Some Patient Experiences was last modified: November 25th, 2019 by kenneth
“hip and back pain, overweight problems, diabeties, lack of energy. 3 visits, very helpful.”
Hip and Back, diabetes, overweight problems, lack of energy S. Young was last modified: March 16th, 2013 by kenneth
“Arthritis, 4 years, yes Advil, couldn’t walk, very good, dont have to use walking cane”
Knee Arthritis W. Harris was last modified: March 16th, 2013 by kenneth
“I had shoulder to back pain for over 10 years. I was in some sort of pain almost day. Sleeplesness getting up 3 – 4 times at night. I sleep through the night now and I hardly have any pain at all now. Such a relief.”
Sleeplessness and Shoulder Pain F. Fiori was last modified: March 16th, 2013 by kenneth
“Fibromyalgia and acid reflux. Tremendous relief from Pain, improved energy, dramatic improvement from acid reflux.”
Fibromyalgia and acid reflux K. Wells was last modified: March 16th, 2013 by kenneth
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Four Reasons Self-Care Should be a Priority in Your Life
Self-care has become a trendy buzzword in the post-Covid era but the benefits to practicing regular self-care are undeniable. But first, let’s talk about what self-care is and what it isn’t. Self-care is taking steps to address your physical and emotional health needs to the best of your ability. Self-care is not being selfish or self-indulgent.
And nobody knows the importance of self-care better than moms. Yet moms are usually the first to put themselves at the bottom of the list in terms of self-care. But we don’t all have to be moms to have an overwhelming to-do list that depletes us mentally and physically. Just like a healthy diet and regular exercise, self-care is the next key to great physical and mental health.
The best part about self-care is that it includes a variety of activities that can range from exercise, yoga, hiking in nature, or bike riding, to quieter outlets like reading, meditation, prayer, or a warm bath. It really is up to you to determine what outlet is best for you. continue reading