We often get asked a lot of nutritional questions. Which diet is best? What’s going to make me loose the most weight? Which one is the best long term? The answer is that is varies by person and you have to choose which is best for you.Read More
Check out this great guest blog from our friend, Alex, over at Coffee Abode!
“Most of us are used to a routine, especially when we wake up. For most of us, the very first thing we do when we wake up is to have a hot cup of coffee. It sends an instant boost of energy throughout the body and charges us up to tackle the rest of the day.Read More
Many people, regardless of age or physical stature, will wake up in the morning stiff and suffering from back pain. Some may even struggle to get out of bed. Their solutions is to take a few painkillers and then get on with their day the best they can. Many back problems, like this, are caused by poor sleeping positions. They can easily be improved with just a few changes to the way you lie in bed and help from your local Longmont ChiropractorsRead More
Runners often spend a lot of time and attention on warming up, stretching and cooling down. However, they often forget about strengthening their core. While warming up and cooling down is crucial, a runner cannot ignore the importance of having a strong core.Read More
Dr Jay and Dr Christina show some exercises that can be done during your next road trip or your commute. Please use caution though! Don't ever drive distracted. These exercises are best done as a passenger or stopped at red lights!Read More
True self-care isn’t bubble baths and chocolate cake. Sometimes it’s hard work and doing the thing you don’t want to be doing. In the mainstream, what we see as self-care often is actually a way to disengage from our life and to distract ourselves from the real reasons we aren’t living the life that we want. Before getting into what it means to truly care for yourself, let’s dispel some of the myths of what self-care isn’t.Read More
Headaches and migraines are common in many people's everyday life. That doesn't make them normal! Aches and pains are your body's way of trying to tell you something it wrong. When your body is trying to get your attention, listen to it! Dr Jay explains more about what causes these headaches and what can be done to help them.Read More
While plastics have many good uses, the current ubiquity in our lives has caused the good it was intended for to be outdone. But don’t worry. Wall-e doesn’t have to become a documentary! There is still time to make a change to save the planet and even small changes make a difference. Just reading the article and beginning to generate an awareness for this issue is the first step! Congratulations!Read More
Tightness between shoulder blades, mid back pain, stress stored in the tops of your shoulders, rounded shoulders are all common symptoms of modern life. These easy, at home exercises will help alleviate the tension in your back and improve your range of motion. Grab your trusty Foam Roller and join us!Read More
As Americans, we pride ourselves on our ability to multitask. Smartphones and technology have made this even more prevalent. We can reply to emails while in the bathroom. We can cook dinner while clean the kitchen while doing research for our next Amazon purchase. We try to hold multiple conversations at once. Here’s one that I see all too often that I BEG you to not do: drive and be on our phones.
We are, in fact, expected to multitask constantly. Have you ever seen a job posting that doesn’t specifically request the ability to multitask?
Well, turns out, this is not good for our brains, our relationships or our work and, in fact, you can’t actually multitask at all.Read More