health and wellness

Dehydration: Is It The Cause Of Your Back Pain?

We know you’ve heard it time and time again — drink more water! Water is crucial to our survival, especially during the summertime. We might spend more time in the water, but many of us forget to drink enough of it. And what does water have to do with your spine?

Tips for a Healthy Halloween

Halloween is finally here, which means we’ll be carving pumpkins, watching scary movies, and trick-or-treating! Lots of people love the chilly nights and spooky atmosphere, along with delicious treats. What we don’t necessarily love is the way those treats make us feel or the negative health impacts they have. Weight gain is incredibly common at this time of year, and also incredibly frustrating. Take a look at our tips on how to enjoy a healthy Halloween this year.

Stretch & Strengthen!

An excellent way to be proactive in terms of maintaining balance in your body is by stretching and strengthening. If you are to maintain a strong and limber back, there are several exercises you can to do for your legs, core, and back. Focusing on stretching and strengthening those muscles will improve your spine’s support system. A strong spine reduces the risk of back pain and the complications that come along with it. Keep reading for our suggestions!

Stay Away From Sugar!

From the very moment you first tasted sugar, feel good endorphins flooded your brain and boosted your mood. As time goes on, it takes more sugar to replicate that feeling and without even knowing it, many of us are consuming the equivalent of 53 heaping teaspoons of white sugar every day! We want to help you live a happy and healthy life, and one way to do that is to reduce your sugar intake. Here are our tips.

Stand Too Much? Here Are Our Tips!

There's plenty of information out there about how detrimental over-sitting can be to your health. But what if you have to deal with the opposite problem, and are required to spend the majority of your time standing? We're sharing our tips so you can stand with proper posture.