What is Required for Avoiding Stiffness with Age? Is your body getting stiff as you get older? Over decades, the gravitational effects of standing, walking and running causes fluids to pool in our legs, hips and low back. Sometimes our pumps, our muscles, are not being used consistently enough to keep our fluids moving. Over […]
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The Biomechanics of the Neck The neck is the most vulnerable structure in our bodies. It is composed of only small moving parts supported by a myriad of very small muscles fastening one vertebra to another and the segments of the column to the head and ribcage. The head itself weighs a good 14 pounds in […]
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Have you ever had a muscle spasm that came out of nowhere? Do you have any chronic pain patterns that show up worse when you are under a lot of stress? Most of us understand that stress causes dis-ease, but not many people understand how or why. Muscular coordination depends on easy communication between the […]
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Hidden Hyperventilation is a state of metabolic imbalance that produces a felt sense of worry or anxiety. Test yourself by following these simple steps: Sit quietly and observe your breathing. How fast is it? Is it shallow or deep? Now see if you can slow it down to a count of 3 on the in-breath […]
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Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to our attitude and energy level. Yet sleep in our older years tends to become elusive as our stress hormones are no longer mediated by the abundance of estrogen we had in younger years. When hormone levels fall, muscles harden, exacerbating migraines and tension. Here are some […]
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Breathing with the diaphragm is crucial to healing from structural injuries, whether they are generated from injury or shock. Find out how to do simple diaphragm exercises to facilitate healing and structural integration. Did you know that improving diaphragm function can reduce healing time and even improve skin tone? Click Here to read more about […]
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