How have you been sleeping lately? Consider this: the quality of your sleep has a major impact on the quality of your life.
There is something that can help you live longer and better. It has mind and body benefits. Even the side effects are beneficial. Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep? You will sleep longer and better. Worried about your heart? You can reduce the risk of heart disease. Is your brain is getting foggy?
Fatigue is extremely common today, especially among women. It is often assumed that the tired patient is depressed because blood tests are in the normal range. Despite normal tests, they still experience anxiety, fatigue, and even insomnia. But with exercise, reducing caffeine, increasing caffeine, vitamins, new beds and pillows, vacations, counseling and more — and
It’s been a day. You’ve just had it with work. The commute. The noisy neighbors. Politics. Everything. You feel really stressed out. What can you do? Here are a few simple, surprising stress busters that can give you almost immediate relief. 1. Go outside for a short break. Take a walk. Breathe deeply. Being outside
Do you find yourself constantly feeling fatigued, distracted, suffering from headaches, unmotivated, anxious, moody or just plain out of sorts? You might be suffering from “brain fog.” Brain fog can be caused by nutrient deficiencies, sugar overload, a lack of sleep and too much stress, all of which deplete energy levels. The brain relies on
The month of May is often renowned for the appearance of beautiful spring flowers. But at Thorburn Chiropractic & Wellness, May is noted for a special discount to begin a healing regime with the newest member of our wellness team, acupuncturist Dr. Yu-Hua Hsieh (pronounced “Shay”). Dr. Hsieh is an Acupuncturist and Herbalist. Through traditional
Sleep, ah, wonderful sleep! Sleep is the time when your body “reboots. Healing occurs during sleep and is vital to your survival. If you are not sleeping enough which includes enough hours as well as enough high-quality sleep, your health will suffer. The phrase “you can sleep when you die” is asking you to die
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has declared magnesium to be a shortfall nutrient, meaning there is a high prevalence of inadequate dietary intake of magnesium. This is likely a result of poor eating habits that have evolved over the decades, commonly known as the Standard American Diet (SAD). Magnesium – do I get enough?
Is tossing and turning your regular nightly regime? Are you consistently going to bed later than you would like to because you just can’t seem to relax? Do you wake up tired? Is it your dream to get better sleep? Well, here’s a secret. Some houseplants not only remove toxins in our environment but they