Each year, $50 billion are spent combating back pain in the United States, according to the American Chiropractic Association. Fortunately, there are about 61,661 different places, some of them family chiropractic practices, that can offer back pain relief in America, as reported by IBIS World Research.
With that in mind, you’ll definitely want to choose the best chiropractic professional available who understands everything from the best back strengthening exercises, sciatic nerve damage, and even a slipped disc. It is also critical that the chiropractor have an acute knowledge of how a given condition can affect other pa
Every single year in the United States, people spend about $50 billion dollars in an attempt to find for themselves a treatment for low back pain. In fact, the second most common reason for a person to visit the doctor is because of back pain. Considering the prevalence of low back strain and related conditions, it’s not surprising that some people go to extremes to try and find relief. Some self-help attempts are very safe, but others can be potentially dangerous. When it comes to DIY treatment for low back pain, here are three things that you should not do.
Don’t have small children walk on your back.
The danger here is two-fold. First, a back is not an eve
Dealing with unwanted body hair can be frustrating, particularly if you have thick, dark, coarse hair in unsightly areas. In many cases, the process of removing the hair can be difficult and time consuming, which only adds to the frustration and embarrassment. Throughout the last 50 years, women and men have tried skin creams and lotions that have only masked unwanted hair issues and results were less than satisfactory. For decades now, skin laser hair removal has been a popular choice to rid the body of unwanted hair.
However, in the past, lasers were a problem for darker skins. This is because lasers for hair removal work by “seeing” pigment. If the skin is light and the hair is dark, the laser sees only the pigment of the hair and does not penetrate the skin with light. The newer lasers, however
15 percent of the weight of an average person is made up of their skin, yet every 6 seconds, human beings shed approximately 30,000 dead skin cells. Collagen is the primary structural protein found in skin and other connective tissue. Collagen benefits skin by increasing its elasticity and strength. Thus, in terms of appearance, collagen benefits skin by keeping it looking smooth and young. However, starting at the age of 18, the average person generates 1 percent less collagen every year. This accounts for why people get wrinkles and fine lines as they age.
Collagen skin care products have gotten a lot of buzz lately for their natural health benefits. Face creams with collagen
As a Kansas City local, if you are at all into fitness, then you have likely caught wind of the cross-fit craze that has taken over America. This amped up craze for fitness has become something of the flagship for getting healthy, in a country of which one in four of its residents claim they are not physically active. Cross-fit comes with its own 12 mile obstacle marathons to motivate newcomers and challenge the cross-fit veterans the nation over. But, what if you see these mud flinging sprints and frigid military crawls, and think: maybe this is not for me.
When it comes to getting fit, there is more than one way to skin a cat. As you know, some ways are better than others.
While cross-training for the next book camp inspired event is a great way to increase strength and endurance, it may not be taking th