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Stress is a part of life - between managing family life, a social life, and career expectations, stress will find a way to creep into our everyday affairs. Stress is never easy to manage, as it can grow to become overwhelming and lead to high-anxiety fits, episodes of depression, overeating, or drug & substance abuse. Through stressful times, it’s important to remember that your physical health needs to be prioritized. Here are some exercises that can help reduce stress: Relat...
Posted on 2020-03-24
Everyday life can be a source of joy and pleasure; however, it can also be so incredibly busy that it induces fatigue, stress and insomnia. Unfortunately, many people will try to treat these symptoms with over the counter medications that only provide temporary relief before the discomfort returns. Are you aware that the benefits & advantages that massage therapy could provide you with long-term solutions to common bodily issues that you may be dealing with? Registered massage therapists are...
Posted on 2020-01-27
Being pregnant and giving birth to a healthy son or daughter is amongst the greatest feelings in the world, and it’s true, you don’t know how it feels until you’ve experienced it. With all the good that comes with being a mother, it can be a laborious and challenging experience on your physical health, particularly if you’ve opted for or needed an emergency c-section (cesarean section). Recovery times are increased for women that had a C-section as opposed to vaginal deli...
Posted on 2019-11-25
Anyone that deals with arthritis pain understands just how debilitating and exhausting it can be. Technically, arthritis is a collection of severe & regressive conditions that will cause inflammation in the joints of your body (i.e. knees, elbows, shoulders, wrists, etc.) that will result in muscle stiffness and major discomfort. Two Most Common Forms of Arthritis. Osteoarthritis: Studies indicate that by the year 2035, nearly 1 in 4 Canadians will be diagnosed with osteoar...
Posted on 2019-10-22
Walking is an easy and effective way of maintaining and even improving your overall health. While walking may not feel like “hard” exercise, it has many of the same benefits as other workouts that may be more strenuous. Taking a brisk walk every day can have both physical and mental benefits, many of which you can see by just taking a simple 30-minute walk each day. Here are five benefits of a daily walk: Boost Your Heart Health. Taking a brisk 30-minute walk each day can h...
Posted on 2019-09-20
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