Inflammation is the root cause of countless chronic health conditions. Infection and inflammation can emerge in any part of the human body resulting in localized temperature changes. Thermography represents an invaluable tool for identifying and monitoring inflammation. Inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process in the short term and demonstrates that your immune… Read More
Hormones play an essential role in maintaining our quality of life, health and our longevity. Acting as transmitters traveling from the endocrine glands, through the bloodstream and to organs and tissues, hormones affect our moods, metabolism, sleep, sexual function and the ability to have children. When they’re working optimally, we feel great. When they’re out… Read More
Read 7 Ways to Support Hormone Balance for more tips.
Getting older may be inevitable, but it doesn’t have to come with a side of declining health. Current research is making it clear that many of the assumptions associated with aging, such as disease and chronic pain, can be mitigated or completely avoided by healthy lifestyle choices that are within each of our control. By… Read More
Learn habits to keep and ones to toss in this 1-minute video on healthy aging.
How is your musculoskeletal health? The musculoskeletal system has a primary role: It provides your body with structure and movement, and it protects your internal organs – the heart, brain, liver and kidneys – from injury by acting as a physical shield. But your body is not only a collection of systems which each have… Read More
We are exposed to a variety of toxins every day through the air we breathe and the food we eat and even the products we use on our hair, skin, and nails. Bacteria, pesticides, fertilizers, air pollutants, plasticizers, heavy metals, secondhand smoke, and gas fumes are just some of the many toxins we face daily…. Read More
Fluctuating moods are normal. Feeling lethargic after a long day, the ever-growing pressures of keeping up with work, family, relationships, health, irritability close to menstruation, and prolonged sadness after a personal loss or trauma are all natural (although perhaps less desirable) shifts in mood. There are thousands of reasons our moods can fluctuate, but what… Read More
Modern life is rife with hormone disruptors that in turn often lead to mood fluctuations – but thankfully many of these are within our ability to control (especially when you enlist the help of a professional!) Here are some of the main culprits: stress, nutrition, weight gain, menopause and pharmaceuticals.
An Integrative Approach to Seasonal Allergies It’s that time of year again, the days are getting longer and warmer and you are venturing outdoors with increased excitement. If you’re an allergy sufferer, this time of year may also present some apprehension. Will this year be as bad as the last? Will it be worse? Will… Read More