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Dr. Justin Zellweger

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Stress, The Immune System, and How Chiropractic Care Can Help

Wellness experts of all kinds have acknowledged the connection between mind and body. 


Collaborative research conducted by scientists confirms that your state of mind is indeed linked to health conditions that range from stomachaches to heart disease.


A prime example of the impact your mind and emotions have on your health is the link between stress and the immune system. 


Chronic stress stemming from the pressures of relationship strife to challenges at work can cause serious long-term health problems.


And now we have more reason to be stressed than ever before in our lifetimes.


COVID-19 has completely changed the world we live in, and it can be challenging to adjust to such a drastic change quickly.


Many people are unaware that chiropractic care can be used as a stress reliever. 


If you haven't heard of chiropractic care being used as a stress reliever, you may be curious as to whether it really helps.


How exactly how can getting your back adjusted reduce stress levels? 


We're all stressed from time to time, so if chiropractic care can be used to help with stress, everyone should know about it.


Luckily, the popularity of chiropractic care for stress is growing, so more people are reaping the benefits. 



In the article below, we will talk about the impact stress has on the immune system, and how chiropractic care can help relieve you of your stress.


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How To Stay Active While You're Stuck at Home

COVID-19 guidelines recommend that we "socially distance" with measures like working from home. 


Doing this hopefully means the spread of the virus will be slow and steady, rather than all at once, easing the pressure on the hospitals.


The prospect of staying at home for a long time can seem overwhelming and a little scary, especially if you're someone who enjoys keeping fit and active and hitting that daily step count.


Rather than letting the isolation scare you, we should instead try and embrace it.


View it as an opportunity to get your sweat on with new, at-home workouts you've never tried before, incorporate more simple healthy habits into your daily routine, and mix things up a little. 


Remember, self-isolating doesn't mean sitting down doing nothing for several weeks.


It's actually quite far from it with these easy-to-follow and tangible tips. 


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