Chiropractor Treatments Can Help With Anxiety Attacks

If you suffer from anxiety then you know how much it can take over your life. It can leave you feeling anxious at the most inopportune times and hinder your ability to fully enjoy your life. This is why you want to do all you can to get rid of some of the anxiety you experience. You may be excited to learn that a chiropractor can help to relieve some of your anxiety symptoms, helping you to feel much better, more secure and relaxed. [Read More]

If The Shoe Doesn't Fit, Don't Buy Bigger Shoes—Get Smaller Feet!

While shoes are an important accessory for women concerned with fashion, not every woman's feet fit nicely into those sleek designer heels or narrow-towed boots. So, if your feet more closely resemble Fred Flintstone's instead of Cinderella's, you can have them slimmed down with cosmetic surgery. Foot narrowing procedures are becoming more popular for women who want their foot to fit the shoe, instead of the other way around.  What Is Foot Narrowing? [Read More]

Could Medical Weight Loss Be Right For You? Three Questions To Ask Yourself Today

Most people are all too familiar with the ups and downs of dieting and weight loss. Whether by counting calories, reducing carbohydrate intake, increasing frequency of meals, or eliminating meals, the conflicting information available on how to go about losing weight and keeping it off often leads to dietiers' fatigue or yo-yo dieting. And all too many are familiar with losing 2, 5, or even 20 pounds, only to see that weight come back all too quickly. [Read More]

Post-Accident Psychological Health: When Walking Away From A Car Accident Is Just The Beginning

The accident wasn't so bad, you think. You're alive, your family is alive, and everything is okay. So why don't you feel okay? Why do you suddenly dread getting behind the wheel, or being a passenger in a car? And why are your children acting weird—so unlike their normal selves? It may help to realize you are not strange and what you are experiencing is not as uncommon as one might think. Recently, researchers of a U. [Read More]