Monthly Archives: March 2019

Many studies in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that eating less fiber (from fruits, vegetables, 100% whole grains, and legumes) more saturated fat (from red meat, animal proteins, and cheese), and more added sugar (in processed foods) is associated with lighter, less restorative, and more disrupted sleep. Even a single day of greater […]

By: Lynda Salerno Gehrman A slightly skeptical dance student, I stepped into a Pilates studio for my first private lesson at the age of 15. Well, I was in awe, my body and my mind were in awe- like a kid in a carnival, and coming close to my current sense of walking into a […]

By: Dr. Stephen Szaro, DC Changes to the Mothers Body The Case for Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy The most obvious physical changes that are likely to affect the spine will begin to occur during the second trimester. As the uterus grows to accommodate the fetus, the lumbar curve of the spine will increase to account […]

Sleep hygiene includes a variety of actions and habits you can develop to improve the quality of your sleep. Maintaining good sleep hygiene leads to a healthier sleep and promotes both physical and mental health. 50% of American suffer from some sort of sleep deprivation, and roughly 10 million Americans attempt to use a sleep […]