The central nervous system is the major control center of the body. It is made up of two important organs — the brain and the spinal cord. But there’s another important, but often ignored component of the nerve system, and that’s the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
We discussed prebiotic foods in our previous article The Top 3 Nutrition Trends of 2021, but what exactly are they? Prebiotic foods are dietary fibers that supply nutrition to the bacteria in your gut.
How Does Foundational Correction Help with a Whiplash Injury?
A person has a whiplash when his or her head moves backwards, and forward suddenly with great force. A whiplash injury is common following a motor vehicle collision (MVC). Other factors that may cause a whiplash injury include sports injuries, physical abuse, or rides at amusement parks.
Headache vs Migraine: Understanding the Difference
A typical headache and a migraine are hard to differentiate. When you feel pain in your head, you may have trouble telling whether it is a migraine or a headache. It is important to know the differences between both.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been approved in currently in use, but before then, many people were using, and are still using vitamin d supplements to optimize their immune system and help them arrest COVID-19.
Anxiety and chiropractic. How do they correlate? When you are anxious, it means that you are feeling apprehensive or fearful about a future event. If you have extreme feelings of anxiety, say lasting more than six months, then it’s certain that you have an anxiety disorder. In this article, we will discuss anxiety and how Foundational Correction using Upper Cervical Chiropractic can help.
X-rays have been around for over a century. Presently, they are the most common medical imaging techniques in use, and they’re powerful. However, even though X-rays are safe, there are still some myths surrounding them. But this is not surprising as radiation is an emotive word.
The practice of applying ice to an injury to reduce inflammation has been used for decades. The thing is, there’s ZERO peer-reviewed scientific evidence to support this practice. Recent studies have shown that ice may affect the healing process.