focus on an object that is at least 20 feet away from…

4 Exercises to relieve your “new mom” backaches!

While carrying your bundle of joy for nine months, your abdominal muscles have stretched to make room for delivery. This is a common cause of back pain in new moms because your back muscles now have to work overtime to support your spine and keep you upright. Here are 4 core exercises you can do with your little one to help decrease the ache. PELVIC BRIDGES Lie on your back, bend your knees and put your feet flat on the ground. Place your baby on your pelvis with their back against your thighs. While holding your baby in place, slowly push your hips up towards the ceiling. Hold this position for 3 to 5 seconds. Keep your abdominals tight to…

Quote of the day

“When you know that you are in charge of your intentions, then you’ll come to know that you are in charge of your entire world.” Dr Wayne Dyer

Fear has 2 meanings

F. E. A.R. has 2 meanings: “Forget  Everything And Run“ OR “ Fear Everything And Rise” The choice is yours!      

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