Staying Healthy on the Course

Every year, the spectacle that is The Master’s golf tournament gets me in the mood for golf. That also means that after the first few rounds, there will be a lot of soreness to look forward to! It’s amazing how much a golf swing requires of your body, and you use a lot of muscles you don’t normally use in other activities.

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Breast Milk- Thank Your Mom for Natural Immunity!

The wisdom of the body is the most marvelous thing in this world. Results from studies like these are amazing reminders that we were created to function optimally, heal fully, and live abundantly- not encumbered by the fear of disease, but empowered by the self-healing, and in this case, self-sustaining power of not only our bodies, but of those intricately linked to us.

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The Nervous System- Unlike Cable TV, We Can’t Cut This Cord

As we rely more and more heavily on wi-fi capability for work and entertainment, our nervous systems will always utilize “wired” technology with our brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves that carry messages to and from the brain intricately connected. Usually wired connections are faster than wireless ones, which is nice for our reflexes, especially when 10 deer decide to run in front and behind your car all at once! (Happened to me a few weeks ago, in broad daylight none-the-less)

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Dr. Kasi’s 3 Tips to a Healthy Nervous System

One of the most common questions I get as a Neurologically-based Chiropractor is- “What are your tips for a healthy nervous system?” I get asked about diet tips, supplementation, and other ways to help with nervous system health. While I’m biased towards Neurologically-based Chiropractic care being a great option, the following is a great start to help your nervous system function at its best:

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A cracked windshield and your health... more connected than you would think!

Let’s continue with our automobile theme that we started with last week. Sadly, this example came to mind at my own expense- I was driving on the interstate behind a truck and a rock flew up and nailed my windshield. While it didn’t do huge damage, there was a tiny ‘burst’ in the glass. I immediately stopped at an auto parts store to pick up some resin to repair the issue in hopes that the crack wouldn’t worsen over time.

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What if we maintained our health like we maintain our cars?

As I am sitting here writing this, I am watching as several folks come into a local car dealership, dropping off their vehicles for regular maintenance and tune-ups. Seeing this, it reminded me how much effort people put into maintaining things other than their health.

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