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March’s Spinal Column

Dear Patient and Friend,

Unless you live in an area that is warm in January and February, you’re probably looking forward to getting outside for a breath of fresh spring air. The change of seasons is a time for exhilaration, but it also causes stress for some people.

Spring cleaning, gardening, outdoor sports, getting kids to and from their school, and social engagements – there’s a lot going on, and it can be hard to keep up.

That’s why it’s so important to take extra good care of yourself so the stresses of the season don’t knock you off course. Get enough sleep—seven or eight hours for most people. Drink enough water—at least six or eight glasses a day, if not more. Avoid processed foods and salty and sweet snacks and instead choose fresh, wholesome, healthy foods and treats.

Everything you do to make yourself healthier is an investment you make in yourself. One of the best investments you can make is to get yourself and your loved ones a check-up by your family chiropractor, Dr. Wendy Lanser, DC.

Chiropractors are trained to advise you on improving your quality of life. Through good lifestyle decisions on diet, exercise, stress relaxation, and healthy brain and heart care, you can reach your health potential and reduce the probability of many diseases. Spring cleaning isn’t only for your house and flower beds but also for your body. Pay attention, get some advice, and make sure you make good choices about your springtime wellness habits. That’s how you March Toward Health!

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January’s Spinal Column

Dear Patient and Friend,

The New Year is a natural starting point and an invitation to take stock of your current circumstances and see where you can improve your life. All over the world, people are welcoming the opportunity to shift gears and choose some bad habits to break or new ones to establish.

Usually, people set New Year’s Resolutions to change something – lose weight, quit smoking, skip dessert, or whatever. Often, these decisions revolve around health – and rightly so, since this is one of the best places for us to invest in ourselves.

For example, you can improve your fitness without spending a penny by stretching, doing breathing exercises, or meditating. You could practice yoga or jump rope, or if weather permits, take a walk after dinner, shoot baskets, or kick a soccer ball around.

The point is that it doesn’t take much money to get into better shape, and it also saves you unnecessary doctor bills because when you take better care of yourself, you get sick less. If you want to be as proactive as possible with your health, visit your family chiropractor. She can help you pick this year’s best habits for you that will give you the best results. It’s one of the smart things you can do to reduce your stress. Chiropractic—it’s the natural way to wellness!

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