Keep the Cold and Flu away

It’s here—cold and flu season. No really it is and it’s come earlier then last year. As we slowly creep into the winter months, it is crucial to maintain a healthy and boosted immune system. With the combination of chiropractic adjustments and healthy lifestyle habits, you can tell cold and flu “not today”!
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Just Breathe and have Less Stress

Stressed? Who isn’t these days?!

It’s natural to feel overwhelmed sometimes. However, too much stress can be detrimental to your overall health. It can lead to mental health problems, increased risk of cardiovascular disease and even poor gut health—which in turn elevates levels of stress.

Hydration, eating healthy meals and receiving routinely chiropractic care all help […]

Sinus Infection and Chiropractic Treatment

In the United States alone there are over three million people a year affected by sinusitis or sinus infection which is an infection or inflammation of the sinuses. Often when you have a cold that lasts longer than 10 days or begins to worsen it’s likely a sinus infection.
Symptoms of a Sinus Infection
The most obvious sign of sinus infection is pain in the ear, face, […]

5 Ways to the Stop Post Lunch Slump

Ever feel your energy level take a big dip right after lunch? Sometimes, even when you felt refreshed and energized in the morning, you start to drag in the early to mid-afternoon. But don’t worry, there is hope! Test out some of these tricks to avoid the afternoon slump and finish out the rest of your day like a champ.
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Stress Eased by Chiropractic Care

Stress is still a major issue in the United States and has a detrimental impact on overall health. Sources of stress vary from person to person, but the most commonly reported causes of stress are money, work, the economy, family responsibilities, relationships and health concerns.
Chiropractic care can help combat the symptoms of stress.
Stress and Overall Health
The most common symptoms of stress are feeling irritable, […]

Dehydration and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Temperatures are heating up…summer is on it’s way…start drinking more water and staying on top of being hydrated.

When you suffer from dehydration symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, learning how to cleanse and re-hydrate your body will improve your physical energy as well as reduce brain fog, headaches, skin problems, joint and muscle pain, poor digestion and cravings.
When dehydrated, our internal cleansing system becomes […]

Ways You Can Prevent Heart Disease


Regular Exercise
Being physically active is a huge part of heart health. Exercising 3-4 times a week, at an average of 40 minutes, will make all the difference. Physical activities that switch back and forth in intensity and interval, like HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) are great but even walking ten minutes more a day is a […]

How to Harness Stress

Healthy stress? What? Isn’t that an oxymoron—but it’s true, stress can be healthy for you in certain doses and certain situations. Your body was built to create responses to stress, and this has been one of the keys to survival—but what good can it do for us in today’s time? Actually, more than you may think.
Fight or Flight
Stress can trigger physiological responses and we’re sure […]

Things You Need to Stop Believing About Sleep

We’re supposed to spend one third of our lives catching zzz’s, so we’ve had enough experience at this point to call ourselves bona fide experts. But some of our most basic assumptions—REM sleep is the most important; if you’re waking up in the middle of the night, you’re not sleeping well; you shouldn’t sleep with the […]

Health Benefits of Having an Active Social Life

Do you make quality time with your family and friends a priority? We’re not talking about required annual holiday visits with distant relatives that can sometimes drive you nuts; we mean those people with whom you share the closest connections and tightest bonds. If you’re like most people, nurturing those types of relationships often falls by […]