Sleep hygiene: Health depends on sleep

Sleep hygiene, n. conditions or practices to help get some sleep, feel great, have energy, and prevent disease. (Marie’s definition  😉 ) Less than adequate sleep (between 7.5-9 hours for an adult) is associated with diabetes and obesity—likely contributing to their development—along with other common chronic diseases. Healing and repairing occurs while you sleep. Good quality and quantity of sleep are …

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Nerve Short Circuits: your crooked head—occipital bone

Very few chiropractors can adjust one of the most important joints in our body, yet doing so brings about amazing, often miraculous, results. When your occipital bone at the base of your skull slips off the atlas—(C1) the very topmost bone of your spine—(and it often does), your health is severely impacted. The occipital bone joins to the topmost neck …

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