3 Tips to Help Yourself Process Grief. Guest writer, Camille Johnson.

Grief is a process all of us go through at times, and while it’s experienced differently among individuals, for many it can be debilitating. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do that may help.

  1. Get Enough Sleep and Stay Healthy

If you’re not physically healthy, the grieving process can be much harder. Sleep is something many tend to treat as unimportant. According to one survey, a third of adults in the U.S. don’t get enough sleep. Unfortunately, insufficient sleep can wreak havoc on your physical and mental health. Inadequate or poor-quality sleep is linked to diabetes, depression, anxiety, obesity, and heart disease. You won’t be doing yourself any favors getting through the grieving process without adequate sleep.

Getting good sleep means understanding and practicing proper sleep hygiene. Do you have a habit of using your phone before bed? Screens, such as those on cell phones, emit blue light that tells our brains it’s time to wake up. If you’re looking at a screen in bed, you’re associating being in bed with staying awake instead of sleeping. This is just one example of poor sleep hygiene, but there are many more, such as drinking alcohol or using stimulants such as coffee too soon before bed. As well as your sleep, attend to your other health needs. For example, you can find relief in neck and back care by visiting Euclid Chiropractic.

  1. Start a Journal

Keeping a journal may be something you stopped doing after your teenage years, but perhaps you should keep that habit going. Journaling is known to have several benefits for mental health, including reducing stress, boosting your mood, and improving your memory. By writing down what you feel and what your day-to-day life is like while experiencing grief, you can better organize your thoughts and keep track of things that both help and harm you each day that you otherwise wouldn’t notice on your own. In the context of grieving, journaling may be a vital coping tool.

Perhaps best of all, journaling can help you process your feelings. If you’re not sure exactly what to write in your journal, follow prompts that can guide you on the right path. Perhaps you’d prefer stream-of-consciousness journaling, in which you simply write everything you think and feel as it comes to you.

  1. Take a Trip, See a Ballgame

A change of scenery can help you find a new perspective for your feelings as you grieve. While almost anywhere that can detach you from your typical place of grief may work, one idea is traveling to Upland, California.

Visit the California Botanic Garden, where you can find things like yoga classes or pressed plant collecting, or maybe ax-throwing is more your thing. If you’re a sports fan, you can catch a Dodgers game. There are resources online to get you tickets at a discount. You’ll be able to specify what kind of seats you want through filtering by price range, seat rating, and date. Some sites even have interactive seating charts of the seats so you can get a 360-degree view of what it’s like to sit there. Events like these can help you temporarily separate from your grief so you can come back to it with a fresh perspective.

If you’re going through grief, you may not be sure how to best process your emotions. The grieving process, while necessary, can be even harder if you don’t take care of yourself. Hopefully, these tips will make everything now a bit easier.

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Help your Posture and Prevent Pain by these Neck Exercises. @Gibson Sept ’19. Crooked Spine Show (replay)

Checking and correcting your sitting posture can prevent and relieve neck pain, headaches, upper back and shoulder pain. This workshop will help you understand how to set your sitting posture; then how to stretch and strengthen your upper back that will help build muscle and endurance to keep you sitting relaxed for hours.  Checkout this week’s episode.

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(2:20) Check this first with chronic neck pain.

(7:00) How and why to stretch your neck for relief.

(13:10) Neck pillow stretch -pull your neck back.

(16:10) Better Side Sleeping to help your back, neck.

(20:30) How to check your sitting posture.

(30:30) 3 Shoulders exercise to stretch and strengthen.

(35:30) Wall Fly exercise for lower neck strength.

(37:30) Reverse Fly exercise for shoulders, upper back.

(38:40) Shrug exercise for shoulders/neck strength.

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Euclid Chiropractic Newsletter: August 2020

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Looks like we are going to be Quarantined for longer than we hoped.

Are you prepared?

This newsletter of videos interviews guest to help give you ideas to keep yourself calm and healthy during these Covid times.

Here are the videos to help you from last month.

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Dr. Tony’s Monthly Newsletter from Euclid Chiropractic: April ’20 | Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor

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How are you doing?

Getting “cabin fever”?

Here are some exercises, etc. to help you stay healthy at home.

New Coronavirus update videos.

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A couple tough guys…that are “too sexy” (listen to the music?)

And YES we are an essential facility, and…

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How to Serve Your Community More

Brain & Body Health by Your Routine

Want to Feel Better without Medication

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Less Pain, Better Sleep, More Relaxed -Martha

Neck and Back Pain Relief -Kyle’s Story

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3 Types of Squat Exercises to Build Back Strength

4 Exercises for Neck/Upper Back Pain Relief

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Back Pain Relief Exercises @Gibson Oct. ’19

CSP 062:How to Lower Stress for Business Owners.Guest on The Odin Marketing House

Tips for Brain Health. And Examples. @Brookdale March ’20.

CSP 063: Body & Mind Health with Xyngular. Guests Courtney and Andy

Fixing your Posture at Home. Try these Exercises.

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Assessing First, then Begin Exercise -Derrick of LPE Performance

How Euclid Chiropractic serves the Community -Uptown Upland Show, Julian Vejariel.

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How the Mediterranean Diet can Lower Body Stress. @Brookdale March ’20

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Reducing Risk of Contracting this Coronavirus -NOW. Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor

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This video helps you reduce your risk to contracting this coronavirus.

UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. And we never give up.

Read and watch more information from UNICEF on their website- https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/covid-19

We are also open to suggestions from our patients how we can help them feel safe at Euclid Chiropractic.

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Stretch Your Neck and Shoulders. Upper Trap Exercise. Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor.

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This video explains

1. what injuries this exercise will helps.

2.how to perform the exercise.

Benefits include pain-free shoulders, neck, upper back; and better posture.

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Back and Leg Pain Gone. Miguel’s Review of Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor

“It took me a long time to come here because I was working so much.  I did make it in, my back was so bad I could not close my car door without sharp pain down both legs.

“When I started the treatment it took about two weeks to feel the changes.  I then started the recommended stretches and walking.  Over time I was able to move better and felt stronger.

“The staff and doctors were a big help.  Now stretching/walking is part of my daily routine.  I feel better now.”


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Chronic Pain Relief -Donavon’s Review of Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor

Donavon was desperate.  He had been on chronic pain medication for years for his back and neck.

When he came into the office, the pain had become unbearable and Donavon had stopped working.

The x-rays showed some arthritis and degeneration, but there was room for improvement.

Donavon was patient with treatment.  He understood if chiropractic treatment did not work, he may need back surgery.

It took him weeks to start feeling better; months to realize the pain was gone.  Then he had stopped taking his medication. 

At this point, Donavon trusted we could help his son who was having neck and nerve pain down the arm.  Being a family practice we were able to give Donavon’s son relief too.

Euclid Chiropractic is a family practice.  We treat young kids to seniors in their 90s.  We treat people who have injuries from car accidents, sports, scoliosis, and anything else.

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Medication not getting results? This might be the answer. -by Upland Claremont Cucamonga Chiropractor

William has been taking medication, doing some therapy or not exercising to relieve his neck & back pain.

After weeks of medical treatment, he feels weaker and the nerve pain has worsened.

William feels depressed and loosing hope that his pain will not go away.

Going back to his doctor, he receives more medications with no relief.

Frustrated, William goes against what he knows and takes a chance:

he calls a chiropractor.

Watch him tell his story. 

His chiropractor helped William understand there was “an underlying cause” of his problems.

If this can help you (or a friend), check with your chiropractor.

Each person is at a unique state of health.

Helping Change your Health from the Inside Out. 

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