Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

June 20, 2018

How You Are “Wired” Matters, Lefty

https://neurosciencenews.com/left-handed-mental-health-9376/

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June 19, 2018

An Anti-Biotic Against Obesity?

Clearing the way…

June 16, 2018

Biochemistry of Sleep Need in the Brain

Now that is a mouth full – check it out: https://neurosciencenews.com/sleep-needed-brain-changes-9347/

June 15, 2018

Mindfulness Meditation and Relaxation Response Have Different Effects on Brain Function

Whenever I read about studies having to do with these or other related subjects (e.g., rehab, fitness training, self-defense tactics), I am struck by the fact that they are really researching Tai chi. (Here is the link to the discussion of the Study that provoked this Post.) Grey Cook’s book, Movement comes to mind as a classic example.

Tai Chi Chuan (the “Chuan” connotes the martial aspects of the discipline) is all of these things simultaneously; and more. People that I speak with know that I am a Tai Chi guy, so they just chalk it up to my enthusiasm. Some people, though, who are in the middle of the world of related research are able to appreciate the “complete” nature of Tai Chi Chuan.

Of course not all Tai Chi is equal: you have to have good instruction; and you have to practice correctly. But training within a traditional Tai Chi syllabus under good instruction provides as complete a system of exercise and self-defense, including all aspects of exercise (including rehab) as a person is going to find.

 

June 14, 2018

For Sleep Pray

The Impact Religion Has on Sleep Quality

 

“After examining these studies, the researchers concluded that people who have higher levels of religious involvement tend to have healthier sleep outcomes than their less religious counterparts.

Ellison believes the data suggests a person’s religious involvement benefits their mental health by reducing stress, promoting social engagement and support from fellow church members, providing psychological resources (hope, optimism, sense of meaning) and promoting healthier lifestyles (lower levels of substance abuse).”

June 13, 2018

The GPS of “Gut Instinct”

“Ask anyone if they remember where they ate the juiciest burger, the sweetest cupcake or the smoothest bisque, and they probably can describe the location in great detail, down to the cross streets, the décor, and the table where they sat. A new USC study in Nature Communications gives a possible explanation for food’s prominence in memory.”

June 11, 2018

The Latest Science on Breastfeeding (Do it!)

https://neurosciencenews.com/breastfeeding-science-9298/

June 9, 2018

How Depression Affects Your Thinking Skills

Summary: Typically, many people associate depression with feelings of sadness or despair. However, depression can also affect your cognitive abilities and memory. A new paper reviews the impact depression has on cognitive function and considers therapy options to help improve these often overlooked symptoms of the disorder.

Source: Neuroscience News.

June 1, 2018

New Words in Nutrition: Polyphenols

Recent research done on fruit flies indicates that polyphenols have an important influence on longevity.

That is nice. What is much nicer is that recent research on JuicePlus+ indicates that it supplies these polyphenols and they are both absorbed and assimilated into your body.

If you haven’t started taking JuicePlus+ yet, why not? If you are ready, contact us at the office and we can help you get started (425-348-5207).

DrD

May 29, 2018

Newest JuicePlus+ Research comes with surprises

One day trial; one capsule each of the Orchard, Garden, and Vineyard Blends!

Seems like a miracle, well, it is a miracle.

May 25, 2018

Study Reveals Cause of Pesticide Exposure and Parkinson’s Link

http://neurosciencenews.com/pesticide-parkinsons-9123/

May 24, 2018

Childhood Obesity & Memory/Learning

Summary: A new study reveals children who are either overweight or obese during the first two years of life may have problems with memory and learning at the age of 5. Researchers say IQ scored may be lower for higher weight children.

Source: Brown University.

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