Are you hanging on by a thread? Depressed and anxious? Could a food intolerance to gluten or celiac disease be causing your depression and anxiety? I have a lot of patients who come to see me for chronic back, neck pain and other chronic joint-related problems. Many patients present with multiple pain complaints with depression and anxiety being a common one. Some of these patients have seen many health practitioners and have received lots of other therapies including massage therapy, … [Read more...]
Boost Your EnergyBoosting your energy will help you live a happier and more fulfilling life. For example, boosting your energy will allow you to become more productive at work, improve your athletic performance, and improve your mental focus.
Fatigue is one of the most common problems I see in my practice. Patients either wake up tired or start yawning early to mid afternoon and struggle to stay awake. Or there is some people who are out right exhausted all of the time and are hanging on by a thread. Furthermore, some people feel they need many cups of coffee just to get through the day. Does this describe you?
The good news is there are many natural treatments and lifestyle strategies you can use to increase your energy and improve your focus.
The following articles explain how you boost your energy from treatments like chiropractic care to lifestyle strategies like eating healthier, sleeping better, and stress management.
Refined flour (i.e. breads, cereals, pasta, etc.), refined sugar (i.e. table sugar, high fructose corn syrup), and vegetable oils (canola, corn, cottonseed, soybean, safflower, sunflower, sesame) make up more than 50% of the total daily calories consumed by the average person in the industrial world today. (1) These three food toxins are one of the biggest causes of chronic illnesses we see today. Human beings started to evolve approximately 2.5 million years ago and up until 10,000 years … [Read more...]
There are many benefits of intermittent fasting such as weight loss, increased energy, and decreased pain. If you feel like you’re running a little slow like your computer does once in awhile, sometimes it’s necessary to hit your reset button. Intermittent fasting can be a great way to reset yourself to regain your strength, focus, energy, and decrease pain levels. Read on to determine if you’re a good candidate to do it. What is intermittent fasting? Our ancestors of over 10,000 years … [Read more...]