Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

June 12, 2017

“… a large and growing body of research…” (on exercise and the brain)

“This extensive review resulted in three main observations. First, the most consistent behavioral effects of acute exercise are improved executive function, enhanced mood, and decreased stress levels. Second, neurophysiological and neurochemical changes that have been reported after acute exercise show that widespread brain areas and brain systems are activated. Third, one of the biggest open questions in this area is the relationship between the central neurochemical changes following acute exercise, that have mainly been described in rodents, and the behavioral changes seen after acute exercise reported in humans. Bridging this gap will be an important area of future study.”

August 7, 2015

From The Twisp, WA FB Page – Of All Places:-)

DSCF2146 How Nature Changes The Brain

(Note: I could offer this picture as another example of how not to bend over, but that’s getting boring, even for me:-)

February 13, 2014

Brain function ‘boosted for days after reading a novel’

Filed under: Be careful who you listen to!, General Health & Wellness, Wellness care — Tags: , — doctordilday @ 12:37 am

It’s always all about the neurons…

Here is the article.

September 18, 2013

What’s the #1 Way To Keep Your Brain Healthy?

Tai Chi on the Beach (not me)

Tai Chi on the Beach

I saw that headline on a magazine today and though I thought I knew what the answer was, I had to “Find out…” by turning to page 12.

I was right, IT’S EXERCISE!!!

Thought I’d share that:-)

P.S. – The college Tai chi class was cancelled for the Fall Quarter due to not enough people registered… FYI

DrD

April 7, 2013

Chiropractic Helps Children With Brain Disorder

Chiropractic Helps Children With Brain Disorder

What could be more simple?

What could be more important?

What is stopping you from having you kid checked for subluxations?

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