Sleep Hygiene

Dr. Alex Jimenez describes sleep hygiene as a variety of different habits which are often necessary to achieve a proper quality of sleep in order to rise with full daytime alertness. Sleep is essential towards an individual’s mental and physical health and well-being because it plays an important role in the body’s natural healing and repairing functions. In addition to this, without proper sleep, the human body is more susceptible to cravings and unhealthy eating patterns. The most important sleep hygiene measure is to maintain regular sleeping patterns. According to Dr. Jimenez, heavy meals before bed, caffeine or alcohol before bed, and even improper sleeping postures accompanied by pain and discomfort, can be frequent poor sleep hygiene practices that can interfere with the sleep quality of many individuals. Health coaching can help individuals learn to give their body restorative rest while chiropractic care aids in the body in healing and pain relief. The various articles pertaining to sleep and sleep hygiene can help provide a useful insight towards improving sleep and overall health.

Decompression and Sciatica Sleep

Sciatica Sleep: Poor sleep can leave the body feeling off and unable to function. Not getting the proper amount of sleep can decrease health, decrease…

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Healthy Sleep, Physical Activity, and Muscle Recovery

Healthy sleep plays a vital role in the body’s overall health, as it ensures muscle growth, recovery, and illness prevention. This is especially true for…

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Sleeping With A Bulging Disc

Sleeping with a bulging disc can be challenging for the body to achieve the proper rest. And sleeping in an awkward position can add stress…

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Wellness as a Healthy Lifestyle
Wellness as a Healthy Lifestyle

Nowadays, health can mean very different things when we consider our status. Indeed, being healthy is not the same for a patient struggling with cancer…

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Use of Herbal Medicine in Menopause
Use of Herbal Medicine in Menopause

Almost one-third of a woman’s lifetime is composed of her post-menopausal years. However, to make it to that time, several rites of passage need to…

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Melatonin: Inflammatory Modulation
Melatonin: Inflammatory Modulation

Melatonin works as a link between circadian rhythms of different target tissues distributed on our body. The pineal gland primarily secretes melatonin, but other tissues…

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2020’s Topics: Intermittent Fasting.

The term intermittent fasting is used in a variety of eating settings. In fact, intermittent fasting can be used when describing a prolonged time in…

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HPA-axis. Are you stressed?

Stress, like inflammation, is a natural response. We need stress to function on a normal basis.  So, when the question arises, “Are you stressed?” the…

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