Most of us know that regular exercise can have a positive impact on just about every aspect of our health.
But there’s also a lot of bad information out there which can push us in the wrong direction when it comes to our health.
Here are some of the most common exercise myths I come across in my practice, and some healthy alternatives to help you live your best life.
Stress and anxiety appear to show up together a lot. Sometimes the terminology is used interchangeably. Some people will even say things like, “my stress causes anxiety” and vice versa. These two conditions appear so frequently together, ‘stress and anxiety’ will roll off ones tongue as easily as ‘peanut butter and jelly.’
I talk to a number of patients that have lost hope; think their health and healing is left up to chance. Yes a it’s true, a certain amount of our health is predetermined by genetics but not all and maybe not even the majority. read more…
I encourage people to look at healing in 3 phases, Acute Care, Maintenance Care and Wellness or Preventative.
Are you wondering how many treatments you will need start feeling better?
We are halfway through January. How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? Some people find that as they ramp up their fitness and health routines they either become more aware of pain or they discover new pains. read more…
There’s a solution to any problem out there for you to buy. Phrases such as “retail therapy,” and “there’s an app for that,” encourage us to seek help through purchasing more stuff, adding more events to our calendar, and signing up for more commitments. But what if the solution to reduce stress and anxiety naturally is to subtract rather add. read more…
It’s a new year and for many this is the time that we declare resolutions, set intentions and/or make goals for the coming year. For many of us, in past year our resolutions are all but forgotten by February. Author of Atomic Habits, James Clear says, “We don’t rise to the level of our goals, rather we fail to the level of our systems.”