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Showing posts from December, 2015

How To Melt Away Stress With A Help From A Chiropractor

Paying bills, tight deadlines, pesky neighbors, job loss, traumas, illness, death of loved one-- the list goes on; are some of the unpleasant situations in life that can turn our world upside down and will surely triggers our stress.Humans are programmed to strive and compete to every challenge that the world offers in order to survive. This shows then why we as humans are also prone to stress. Stress is anything that poses a challenge or tension to our peaceful existence.
Effects of stress in the Body and how Chiropractors can help
1. Tension Headaches also called “stress headaches”  
Is one of the most common types of headache described by a mild or moderate band -- like sensation encircles around the forehead or back of the head and neck. This muscle tension can trigger by impaired sleep, emotional stress, cold temperature, poor posture and fatigue. Chiropractor is not only treating the symptoms of your tension headaches, it also corrects your problem by tailoring a treatment plan add…

Chiropractic Care during Pregnancies and Childbirth

Morning sickness, vomiting, hormonal imbalance, nausea, back pain, misaligned pelvis and stress are some of the symptoms experienced during pregnancy. These myriad changes in the women’s body can lead to pains and discomfort which many think as normal scenarios pregnant women better get used to for the next 38 to 42 weeks.

Studies showed that half of pregnant women are having low- back pain at some point during pregnancy; this is especially true at their late pregnancy when the baby's head is pressed down on the woman's back, legs, and buttocks, irritating her sciatic nerve. This stage happens in preparation for creating the environment for the development of the baby. Pregnancy back pain typically happens when the pelvis meets the spine, at the sacroiliac joint.
Feeling grateful about having a baby but dreads the surprising amount of stress that comes along with it? Well, the good news is, there is a specialist who can help you lessen or even diminish those symptoms. Meet the C…