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Archive for July 2019

4 Weight Training Tips

When it comes to hitting the weights, it’s important to work out with safety and precision. Below are a few things to keep in mind when training with weights. Associates in Chiropractic Family Health & Wellness Center is committed to providing education that will help our patients avoid pain and injury. 1.) Don’t Overload the…

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The Smart Guide to Choosing Supplements

When it comes to supplements, not all are created equal. It’s important to weight out risks and benefits associated with taking dietary supplements, and it’s always important to consult with a medical professional who is up-to-date and current with all of your health developments before you take any given supplement. Below Associates in Chiropractic Family…

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Do You Have Text Neck?

Text neck is a problem we’re seeing a lot on our patients who spend too much time looking down at their phone. For some strange reason, it’s maybe more socially acceptable to keep our phones in our lap instead of out in front of us and at a correct angle. Text Neck Symptoms Text neck…

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5 Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep

Sometimes in this crazy world we might be pushing ourselves to the limits in the sleep department, which can cause health problems and affect your daily performance in all areas. Below are a few signs you might be sleep deprived. Your Eyes Are Heavy If your eyes are heavy, puffy, watery, red, or have dark…

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Tips for Re-Framing Negative Beliefs

A big part of achieving our goals and keeping a positive mindset is handling invasive and negative thought patterns that no longer serve us. Read on for a few ways to turn negative thoughts into more positive ways of thinking. Turns Weaknesses into Strengths We might think we’re less-than-adequate at a certain activity, task, or…

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Chiropractic for Tempromandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)

TMJ has to do with a group of Temporomandibular joint disorders which cause the connecting points of the jaw and skull to irritate and swell, causing pain and discomfort. Symptoms of TMJ can vary from trouble chewing to full-blown headaches and neck pain. In some cases patients can even become dizzy and lose their footing.…

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