When it comes down to it, some of us have more energy than others throughout the day and much of it has to do with the choices we make throughout the day for our health and wellness. When we're eating good foods, getting the right amount of sleep, as well as staying active and hydrating, this sets the tables for an energy-infused day consistently.
Below, Espinosa Family Chiropractic goes over a few ways to stay energized throughout the day.
1.) Power Nap
Power naps are a great way to replenish yourself in the middle of the day. Try to time your naps for 15-45 minutes, because you don't want to over nap, which might increase drowsiness.
2.) Smoothie Power
Drink a veggie smoothie with kale, garlic, chlorophyll, and add some protein powder that works for you. You'll feel amazing!
3.) Exercise Regularly
Exercising regularly will help energize you throughout the day and reduce daily anxiety, helping promote a healthy night of sleep.
Contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic to learn more about how chiropractic treatments can help optimize your mind and body. We treat the whole person instead of just the symptoms!
In this day and age, more and more people are looking for homeopathic, all-natural solutions to diversify their health and wellness repertoire. Chiropractic treatment used to have a negative stigma attached to it. Many folks expect chiropractic treatment to be a finite experience, like, say, a few treatments and then you're cleared to get back in the game.
However, it's important to look at the big picture. Every day we sit in cars and in offices, then many of us go exercise and carry sizeable loads in our personal and professional lives. That means that your body is constantly going through the wringer. Chiropractic treatment can address specified problems like spine pain, headaches, even insomnia and gastrointestinal issues. However, chiropractic also works to decompress our bodies, working to improve our flexibility and range of motion at the same time. To get an adjustment is to recalibrate the body and mind.
Couldn't you use that every once in a while? We think so, too.
That's why Espinosa Family Chiropractic is here year-round to provide our all-natural, drug-free treatments that are aimed at treating the whole patient. Contact us today to learn about how chiropractic care can fit into your self-care routine.
Some of us like to choose gift ideas that are out of the ordinary or that serve a larger purpose, such as giving the giftee something that they will value and use. Below, Espinosa Family Chiropractic goes over some holiday gift ideas that will promote health and wellness, which remain excellent gift options in lieu of smart devices and gift cards.
Give the gift of a gym membership or a yoga class membership. Whether you opt for one month or an entire year is up to you. A gym membership is a gift idea that could spark serious change in whoever you give it to.
Chiropractic treatment is an excellent gift idea -- our adjustments and treatments and Espinosa Family Chiropractic provide drug-free pain relief, improve circulation and cognitive function, not to mention promote a healthy GI system and immune system among many other health and wellness benefits.
A muscle roller is a great gift idea that will help whoever you give it to relieve muscle tension after a tough workout. It's a great compliment to chiropractic treatment!
Contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic if you'd like to learn more about our treatments and services. Have a safe and happy holiday season!
Espinosa Family Chiropractic treats many patients who begin their years looking to achieve new goals, and a part of achieving our goals is building healthy habits that help us achieve them.
Below, we go over a few healthy habits to build this year that will have you being more productive, not to mention feeling healthy each day to attack whatever obstacles come your way this year.
1.) Take Care of Yourself
Practicing self-care is important, but we're not talking Netflix here, people. Take a hike or take a yoga class after a tough work week or fitness routine. Get a massage and pursue chiropractic treatment when you're feeling out of whack. Making these types of healthy decisions will go a long way.
2.) Help Others
Helping others is something that many people forget to put on their agenda. Having more of a service style attitude will make you an asset to others. Help others by giving the gift of chiropractic treatment for birthdays, for instance (wink, wink).
3.) Take On Challenges
Choose more challenging goals this year and always take the more difficult route to achieve your end goal. At the very least, never take short cuts.
Contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic today to learn about how our treatments can help you have an amazing 2020.
Making goals or resolutions at the beginning of the new year is something many of us take part in. However, whether we plan on following through with those objectives we set out for ourselves in January is an entirely different story. One way to set yourself up to better achieve your goals is to set goals effectively and realistically. Below, Espinosa Family Chiropractic goes over a few ways to make better New Year's resolutions.
Instead of telling yourself vaguely to "get in shape," set a specific goal for yourself, such as running a marathon, which will inherently force you to get into shape in preparation for the event. You'll train leading up to the event then feel an amazing sense of accomplishment after you finish what you set out to do.
Don't simply focus on fitness goals, create goals that touch every facet of yourself. Have and keep better relationships, eat better food, practice a martial art, or take up crocheting. Try to have your goals assist you in becoming a better and more interesting person!
Tell Someone Else About Your Goals
It might seem tempting to keep your goals that you set to yourself, and it's a good way to cop out of things if you get too uncomfortable. The stronger move is to tell someone else about your intentions for the year, that way you're held accountable.
Espinosa Family Chiropractic provides treatments that help you get the best out of you. Contact us today to learn more about who we are and what we do.