3 Energy-Boosting Tips for Taking Better Care of Your Overall Health

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One of the best things you can do to improve and protect your health is to schedule regular adjustments with a chiropractic clinic like Euclid Chiropractic. Of course, you can’t get to the chiropractor every single day, which means you also need a few health and wellness boosting tricks up your sleeve you can incorporate into your regular routines.That’s why these tips may prove helpful to you. Some may even be surprising!

Trade Coffee for a Morning Workout

Okay, so you don’t necessarily have to give up on your caffeine fix entirely. But if you could swap one extra cup with a 30-minute brisk walk in the morning, you may experience even more of an energy boost. At least that’s according to a recent report from experts at Harvard University.When you exercise, you help to circulate oxygen throughout your body, which in turn puts a little more pep into your step. If you need some added motivation to get moving, you could also treat yourself to some new fitness tech, like a smartwatch. You may be able to score discounts if you buy during seasonal sales, like Cyber Monday before the holidays.

Some other all-natural ways to feel more awake include minimizing stress and surprise: consuming caffeine! That’s right, so long as you keep your coffee breaks to the morning hours, you can boost your energy levels and overall health. So feel free to indulge in a cup of joe!

Clear Clutter to Clear Stress at Home

When you come home from work or running errands, what’s the first thing you see? If your answer includes clutter, you should know that clutter can increase stress. This is according to scientific studies that have found people who live in cluttered and disorganized homes tend to feel more anxious and stressed. They also tend to have more arguments.

Thankfully, there’s a pretty simple solution to improve your well-being: clear out all of that clutter and spend some time making your home nice and tidy. In doing so you’ll also be helping to get rid of the negative energy that can lead to even more complaints and disagreements among family.

You can also keep stress to a minimum by practicing basic self-care at home. Relaxing with a comforting movie, snuggling with pets, and eating healthy foods are all effective ways to cope with stress. Taking dedicated time to rest and relax will also refresh your energy levels.

Give Your Spine the Care It Deserves

If your home had a crack in its foundation, you’d want to take care of repairs ASAP, right? Well, your spine serves as the foundation for the rest of your body. It’s what holds you up and allows you to move throughout your day. So if you want to improve your health, you should really be taking better care of your body’s foundation. Regular chiropractic visits are a good start.

In addition to checking in with an experienced chiropractor, like the doctors at Euclid Chiropractic, you should also be aware of posture hygiene. Especially if your job has you sitting for the majority of your workday. You should aim to rest your weight on those little bony spots at the base of your spine, which are commonly called “sits bones.” An ergonomic chair can also help.

Finally, don’t neglect the muscles that wrap around your spine and help make up your core. Strengthening these muscles will also improve your posture and help keep your spine nice and healthy. Side planks, planks, twists and moves on an exercise ball are all great options.

Simple is always best when it comes to your health and wellness. Making time for exercise, stress relief, and self-care are all so important. You can also boost your health by taking proper care of your core, spine, and entire body. Put these tips to work in your normal routines, and you are sure to see improvements in the way you look, feel and live.

Need an adjustment? Or more health and spine-boosting tips? Check out Euclid Chiropractic.

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Grateful for Jennifer McGregor for authoring this article.

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