Whiplash injuries from a motor vehicle accident can often leave you with headaches. Here’s some tips on how to alleviate that pain.
Category: Exercise Tips
Here Are 8 Benefits of Stretching
Stretching on a regular basis can bring you several health benefits – physical and mental.
Your New Exercise Plan = New Pains. Here’s How KCEC Can Help!
A new year brings resolutions, often involving more exercise. That’s admirable, but if you haven’t worked out in a while or you’re fairly new, you’ll be dealing with soreness and stiffness.
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Your Body’s Silent Cry for Water
“No, thanks. I’m not thirsty.”
Drink water anyway, before you’re thirsty. Plenty of it. Water is very important for your health.
5 Exercises to Lose Weight
Losing weight is high on many people’s plan to improve their health. But shedding pounds and keeping them off isn’t easy. Or quick.
Can proper breathing help affect your posture?
“Sit up straight! Don’t hunch! Good posture is important!”
There’s a strong chance you heard things like this growing up, and have even said something similar to your own children.
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14 Foods That Will Boost Your Energy
It’s a great feeling to go through your day with steady energy.
But that doesn’t happen by chance. To optimize your daily energy level, let’s examine some foods you should add to your daily mix.
Invest In Your Health with a Standing Desk
If you’re sitting while reading this, think about the way your body feels right now. Are your shoulders hunched forward? Do your eyes feel strained? Are you beginning to suffer from tech neck?
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Top 10 Reasons People Love Chiropractic Care
What makes chiropractic care so great? If you know, you know. If you don’t know, keep on reading!
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The Problem with “Quick Fix” Diets
You’re at your annual physical and your nurse leads you to that dreaded scale. After removing your shoes and all the contents from your pockets, you step on and the number comes up. After a year of quarantine and a year of trying to feel like you’re back to normal living, the number is a bit higher than you’d prefer to see.