This may sound silly because most people aim to always have the gift of sleep each and every night. A restful night’s sleep is one of the best things for our body, our health and wellness to be able to be wake up ready to tackle the next day. Hitting the ground running can’t happenContinue Reading »
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One of the most important parts of our day is when we go to sleep at night. This may sound funny or silly, but rest is essential for the body to recover and heal from everything that happens to our body throughout the day. Sleep is important for concentration, brain function, productivity, immune health, enhancesContinue Reading »
Have you ever woken up after a restful night of sleep and thought to yourself, “Man, my back is killing me?” If this is you, chances are you are NOT alone. Before you take the plunge to throw out your mattress, you might want to take a look at your sleeping posture. Yes, you heardContinue Reading »
Do you have neck, shoulder or back pain? Have you tried every pillow out there and still cannot find a comfortable position? Maybe you have acquired a pillow graveyard by now with all the pillows you have tried and have failed! Well our office is now offering custom fit pillows from Pillowise which have really madeContinue Reading »
We all know that eating nutritious foods and exercising daily are important for good health, but did you know that SLEEP is just as important for optimal health? With our stressful lives—working longer and more hours per week, keeping up with our kids’ hectic schedules, taking care of aging parents, and our overuse and relianceContinue Reading »
Back pain is one of the most common discomforts that people deal with daily. Sometimes it feels like nothing helps and that it will never change. That daunting feeling can be helped with some simple tips to reduce your daily struggles! 3 Tips to Help You With Your Back Pain 1. Roll to your sideContinue Reading »