Gratitude is the quality of appreciating and savoring the goodness in life.
And gratitude is like a super power because It transforms the way we see and experience life in ways that dramatically improve our health and happiness.
You can join me for a whole month of yoga practices to help you cultivate gratitude. It’s called GRATEFUL – a month of gratitude and it’s available now on the David O Yoga app
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Scoliosis Treatment – Does Bracing Work?
Spinal Bracing has been around for hundreds of years and is still commonly prescribed for children with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. New studies are demonstrating that rigid spinal bracing has little to no effect on scoliosis and is thought to be the equivalent of doing nothing. This brief article demonstrates the ineffectiveness of spinal bracing on scoliosis progression.What the Bleep Is a Bulging Disc?
Maybe you’ve heard of a bulging disc have you ever wondered exactly what one is? Maybe you’ve even just been diagnosed with one. Here I’m going to share with you exactly what a bulging disc is and what causes them.Back Pain – Pilates Is Now Proven to Be A Great Option!
Pilates Is Now Proven To Help with Pain in the lower Back. Back Pain is easily the most widespread reason for work related disability in the USA, So Say the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Amongst neurological problems, only headaches are more frequent.Chiropractic Care Treatments For Specific Health Conditions
Chiropractic is grouped as alternative health care medicine created by D.D. Palmer during the 1890s. It emphasizes diagnosis, treatment and protection against mechanical diseases of the musculoskeletal system, specially the spine. In chiropractic medicine, it’s assumed that disorders have an impact on general health through the nerves inside the body.
In a healthy young person, the spinal discs are soft and elastic. They have some “give” to them-and when there is pressure or strain, they return easily (and uninjured) to their proper position. As a person ages, however, the discs become gradually less elastic-and thus more rigid and injury-prone. Discs that have lost their healthy, youthful elasticity can easily become herniated.