Back to school has the same implications for those with and without children. It is a time to start fresh and recommit to our goals or desires which may have fallen by the waist side during the lazy, hazy days of summer. This is a perfect time to examine where you are, what you want, and how you want to end the year right. It has similar implications as New Year’s but this is the last chance to give it your best shot before the year ends.
What is more main priority this fall? Is it your health? Have you given up on it, feeling like it’s too far gone? Maybe it’s your child’s health…have you tried and failed, therefore don’t believe it’s worth trying anymore? Are you on multiple medicines, feeling fatigued from lack of exercise and lack of sleep? Maybe you have succumbed to the fact that you are not able to lose weight and don’t have the energy for yet another fad diet.
I have great news; this is not a dead end for you. When it comes to upping your game with your health, here are 3 tips to incorporate into your routine to make a world of difference, and they are easy and effective for everyone and anyone.
1) Detox and revamp your eating habits and pantry. Go through your cabinet and get rid of food that has sugar, gluten and dairy. These are the 3 culprits that create the most inflammation in the body and clog up your organs of detoxification. Instead of doing a drastic detox program, you can eliminate these foods and gently get rid of these toxins. Buy and eat local, and organic fruits and vegetables. Eating fruits and veggies with pesticides basically cancels out the good in them. Also, eat a variety of colors in your vegetables and fruits veggies as more color equals more vitamins and minerals.
2) Start your day with a huge glass of water as soon as you wake up to flush out your gut from the previous day. Drinking water throughout the day is essential for the body’s detox process. We need to drink half our body weight in ounces of water. For coffee drinkers (most of us) caffeine is a diuretic, so for every cup of caffeine twice the amount of water is needed to rehydrate INCLUDING those average of 7-9 glasses.
3) Last but certainly not least, invest in consistent and quality chiropractic care. Chiropractic care is good for you, and by keeping your nervous system healthy, you activate your body’s power to heal itself naturally the way it is meant to. Stress builds up in your body from toxins, injuries, and emotional overload. Getting chiropractic care regularly, keeps you functioning at your top potential. If you have been neglecting your nervous system, renew yourself with chiropractic and notice how your immunity, energy, and ability to handle life stress improves. Now is the time to improve your health and your life. Align your life back to balance by reducing nerve stress and practice preventative wellness. Call us today for a free consult (201) 385-7800 to see if chiropractic is for you, you’re only an adjustment away from a better life.