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7 Foods to Avoid If You Suffer From Chronic Pain -

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Millions of Americans suffer from some form of chronic pain. Whether it is the result of an injury or accident, or caused by a medical condition like arthritis or fibromyalgia, chronic pain can be incredibly debilitating, leaving many people unable to perform even the simplest of tasks.

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it.

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it.

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it. 

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6 Tips To Prevent Back Pain While Running This Spring

6 Tips To Prevent Back Pain While Running This Spring | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Spring is almost here, and as the sun begins to make its triumphant return, many people are dusting off their running shoes and hitting the pavement. Running is a great way to stay healthy and fit, but it can also do serious damage to your lower back if you don’t take the necessary precautions before, during, and after each run. Don’t let a sore back keep you from staying active this spring and follow these 6 tips for pain-free running all season long.

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Don’t Let Low Back Pain Keep You Off the Course

Don’t Let Low Back Pain Keep You Off the Course | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Golf may not be the most physically demanding sport, but it still places a great deal of stress on the lower back. Overtime, this repetitive stress can lead to acute injuries and chronic pain, leaving people unable to continue playing the game they love. Although most of these acute injuries will naturally heal themselves over a few days or weeks, some people find their symptoms never subside, and professional attention may be necessary. Following is a description of how golf injuries in the lower back arise, along with what you can do to treat the symptoms and get back to playing pain-free. - See more at: http://windmillhealthcenter.com/dont-let-low-back-pain-keep-course/#sthash.z1rbckwV.dpuf

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Simple Laptop Adjustments to Save You from Chronic Pain

Simple Laptop Adjustments to Save You from Chronic Pain | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Laptops are wonderful pieces of technology: they allow us to work from virtually anywhere, without compromising computing power or quality of work. But unfortunately, this freedom can also lead to the development of chronic pain, especially in the neck, back, shoulders, and wrists.

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Chronic Back Pain and Depression: A Vicious Cycle ?

Chronic Back Pain and Depression: A Vicious Cycle ? | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Depression is the most common emotion associated with chronic back pain. In fact, nearly half of all people who suffer from chronic back pain also report symptoms of depression, and some studies suggest that this number is as high as 85%. With nearly 31 million Americans suffering from low back pain at any given time, it’s no wonder why depression has become such a serious and perpetuating problem.

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How Chiropractic Care Reduces Mood Swings and Improves Health

How Chiropractic Care Reduces Mood Swings and Improves Health | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it
For people who suffer from severe mood swings, pharmaceutical drugs have long been the pri-mary recommended solution. However, besides the fact that medica ...
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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it.

 

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it.

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout?

Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Thanks giving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many, the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take a look at the main causes of seasonal stress and the way people can cope with it.

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Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? -

Seasonal Stress: Are You Heading for a Holiday Burnout? - | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, or Easter may give us enough reasons to be jolly, but apparently most people don’t spend a lot of time enjoying themselves. In fact, the holidays are, for many,the busiest and most stressful period of the year, leading to poor dietary choices, sleep deprivation, and binge eating or drinking. Here, we take …
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The 5 Most Common Causes of Upper Back Pain

The 5 Most Common Causes of Upper Back Pain | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it
Upper back pain is far less common compared to lower back pain because the upper thoracic spine does not move as much as the lower half. This prevents it f ...
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5 Ways to Take the Pain Out of Long Summer Road Trips

5 Ways to Take the Pain Out of Long Summer Road Trips | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Who’s ready for a road trip? Depending on the condition of your back, those six words can invoke either extreme excitement or impending doom. Summer road trips are a great way to unwind and enjoy the great outdoors, but sitting motionless in a car for extended periods of time can wreak havoc on your back, especially if you suffer from preexisting symptoms. Don’t let back pain keep you from enjoying this summer staple and follow these 5 tips for a pain-free road trip.

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Had a Fender Bender? You May Have Undiagnosed Injuries

Had a Fender Bender? You May Have Undiagnosed Injuries | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

Automobile accidents account for nearly 85% of all reported neck injuries, with 85% of them being caused by rear-end impacts. When resulting from a severe wreck, it is easy to diagnose problems in the neck, since the symptoms are immediately present, but it turns out that even minor traffic collisions can cause injuries and chronic pain. Worse yet, they are usually left undiagnosed and untreated over a long period of time.

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Treating Spondylolisthesis, Most Common Cause of Back Pain in Athletes

Treating Spondylolisthesis, Most Common Cause of Back Pain in Athletes | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it

No, it’s not just a tongue twister: spondylolisthesis is a serious spinal condition that is often the result of a forceful blow to the back. A common occurrence in young athletes who participate in high-impact sports, this injury can cause severe and chronic pain in the lower back and can even lead to severe spinal damage or partial paralysis, if further aggravation is inflicted without treatment.

 

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What Your Gait Can Tell You About Your Back Health -

What Your Gait Can Tell You About Your Back Health - | Windmill Chiropractic & Health Center | Scoop.it
When you stop to think about it, our feet and ankles are quite amazing. Composed of 26 bones and 33 joints, this intricate system provides balance for our entire body when we walk, run, stand, and jump, all without the need for a second thought. But did you know your feet can also help diagnose …
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