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3 Simple Ways to Express Gratitude

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The Inbox of Life is Never Empty

Work deadlines, financial tension, social obligations, meals to cook and kid’s activities to plan: if you feel like you are overwhelmed and stressed out, you are not alone. A recent study (1) in 2015 performed by the American Psychological Association found that on average, men rated their daily stress at 4.9/10 and women at 5.3/10 with “greater percentages of adults reporting extreme levels of stress than in 2014.”  In addition, stress has been linked time and time again with poor health, depression, anxiety, and having a negative impact on relationships.  Read Full Article

YOUR HEART: THE COST OF UNMANAGED STRESS

We all have it and in this life you can say it is as certain as death and taxes.  We cannot control the curveballs that come our way in the form of unexpected financial expenses, a sudden job loss or the unpredictable illness of a loved one. … Read Full Article

5 Tips to Manage Your Stress

Stress Management and Being Over Stressed as Art

Each year, one in three Americans dies from heart disease or stroke, yet many of the deaths are preventable through lifestyle changes.[i] Diet, exercise, and eliminating tobacco use are crucial factors in lowering the risk of heart disease, but another important factor is managing stress.… Read Full Article

3 Nutrients to Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease

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February is American Heart Month—a time devoted to awareness about heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular disease is the number-one killer in the world, and it accounts for one in three deaths in the United States annually.[i] While there are many lifestyle factors that can affect one’s risk of heart disease, including smoking and exercise, diet plays a significant role in heart health.… Read Full Article

Staying Active Makes a Healthier Heart

In the midst of a brutal winter, it’s hard to find the motivation to exercise.  Physical activity just doesn’t sound exciting when the snow is falling and the temperatures dip to record lows!  Staying indoors and lounging in front of the television or with a good book seem more enticing. … Read Full Article

Stress and Your Heart

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February is the month devoted to heart health.  Heart disease is the leading killer of Americans claiming an estimated 1 million lives every year.  Every 33 seconds someone in the United States dies from cardiovascular disease and this year more than 920,000 Americans will have a heart attack, half of which will occur without prior symptoms or warning signs.*  Surprisingly, one of the most prevalent contributing factors to heart disease is stress!Read Full Article

Stress and Your Heart

Stress is normal. We all experience it at some point and it can even be a positive thing, keeping you motivated and alert.  It’s when stress isn’t managed and becomes excessive that your health, especially your heart health, begins to suffer.Read Full Article

A Healthy Heart with Chiropractic

Did you know… heart disease is the cause of 1 in 3 women’s deaths every year, killing one woman every minute! So how do you prevent heart disease?  The typical answer includes: don’t smoke, manage your blood pressure and blood sugar, lower your cholesterol, stay active, eat a healthy diet and keep your weight under control. … Read Full Article