The new year offers a blank slate to better our lives and try new things to help us achieve our life goals. Health goals can be achieved through chiropractic treatment and nutritional coaching. Improving one’s health is one of the quickest ways to boost the body and mind’s quality of life.
Individuals set health goals only to forget them after a few weeks or months. When setting goals that don’t stick, the biggest issue is focusing on the wrong process to achieve these goals. Individuals tend to aim for goals that are doable but too advanced to jump right into. Much like someone that has never worked on home renovation but decides they can knock out a kitchen or bathroom remodel in two weeks. This is where training comes in to learn how to achieve these goals correctly and in a healthy fashion. Common goals include:
If health goals have been a struggle to maintain, then it is time to get expert professional help. Chiropractic and health coaching could be practical options. Chiropractic addresses whole-body health with sustainable changes/adjustments to achieve optimal health. Chiropractic is a specialized branch of medicine dedicated to addressing body dysfunction through non-invasive spinal realignment.
A misaligned spine leads to poor nerve and blood circulation, affecting the body’s functional health at every level. Treatment with a chiropractic provider can help achieve health goals from the ground up. Once spinal alignment has been achieved and the body is ready. Guidance and recommendations for lifestyle changes, like exercise and stress management, can be addressed to reach full health potential.
There is no better time than now to start working toward health goals that can be controlled. We can control how we perceive our lives and treat our bodies and minds. A chiropractor and health coach will help set small attainable goals that can be kept; contact Injury Medical and Chiropractic Clinic today.
It is easy to think of your body as healthy and invincible. This is true when young, but age will catch up. The muscles will plateau in strength in an individual’s 30s, leading to less physical activity. Knowing the body’s fat percentage and keeping track is a great way to determine if body composition is declining. If weight has not changed over a couple of years, but body fat percentage seems to have increased, this red flag could indicate age-related muscle loss.
Maiers, Michele, et al. “Chiropractic in Global Health and wellbeing: a white paper describing the public health agenda of the World Federation of Chiropractic.” Chiropractic & manual therapies vol. 26 26. 17 Jul. 2018, doi:10.1186/s12998-018-0194-y
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