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Healthy Living
Hand hygiene, either with soap and water or with alcohol-based handrub, is one of the best ways to avoid getting coronavirus and spreading infection to others. Indeed, hand hygiene is an easy, inexpensive, and effective way to prevent the spread of germs and keep everyone healthy. When should I wash my hands? Before leaving home...
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Like you, we’ve been closely following the news regarding the coronavirus. We’d like to take this opportunity to share a few things we’ve learned while also letting you know about the protocols we are following to ensure your safety at Forgey Chiropractic. First, a few facts:  Coronavirus has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the...
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Happy 2020! The new year brings with it the promise of new beginnings and fresh starts. This is a great time to renew your commitment to your well-being and health. Making (and keeping!) these five resolutions will help you feel your best throughout 2020 and beyond.  Eat Mindfully  If you’re used to chowing down a...
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It’s November, which means the holiday season has official started. For many people, this time of year is marked by festivities, joy and celebrations, but for others, it can be a difficult time marked by anxiety, depression and sadness. Feeling lost or overwhelmed or just plain down during holiday season can have a very real...
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When it comes to exercising, there are always new crazes and fads to try out, but for many people, good old-fashioned walking is the best way to get into shape. Walking for fitness can be invigorating, and its simplicity and convenience make it a great option for nearly anyone. Being sedentary can have a detriment...
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Change is in the air. As the temperature starts to drop and the days get shorter, take time this autumn to embrace change and revel in the fresh start of a new season. Follow these tips to start the fall in tip-top shape. 1. Get Plenty of Vitamin D We’re used to cloudy days here...
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We all know that making health a priority is important, but when life throws so many other important things at us (like work, family, friends and busy schedules), it’s hard to keep it at the top of the list. We often hear from patients who know they should be working out, eating more vegetables or...
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Because our winters tend to be relatively mild, we always see an uptick in seasonal injuries when a freak snowstorm or ice storm hits. Muscle spasms, tears and strains can also be caused by fun winter sports like sledding, skating and skiing, and even using the wrong technique when shoveling snow or walking on icy...
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Caring for your body, eating a well-balanced diet and making exercise part of your daily routine are all essential for staying healthy. Adding these good habits will also help make the results of your chiropractic care even more positive, and making small changes can add up to big differences. Making time to walk each day...
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