DAILY HEALTH UPDATE; MONDAY; MARCH 12, 2017: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician

Chiropractor, Nutrition, Prevention,Health, fitness, Health care, Mental Attitude
Wellness Newsletter VOLUME 3, ISSUE 9- Total Health Wellness Center and Dr. Frank Gomez
March 11, 2018
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Chiropractor, Nutrition, Prevention,Health, fitness, Health care, Mental Attitude

Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician, mental health, diet, Nutrition, Health & Fitness



Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician & Sayville Immediate Chiropractic care


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“When life takes away, something of greater value is always given in return.”  ~ Michael J. Fox


Mental Attitude: Tiny Babies May Face Mental Health Problems Later in Life. 
Babies who are born at an extremely low birth weight may be at an elevated risk for mental health problems later in life. An analysis of 41 studies revealed that extremely low birth weight babies (less than 1,000 grams, or just over two pounds, or .9 kg) are more likely to have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as children and are at a greater risk of ADHD and social problems as teens. Lead author Dr. Karen Mathewson writes, “It is important that families and healthcare providers be aware of the potential for early emerging mental health problems in extremely low birth weight survivors, and that some of these individuals may not grow out of these problems as they get older.”
Psychological Bulletin, February 2017

Health Alert: Heart Disease May Cost the US Over $1 Trillion Per Year By 2035. 
According to the American Heart Association (AHA), 45% of the population of the United States (US) will have at least one health problem related to heart disease by 2035. These heart problems include high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, stroke, congestive heart failure, and atrial fibrillation. The AHA estimates that the cost of these conditions will double from current levels to $1.1 trillion in 2035. AHA President Dr. Steven Houser comments, “Our new projections indicate cardiovascular disease is on a course that could bankrupt our nation’s economy and healthcare system.”
American Heart Association, February 2017

Diet: Low Antioxidant Levels Linked with Obesity. 
An analysis of data from 31 published studies indicates a relationship exists between obesity and lower blood concentrations of antioxidants such as carotenoids, vitamins E and C, zinc, magnesium, and selenium. The research team notes that future studies are necessary to determine the nature of this relationship.
Biological Trace Element Research, February 2017

Exercise: Can Exercise Improve Vision? 
Believe it or not, exercise is not only good for your heart but it may also help you see better. In this study, researchers enlisted 18 volunteers who wore a wireless heart rate monitor and an EEG (electroencephalogram) cap while using a stationary bicycle. The researchers found that low-intensity exercise boosted activity in a part of the cerebral cortex that plays an important role in processing visual information. The findings may result in the development of new therapies to enhance vision.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, November 2016

Chiropractic: College Exams May Increase Risk of Neck Pain and Headaches. 
Previous research has linked the presence of trigger points in the neck and shoulder muscles with a greater risk for neck pain and headaches. In this study, researchers examined 39 college students both before and during examination periods and found an increase in trigger points in the neck and shoulder muscles of participants while they prepared for and took their exams.
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, January 2017

Wellness/Prevention: Preventing Neck Pain. 
Poor cervical posture can lead to neck pain, so focusing on proper posture is vital. The Mayo Clinic suggests the following to help one maintain good posture: keep a straight line from your hips to your shoulders and your shoulders to your ears; take stretch breaks and move around regularly; move your computer monitor level with your eyes, keep your knees slightly below your hips, and rest your arms on armrests; use a speakerphone or headset, and avoid holding the phone between your ear and shoulder; if you have heavy bags, don’t carry them over your shoulder; and keep your head and neck in alignment while sleeping.
Mayo Clinic, February 2017

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