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Have you ever considered seeing a chiropractor?

There are tons of reasons why a person would answer “yes.” From overall general health to specific aches and pains, to an injury, millions of folks turn to chiropractors for pain relief, increased movement and strength, and overall healing.

For some individuals, the price tag seems to hinder their decision to seek chiropractic treatment. Lack of insurance coverage, or a recommended ongoing treatment regimen (because it usually takes more than one treatment) are two of the most common reasons patients deem it too expensive.  But, when looking at the big picture, patients see and understand the cost of NOT pursuing the care of a chiropractor, and these costs end up being more than simply dollars.

Choosing to see a chiropractor to promote and sustain good health is a forward-thinking idea that is increasingly attractive to those striving to stay younger, longer. Chiropractic care promotes healing through the body as a whole. Spinal adjustments and joint manipulations help increase mobility and maximize the entire body’s performance. In addition, they offer a wide variety of health benefits, from decreasing blood pressure to lowering the chance of headaches. Avoiding these health issues potentially save tens of thousands of dollars in future doctor bills!

Read more here >> https://fortmyerschirostudio.com/2019/02/01/the-cost-effectiveness-of-chiropractic-care/?fbclid=IwAR3ASxBor3TtRt0CnCIk91127okVAuwWb2tvl5LrxWAPEfVpUWJ6G7jt1Sg



The new guidelines on high blood pressure released by the American Health Association, in collaboration with American Heart College of Cardiology and 9 other recognized health professional organizations, are alarming!! According to these guidelines, over tens of millions more US citizens now have high blood pressure. In other words, almost 46 percent Americans have high Blood Pressure and you could be one of them.


The figures that were once considered to be in the normal range for blood pressure are not any more. That’s right; according to the newly published parameters, the threshold for high blood pressure or hypertension is now 130/80 which was traditionally defined as 140/90. So, if you have 120/80 blood pressure or above that will be considered elevated or ‘prehypertension’ while 130/80 and 140/90 is now defined as Stage 1 hypertension. And anything above that falls under the Stage 2 hypertension category.  Doesn’t this seem a bit suspicious to you?


My question is not that whether 46% of the people in the US are now at risk to prehypertension, my questions is, “how far will these organizations &Big Pharma go to manipulate the minds of the people, in order to make more money?” Do they even value human lives? The ugly truth is – it doesn’t look like it.

If you just found yourself in the prehypertension category, when all these years you’ve been suffering from generalized weakness and cramping because your blood pressure sometimes dropped below 120/80, then relax. Let me unravel the truth. The fact is that the new guidelines for high levels of blood pressure or hypertension are heavily influenced by drug companies—Big Pharma.  These drug manufacturers have a sophisticated marketing campaigns to not only scare you into believing you need the next drug for sale, but they are infiltrating medical schools and the understaffed hospitals.  They “teach” sound bites of information and pass it off as independent peer reviewed research.

There are nearly 100 different types of drugs available in the market used for treating high blood pressure. The report published — if read in detail — focuses remarkably on drugs and several times recommends the use of multiple medicines in combination to treat this “condition”. Lifestyle changes, alternative treatments and prevention techniques are barely addressed. Isn’t this peculiar?

Read more >> https://fortmyerschirostudio.com/2017/12/19/are-you-at-risk-to-high-blood-pressure-now/

Traveling can be rough on the body. Whether you are traveling alone, on business or are on your way to a sunny resort with your family or friends, long hours in a car or an airplane can leave you stressed, tired, stiff and sore.

Treat travel as an athletic event. No matter how comfortable your car or plane seat is, sitting for long periods of time can wreak havoc on your body, placing strains on your muscles, restricting blood flow, and making you feel stiff once you stand up. “Warm up” before settling into a car or plane, and “cool down” once you reach your destination. Do some upper- and lower-body stretches or take a brisk walk to stretch your hamstring and calf muscles.

See more tips here >> https://fortmyerschirostudio.com/2019/06/19/prevent-aches-and-strains-while-traveling/

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