13 October 2014
Your chiropractor will probably give you a talking to about vitamin D — it's critical for your bone health. Without adequate vitamin D, your body can't absorb calcium efficiently, which leaves your bones weak. However, vitamin D is also important for how you feel between visits and how quickly you recover afterwards. Since you're likely to be a little sore and have some pain after your chiropractic service, you want to make sure you get your vitamin D to minimize those inflammatory markers.
8 October 2014
Going to the dentist used to be for a cleaning or to have a cavity filled, but more and more dentists are now offering cosmetic procedures that can transform your smile. If you feel like your smile could use some improvement, ask your dentist about the following: Teeth Whitening A gorgeous white smile is very desirable, and your dentist can help you obtain it. There are several ways to get noticeably whiter teeth, and your dentist may offer an in-office and at-home option.
8 October 2014
Root canals are relatively routine dental procedures, but they are still quite serious in nature. When a person needs a root canal, the pulp of the tooth has become seriously infected to the point that it needs to be entirely removed in order to save the tooth. This could have happened as a result of severe tooth trauma, a cavity, or even an abscess. Read on to learn about the common signs that you may need a root canal and what to expect if you do need one.
7 October 2014
You just had a baby, and the last thing you want to do is think about losing weight. Still, you might feel a bit motivated to get on your feet and begin making some changes in your daily routine. Here are a few tips that will get you on the right track to losing weight. Talk to your general practitioner. Your GP will help you find the best time to begin exercising after childbirth.
6 October 2014
If you wear contacts, you shouldn't always be experiencing eye discomfort. Many people think that when you wear contacts you will feel them on your eye and that they could hurt or be uncomfortable. But that isn't necessarily true. If the contacts fit correctly and are properly cared for, you shouldn't even notice that they are there. Here are some causes for discomfort while wearing your contacts. 1. Dry Eyes
3 October 2014
Most people who go to a chiropractor know the benefits. Regular chiropractic adjustments can reduce pain, help prevent injuries, and have a variety of other physical health benefits. One little known fact about going to a chiropractor is that they can also help with mental health and even improve the symptoms of depression. Chronic Pain and Depression Many people suffer from chronic pain. Signs of chronic pain include: Extended periods of pain that should have subsided after an injury or illness.
2 October 2014
Your skin is the first thing the world sees of you. In addition to being the most visible part of the body, it is actually the largest organ in the human body accounting for up to ten percent of your body weight. It is also the most important organ. It protects the rest of your body from exposure to the outside world and keeps everything in place and contained within your body.
2 October 2014
Chronic pain can reduce your ability to enjoy life, manage your responsibilities, keep up with work, and interact with those around you. Overtime it can become debilitating and overtake your life. Alternative therapies can be used in conjunction with mainstream medicine and offer you additional modalities to pain management. Acupuncture Acupuncture has been used for at least 2000 years to relieve pain and treat health related conditions. Using small, thin, and relatively painless needles, acupuncture points on the body are "