There are many things athletes can do to improve their performance. These include eating a healthy diet, staying hydrated, engaging in training exercises specific to their sport and getting adequate rest. But one other option that is getting increasingly more attention lately is the taking of supplements, specifically those containing CBD. CBD is short for cannabidiol and does not contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
Wellness Approach Do your female patients often complain of fatigue, moodiness, insomnia, anxiety and inexplicable weight gain? Do they have physical and emotional symptoms that simply won’t budge? If so, they may be one of the millions of women struggling with a common but burdensome problem: hormone imbalance. Women are rarely told about the broad range of effects their hormones can have on their bodies, minds and spirits, even though the vast majority of women experience hormonal imbalances at some point in their lives.
Research Results Integrative, functional and holistic healing practitioners such as chiropractors often admit they were unaware of just how powerful the endocannabinoid system (ECS) is in optimizing the health of so many organ systems and addressing conditions until they begin using cannabidiol-rich agricultural hemp extract.
If you are like 105 million other Americans, you know many of the benefits (as well as some of the frustration) that come from owning a dog. Exercise from taking them for walks, companionship when you are lonely, or just the joy of watching their silly antics are just a few of the attributes that earn dogs the title of best friend. But there has been some interesting research recently that shows dogs may actually do more than just provide you with a reason to exercise, get up in the morning, or laugh.
Every October, chiropractors around the country celebrate National Chiropractic Health Month. Also every October, this month dedicated to the benefits of chiropractic care is given a central theme. This year’s theme is “Move 4 Life.” The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) explains that the goal of this year’s slogan is to promote the benefits of movement, both as a way to improve overall health and also to reduce incidences of back pain.