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It is that time of the year when the days are cold, and the sun sets before most of us even get out of work for the day. Often during the fall and winter seasons, people may experience sadness, tiredness, and change of appetite. Or, they may just feel “down” and don’t know what’s causing it.
Can you believe that 2019 is quickly coming to an end and a new decade is right around the corner? Now that Christmas is over, everyone is focusing on the new year and their New Year’s resolutions. I have compiled some tips on how to start the new year right, and truly become the best you that you can be!
Temperatures are dropping and we have already seen some winter weather flurries here in Northwest Arkansas. When the real winter weather does finally come, you want to make sure you are fully prepared! To help make sure you stay safe this season, we have compiled some tips for how to avoid slips and falls, and what to do if you do get injured. Keep updated on the weather If you are in an area expected to get snow or icy weather, ensure you are getting updates on when and where it might get bad. This can help you avoid those roads or places and will help prevent injury. Watch your step Be hyper-aware of where you are stepping if you do happen to be out in icy weather. Try your best to avoid stairs and curbs, and make sure you look before you step up or down. Walk cautiously no matter where you are just in case there is a slick spot you cannot see! If it is icy, look for a spot with some grip so you are not planting your foot on a completely iced over area. Wear appropriate shoes Wear shoes that have good traction and can catch you if you start to slip. Winter snow boots or tennis shoes with a good grip on the bottom can make all the difference in winter weather. If you fall If you do slip and fall, call me immediately. Do not wait to come in because you think it will get better, as the injury can worsen the longer you wait. Injuries to the spine are significant, even if it just a small one! Keep adjusted Keep in mind that getting adjusted regularly can help your spine and the rest of your body be in a better condition to handle a fall. If you have experienced an injury, or just want to keep your body healthy this winter season, reach out to me today and let me help you!
Christmas is only three weeks away, meaning you are more than likely decorating, wrapping presents, and preparing for all the fun the holidays bring! These times spent with family and friends are exciting, but it is important to practice safety while doing them.
Winter weather is upon us here in Northwest Arkansas, which means that the holidays are just around the corner! Everyone is getting ready for Thanksgiving and Black Friday next week, and even beginning to plan for Christmas. It truly is the best time of the year!
Have you ever felt that persistent feeling shooting pain or numbness from your lower back down through one of your legs? I’ve seen patients where this kind of pain was nearly debilitating. At best, for some patients, it’s a huge nuisance.
Fall is upon us here in Northwest Arkansas, which means the weather is quickly changing. Everyone is fighting allergies, worrying about getting the flu shot, and beginning to prepare for the holidays. All these factors can add stress to any person, and this stress can often lead to headaches or migraines.
It is an exciting time for parents and kids alike as summer is winding down and Northwest Arkansas kids head back to school. Every day, kids of all ages are filling their backpacks with heavy books and supplies. Over time, this can lead to serious back pain and spine issues. It is important to learn how to properly fit your child’s backpack now, and teach them proper posture, or they may suffer in the future.
Bringing a new life into this world is a beautiful thing but it can come with potential aches and pains. Fortunately, many natural remedies exist for common concerns that can come up during pregnancy. What’s even better, many of those conditions can also be helped with one thing: consistent and gentle chiropractic care.