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In the grips of a New York winter

Cold air makes life difficult. To start with, it makes breathing harder and affects articulation. Traditional Chinese Medicine tells us that "cold wind" is responsible for a number of maladies, both seasonal and long-term. What this tells us is that simple things like wrapping up warm and  drinking hot, nourishing liquids like tea actually make a huge difference during winter time. And if winter wellness starts with small, simple factors like this, then chiropractic and acupuncture should also be considered. 

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As your body attempts to recover and transition from pregnancy to motherhood, breastfeeding poses yet another problem for your ailing spine. 

The awkward angles and the extra weight combine to add more pressure on to an already imbalanced system. We recommend you take a proactive approach to preventing back pain from breastfeeding, thereby mitigating the additional mental stress and fatigue that results from physical pain. Here are our tips for keeping the pain away.

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As with all of life, balance is important

We are big fans of balance: work-leisure balance, mental health balance, exercise-relaxation balance and, of course, balance in the diet. Today, we want to focus on balance between two important minerals: magnesium and calcium. Calcium is well touted for its impact on bone and tooth health, and this impact becomes greater as we age. As we grow older, we face the loss of bone mineral density, which leaves us more vulnerable to injury from bone breakage. Weaker bones can be offset with diet- calcium and vitamin D are the two main minerals that help us maintain strong bones. But several studies have shown a correlation between arthritis, osteoporosis and magnesium deficiency. What's behind this link?

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Using acupuncture effectively

Many people hold on to reservations about acupuncture because it is not part of the western narrative of medicine. However, clinical evidence is starting to prove the efficacy of acupuncture in treating back pain. Having been certificed acupuncture and TCM specialists for decades, we have seen acupuncture make powerful changes in the lives of those living with chronic back pain. If you have run the gamut of western medicine trying to overcome daily back pain with little real success, it could be worth considering acupuncture.  Read on to find out how it works. 

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Is brain fitness really such an abstract concept?

It is your main muscle, after all. At a certain point, cognitive performance reaches its zenith and then begins to decline with each passing year. What's more, cognitive performance is closely linked with physical performance and key functions such as balance. One of the key risk factors in our senior populations is falling- the injuries that can be sustained are devastating. By improving cognitive performance, you can actually make yourself more physically able and less vulnerable to injury. 

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Your brain is your most powerful muscle

But each side is responsible for different function and skills, and imbalance between the two can cause neurological dysfunction and increase mental stress. The left and right brain are generally thought of as independent, but overlapping, hemispheres; harmony between the two is called hemispheric brain balance, and it is worth pursuing regardless of your age or mental condition. In fact, exercising your brain is just like physical exercise- it conditions a potent muscle, and the result is more mental acuity, energy, creativity and memory retention. All you need to get started is to focus. 

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182 8th ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

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 Monday:    8:00 am - 8:00 pm
 Tuesday:    8:30 am - 8:00 pm
 Wednesday:    8:00 am - 8:00 pm
 Thursday:    8:30 am - 7:30 pm
 Friday:    8:00 am - 7:30 pm
 Saturday:    9:00 am - 3:00 pm
 Sunday:    Closed