Concussion Management: Heal the Brain

Concussion Management: Healing The Brain to heal the pain This article should by no means be used as a basis to diagnose or treat an individual following a concussion. Please collaborate with a healthcare provider, certified trainer, and/or teacher in developing an appropriate care plan. In 2014, Concussions or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) killed about …

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Super Bowl 2019 – Can’t Have a Head Injury Without a Neck Injury

Source Image: USA Today You Can’t Have a Head Injury Without a Neck Injury Yesterday the Rams put up a good fight against the New England Patriots, but in the end the Patriots prevailed. Football has always been a hard hit sport not intended for the muscularly challenged individuals; and for good reason! Source Image: …

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6 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure for a Happy Heart

Happy Heart month! Happy Heart month! February isn’t just the month of love and hearts because of Valentine’s day, but it is officially the American Heart Month. For good reason we should think of our heart, not just because Disney or Roxette says so, but because the vitality of our heart is directly related to …

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Grateful Brain – On a Dish Best Served Warm for Thanksgiving

Source image 1 and 2 As Thanksgiving Day approaches and followed by Every-Man-For-Themselves day AKA “Black Friday” following afterward, don’t forget to be thankful. Being thankful and having an attitude of thanks does not only strengthen relationships and is seen as socially awesome, but also “It does a body good!”. Physiologically our bodies are wired for …

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10 Signs That You May Be At Risk Of Alzheimer’s — And What To Do If You Are

WHAT IS ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE? Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive breakdown of the brain where memory and thinking skills decline; eventually the simplest tasks of daily living become impossible. This degradation occurs when the nerve cells within the brain begin to “malfunction” as a result of an accumulation of various protein fragments called amyloid and tau. …

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