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Our tech savvy lifestyle gives us many advantages, but it can also cause new problems. By constantly bending our necks to read and work on our devices,we are putting a strain on our necks and spine that can cause serious lifelong problems.
If you experience any of these, get out of the heat and cool down, removing unnecessary clothing and applying wet washcloths to forehead and wrists. For heat stroke, call 911 or get to the hospital immediately and do not drink anything.
The pain in your head is throbbing. Light makes it worse, as do loud voices or the sound of the television. You feel nauseous and just want to lay down and rest, but you can’t because the throbbing just won’t subside. You are experiencing a migraine headache.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a common problem for many individuals in winter months when days are shorter, temperatures are colder, and the sun may not break through the clouds for several days at a time. Also known as “winter depression”, symptoms can include depression
While working from home you are probably spending a lot of time on your computer and on your phone. Use these tips to keep your spine aligned and avoid neck and back pain.
When you first feel yourself becoming ill, these tips can help you avoid sickness or at least shorten the duration and severity of your illness. The earlier you begin, the more effective these methods will be!
With summer days come yard work, including mowing and weeding. Here are eight tips to help you get your work done without harming your back.
With the many viruses present in our world today, it makes sense to do all we can to protect ourselves by strengthening our immune system. Dr. Hunter Greenwood, your Naturopathic Doctor in Springfield, MO wants you to know 6 supplements you can take daily to boost your immune system so that it can more effectively resist disease and illness:
Are you suffering from back pain but can’t understand why? Here are 8 things that might be the cause and what you can do to correct it! Sometimes you know immediately what caused your back pain: moving heavy boxes, falling or other accident, digging a hole, bending over in the garden. Other times, you’re perplexed. Here are 8 things that might be creating your pain.
For some of us, by the middle of January we've broken them all and given up! It's not that we still don't want to make those changes; sometimes we just go about them in an "all or nothing fashion" and become easily discouraged.