August is National breastfeeding awareness month and whether you are an expectant mom, a new mom who is breastfeeding, or you are a mom with older children, this article is for you! I will explore different ways you can benefit from chiropractic care and breastfeeding and detail how they go hand in hand. Even if you’re not nursing, make sure to check out the tips below as they can help you raise happy, healthy kids.
Summer is a wonderful time of year. And, summer in Central Minnesota is unrivaled. As fun as summer can be, it is also a time when routines and schedules tend to go out the window as children enjoy a welcome break from school. As you prepare your children to go back to school, it can be helpful to have tips to help guide you in getting your children ready for the fall. If you want your kids to have a healthy return to school, consider following these helpful tips for a strong start to your student’s educational calendar year.
The warmer weather of summer draws millions of Americans out onto the water. Whether you live in the Land of 10,000 Lakes and spend your summer boating, or you vacation closer to the ocean and love to surf or parasail, the joy of a day on the water can quickly turn to pain in the event you suffer a water sport injury. Although activities such as water skiing, wakeboarding, knee boarding, and tubing, just to name a few, seem like fun and leisurely activities, it doesn’t take much for these activities to result in injuries that can plague you for weeks or months to come.
When the sun finally returns and warm temperatures lure Americans outside, many forget the flip side of exposure to the sun. Harmful UV rays can do more than give you a painful sunburn after a day on the lake or lounging at the beach. July is UV safety month in the United States, and this post will offer you a test of your UV IQ. How much do you really know about UV rays, and are you giving enough consideration to sun safety by protecting your body from the harmful side of those warm summer rays?
If you haven’t already heard of the reemergence of foam rolling on the American fitness scene, you’re in luck. Foam rollers are increasing popular with individual of all fitness levels because the practice offers a variety of benefits. Whether you’re lifting weights for purpose of muscle-building and performance competitions or simply looking for a great recovery aid following strenuous fitness classes at the gym, foam rollers are the perfect tool.
I’m honored to announce our Make a Difference Scholarship recipient. Read all about this incredible service-driven, compassionate, difference-maker in the blog below.
As children, we experience dizziness as an act of play. I remember time spent whirling around a miniature carousel at the playground, seeing who could make the most revolutions in a tire swing, and being blindfolded and spun around before swinging at a piñata. It’s true, the act of spinning is a feeling like none other, and the wobbly footsteps that came after a good spin are something most children can remember. I know I can.
You woke up and your stomach feels like it’s in knots, you feel crampy, bloated, and have diarrhea – what’s going on? Was it the pizza and beer from last night or have you been feeling like this more often than usual? Besides a case of food poisoning or heartburn, you might have a condition that is causing stomach aches and pain repeatedly. Your body is telling you something is wrong, now it’s time to listen. Here are the top six reasons why you have a stomach ache.
When it comes to motor vehicles, household structures, and lawn care, men typically lead the charge for routine maintenance. They realize that in these instances, a small amount of consistent effort helps avoid any larger issues from occurring. Sometimes I wonder why those who diligently perform oil changes and system checks on their vehicles don’t provide their bodies with the same level of upkeep. After all, routine maintenance is the key to keeping vehicles, and bodies, running better for longer.
When people are looking for heartburn relief or ways to eliminate indigestion, they often look to a proton pump inhibitor (PPI). These pills help to treat acid reflux symptoms and diseases such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR). Common PPIs include Nexium, Prilosec (Omeprazole), and Protonix (Pantoprazole) which help to eliminate acid production and are more effective than H2 blockers like Zantac (Ranitidine) and Tagamet (Cimetidine). But what effects should you be aware of if you take these pills? Read more to learn more about PPIs, how they relate to dementia, and the natural remedies used to lessen the pain they cause.