Health Concerns

What Causes High Cholesterol? How to Reduce Cholesterol Without Medication

February is heart health month, so all month we’re sharing great information on what you can do to be more proactive when it comes to your heart health. If you are having any issues with your heart, whether that’s high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart arhythmia, you’ve had past heart attacks, whatever that may be, […]

Reduce Your Blood Pressure Naturally

Blood pressure measures the force of blood pushing against the vessel walls. High blood pressure, or hypertension, means that your heart must work harder to pump that blood through your body. High blood pressure affects 25% of the world’s population and can lead to conditions like hardening of arteries (atherosclerosis), stroke, kidney disease, and heart […]

3 Ways to Boost Heart Health Naturally

Heart disease contributes globally to over 17 million dealth yearly. That’s over one-third of all deaths for people over 35. Heart disease begins with atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Blood doesn’t flow optimally through stiff arteries, so your heart must work harder. Multiple factors contribute to heart disease, including: high levels of cholesterol, inflammation, […]

How Technology Usage Is Causing Tech Neck

You’ve probably heard a term now that is becoming more and more common called tech neck. Some people understand what that is. Most people don’t. Because of technology now, so many people are having issues with a loss of curve in their neck because of the posture that’s associated with using technology. This technology could […]

Are You Building Health or Disease?

Road 1: Building Disease in the Medical Model The Facts: Americans take 80% of the world’s supply of painkillers. Nearly half of all Americans die of heart disease and cancer. More than 5 million in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s—a number that has doubled in the last two decades. Antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed drugs […]

7 Strategies to Get and Stay Healthy During Cold Weather

People oftentimes incur more illnesses during the winter months. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu, common colds, respiratory illnesses, and viruses occur most often during the winter. You can’t completely eliminate your risk for illness, but you can incorporate these 7 strategies to minimize your chances of calling in […]

Are Flu Shots Necessary or Overrated?

  We’re getting to that time of year (fall) where people are thinking of cold and flu season. If you go outside at all, you’ll probably see those signs. Get your flu shot here! I’m sure you see it on tv. You see those scare tactics where they’re talking about people who die from the […]

How Important is it to Control Blood Sugar?

A patient recently asked What are the most important things you do every day to positively impact your health? It’s an excellent question, and my response may surprise you. As a constant self-experimenter, I’ve been known to use some unconventional methods in seeking my best possible health. I call these “counterintuitive strategies” because they take […]

How Balanced Hormones Speed Weight Loss In Men

June is Men’s Health Month and here at New Life Chiropractic we are dedicated to informing and inspiring men to live a happy and healthy life. Hormones and Weight Loss in Men A new study finds that as men age they are likely to experience hormone related conditions similar to females going through menopause. The […]

How to Know if Your Body is Getting Better and Healing

  How do you know when you are getting better? It’s so hard for most people to understand that healing takes time. Healing is not just about how you’re feeling. It’s about how effectively your body is healing.

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