Mobility is a vital part of a healthy body. To maintain your mobility, you need a certain level of flexibility – which means you may need to do some stretches from time to time if you want to stay limber and mobile. An added benefit of certain stretches is that they can alleviate some of the pain and discomfort you may feel due to joint or spinal issues, including back and neck pain.
Recent studies have shown that sitting all day is terrible for your health. But you may have a job that requires you to be at a desk for most if not all of the day. Fortunately, there is an answer to this problem – the standing desk. You can stand and work instead of sitting. While it may sound like a lot of effort at first, you will find that standing desks offer numerous benefits that are well worth it.
If you have never heard of a low carb diet, you are highly unusual. Diets that lower the amount of carbohydrates that you eat are common and plenty of people have had success on them. Part of your chiropractor’s job is to help you achieve a healthy weight so that you can avoid unnecessary degradation to your spine and other joints – and there is a good chance your chiropractor can advise you on how to try out low carbohydrate living for your health.
If you have ever been to the doctor for cold or flu-like symptoms, you will have had someone feel the lymph nodes along your jaw near your neckline. The doctor is checking to see if those lymph nodes are swollen, which indicates that your immune system is working overtime. What you may not be aware of is that you have numerous lymph nodes throughout your body, part of what is known as the lymphatic system. This system is a major part of your immune system and needs to be kept in good working order to keep you healthy.