Air pollution, cigarette smoke, heavy metals, pesticides, chemicals, plastics… Let’s be real, we are exposed to more toxins than ever before in our human history. It’s just too much for your poor body. The good news is that you can improve your body’s detoxification system naturally with the help of certain dietary and lifestyle strategies. Today, we want to talk about our top 7 strategies to detoxify your body.
We see patients with food allergies and food sensitivities at our office all the time. The good news is that once we identify your food allergies and food sensitivities, we can come up with a plan to improve your health naturally. Spoiler alert: once you improve your gut, you may be able to reintroduce these foods without symptoms.
Are you dealing with fatigue, low energy, muscle pains, headaches, digestive discomfort, or other nagging symptoms? You are not alone. We see these complaints at our clinic every day. The root cause of these chronic symptoms is usually inflammation. Don’t worry. You can reduce inflammation in your body naturally with the help of some simple dietary and lifestyle strategies. Let’s dive in and learn about our 7 tips on how to reduce inflammation in the body naturally.
We know that 2020 has been a difficult year to say the least, full of numerous stressors. As kids head back to school, some will be returning to the classroom to mingle with peers in person, some will navigate a hybrid of at-home and in-person learning, and others will continue exclusively remote schooling—leaving their parents to juggle work and supervising schoolwork. The good news is that there are steps to take to help you and your family stay healthy.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), otherwise known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), is a long-term illness that deeply impacts numerous body systems resulting in a range of wellness issues. The CDC estimates that globally around 17-24 million people from CFS or ME and those that suffer often cannot perform life’s daily activities.
Are you struggling to lose weight? Feeling depressed, irritable or fatigued more often? These symptoms, and others such as a low libido, reduced mental clarity and trouble sleeping, could be due to an imbalance of hormones in your body.
Allergies can be debilitating and cause significant interruptions to life’s routines. Ranging from minor irritations to potentially life-threatening circumstances, allergy symptoms can vary greatly. At Progressive Medical Center, we create tailor-made immunotherapy programs designed to fit each client’s needs. Our approach focuses on strengthening the immune system and eliminating irritating allergies through a multi-phase process that involves figuring out the specific root cause.
Hypothyroidism is a health condition where the human body has an underactive thyroid, which interferes with the production of crucial hormones. If left untreated over extended periods of time, hypothyroidism can cause health complications including obesity, infertility, heart problems, and joint issues. As a necessary part of the body’s lipid metabolism, a dysfunctional thyroid can also present sexual and reproductive issues if not addressed.
As a non-invasive form of medicine, chiropractic services support a cost-effective, whole-body approach as a healing science. This means that services emphasize the management of disorders without the use of medicine or surgery.
What is High Blood Pressure? Although the term sounds self-explanatory, there is a lot to consider when determining how and why your blood pressure is above normal. High blood pressure can cause or be symptomatic of a variety of issues inside the body. Blood pressure is the measure of how much force is being applied to the inside of your veins and arteries.
Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes abnormal pain processing, meaning, that people suffering from fibromyalgia have a lower pain tolerance than those who don’t. It can cause permeating pain across the whole body. There is no current known causes or treatments. But what can be done?
By 2025, the number of people affected by diabetes is projected to hit 333 million. Today, some people are facing a pandemic on two fronts. Diabetes is currently on the list of high-risk conditions by the CDC. In fact, the CDC reported that 37% of patients in Georgia who needed to be hospitalized had pre-existing diabetes.