The Healthy Living Blog

Silver Linings: Tips for Healthy Aging

In what is being called the “Silver Tsunami,” the number of older Americans is expected to rise rapidly in the coming years. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2018 there were 52 million people aged 65 and older in the United States. That figure is expected to reach over 70 million around the year […]

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Chronic Pain and Depression

Pain serves an important function in our lives. When you suffer an acute injury, pain warns you to stop the activity that is causing the injury and tells you to take care of the affected body part. Chronic pain, on the other hand, persists for weeks, months, or even years. Some people, often older adults, […]

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Physical Activity Offers Benefits to Our Mental Health

By Fay Smith This National Chiropractic Health Month, American Chiropractic Association (ACA) members and chiropractors nationwide are encouraging people to “Keep Moving!” by striving to add more movement to their daily lives. Regular movement has more than just physical benefits, though. Learn how physical activity can also benefit your mental health. There is a growing […]

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Your Muscle and Joint Pain Might Be Caused By Stress

This National Chiropractic Health Month, American Chiropractic Association (ACA) members and chiropractors nationwide are encouraging people to “Keep Moving!” by striving to add more movement to their daily lives. Robert Hayden, DC, PhD, shares tips on how you can #KeepMoving to reduce stress-related pain. The disruptive events of the past year have taken a toll […]

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Sitting on the Job? Mindfulness, Variety Can Help You Keep Moving

By Scott Bautch, DC As the world moves toward more sedentary lifestyles that have many working people parked in front of a computer for six to eight (or more) hours a day, it’s important to be mindful of the risks of sitting too much. Movement is essential to physical and mental health, and it’s important […]

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