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Fitness and Exercise
Serious ankle injuries don’t just happen to athletes. In fact, more than 25,000 Americans sprain their ankles every day.
What are you teaching your children about forming good health habits? Showing your children what a healthy lifestyle looks like can give them a head start on adopting those behaviors and making a lifetime commitment to them.
Stretching can help relieve aches and pains — such as lower back pain — as well as reduce stress. Knowing some stretches you can do at home or at the office can help you stay relaxed, no matter where you are.
It’s no secret that staying fit is a big part of a healthy lifestyle. Being active can help prevent serious health problems like heart disease and high blood pressure. Regular exercise is also a proven stress-reliever that can improve your mood, boost your energy levels, contribute to better sleep and help you maintain a healthy weight.
If you’ve ever woken up with stiff neck or a sore back, you know that such pain can put a real strain on your daily life. Most of us chalk up this temporary discomfort to falling asleep in a bad position, but the real blame often lies elsewhere. A low-quality mattress can literally throw your whole body out of whack.
Orthopedic pain is personal. From the level of discomfort to the ways in which it affects daily life, pain is unique. That’s why receiving personalized care from your orthopedic doctors is so crucial.
This summer, you might be tempted to show off your feet in a pair of sandals or go barefoot by the beach or pool. But did you know that giving your feet their moment in the sun can actually be harmful?
One of the best ways to stay healthy also happens to be one of the easiest. To boost your health, improve your mood, lower your stress levels and burn calories, simply set aside 25-30 minutes a day for a walk.
There are few things more satisfying than taking a nice stretch at the start or the end of the day. But what if your joints are doing more popping than stretching?
The American Heart Association recommends adults get at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise five times a week. Don’t have time to make it to the gym that often? No problem! With this simple 30-minute workout, you can get in a high-intensity cardio and strength training workout at home. All you need is your body and a few hand weights.
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