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Enjoy Our June Newsletter!

Dear Patient and Friend,

Children are not just mini-adults – they have their own requirements to meet, to become healthy grownups. For example, while most adults need seven or eight hours of sleep to keep their brains healthy, kids may need nine or ten hours. In addition, kids need more protein in their diets as they grow, while most adults need less protein than they typically eat.

Kids also need their own type of chiropractic care. For example, some children may have symptoms like neck and back pain, often from staring downward constantly at their phones or devices. They would, of course, need a chiropractic opinion on the best course of action.

But any child can benefit from a checkup. To have a healthy brain, it’s essential to have a healthy spine since spinal movement feeds and stimulates the brain. An unhealthy spine in a kid may or may not hurt, but every one of them needs an exam to ensure nothing is interfering with their optimal brain function.

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Great Health From The Start

Back Pain Sunnyvale CA Pediatric Chiropractic Care

Nothing can be more contagious than to receive a huge smile from a child. The hope of their bright future emanates in their laughter, and we can think of nothing more beautiful or valuable. As we love them all from the very start, we want to ensure they are well loved, well cared for, well ...


The Importance of Posture and Chiropractic

Posture Sunnyvale CA Back Pain

“As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.” Have you ever wondered how life imitates nature? As I sit in my office and think ahead to the spring season, I look at one of my favorite quotes by Alexander Pope placed on a beautiful picture of a Bonsai tree. From there I sit and visualize its ...


Our January Breakthrough Newsletter

Dear Patient and Friend,

This time of year, most of us are thinking about personal growth and the New Year’s goals, objectives, and intentions – it’s our nature to think about what we can do to improve our lives.

For some of us, it’s knocking off a few pounds. For others, it’s finally quitting smoking. Still, others choose to exercise to get into better physical condition or pick up yoga, Pilates, or martial arts. Some develop a meditation practice, decide to spend more time communing with nature or just sit quietly to relax.

Have you noticed how many of our New Year’s resolutions revolve around our health? Learning to manage our health and wellness habits can be a heavy lift, but it’s worth it, and what better time to make some decisions than at the start of a new year?

And don’t forget to include your doctor of chiropractic, your most trusted health and wellness advisor – she can help you make better lifestyle decisions, to enhance the quality of your life. Visit Dr. Wendy Lanser, DC, and ask how often you need to stop in to stay at your best.

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Our July Breakthrough Newsletter

Dear Patient and Friend,

When you are thirsty, your brain and body are calling for more water – but too often, we drink beverages that may seem to quench our thirst temporarily but actually are potentially harmful. So let’s look at what happens in your brain when you drink soda pop.

Besides promoting tooth decay and obesity, drinking too much sugary soda decreases your thinking and memory functions. So some people opt for diet soda, thinking it less unhealthy.

But in fact, a 2017 study showed that drinking diet soda increased the risk of stroke and dementia. Regular diet soda abusers tripled their probability of Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. And those who drank regular sugary soda increased the risk of stroke by 21%, according to a 2020 study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

Drinking soda also tends to interrupt normal sleep patterns due to the caffeine and sugar content. It has also been shown to create memory problems, which linger from adolescent soda abuse and last into adulthood.

Nutritionists link soda to caffeine dependence, in which a person exhibits symptoms of being sluggish, irritable, or lacking focus and concentration. Ongoing caffeine consumption from soda can lead to chemical changes in the brain that make you and your brain crave more. This means that you may feel like you need more soda to feel the stimulating effects of caffeine.

While occasional soda drinking is usually okay, drinking it every day leads to health issues, so be sensible, and you’ll be taking better care of your brain.

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