• 28 MAR 16
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    Top 10 Foods to Boost your Brain Power

    Do you find yourself flagging halfway through the day, with your brain wanting to give up until the next morning, or until you’ve managed to sleep a little and refresh your senses? Or do you find yourself halfway through a revision session, needing a little extra something to get you over that mental bridge that

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    • 24 DEC 14
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    The Philosophy of Chiropractic

    The chiropractic perspective on health and disease is different than that of modern medicine and operates in a unique philosophy. The chiropractic philosophy is a combination of critical thinking, open-mindedness and recognition of the natural order of things. It focuses on the relationship between patients and their environment conducive to a functional well-being. While there

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    • 16 JUN 16
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    The Benefits of Chiropractic for Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia is a syndrome characterised by muscle pain, tender spots throughout the body and a number of other symptoms including fatigue, headaches, brain fog, difficulty sleeping, and for women, painful menstruation. The current criteria for a diagnosis are that a patient must have experienced pain in all four quadrants of the body for a minimum

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    • 18 FEB 16
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    New Evidence Suggests that What You’re Putting in Your Mouth may be Hurting More than Your Waistline- It may Also be Hurting Your Brain

    Everybody is aware of the benefits of healthy eating.  However, as Ringwood chiropractor, Dr Tracey Lademann explains, new findings are suggesting that gut health may be far more important for brain functioning than we had originally thought. Do you ever feel low of energy, depressed, anxious, stressed or unmotivated? You want to enjoy yourself and

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    • 26 AUG 15
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    Migraine Triggers

    The international healthcare group Bupa estimates that around two million Australians experience migraines.   Many health experts blame an unhealthy lifestyle, which seems to be increasingly popular, that consists of a diet that consists of a lot of junk food and little nutrition, demanding and stressful days, and lack of consistent schedule for the prevalence of

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    • 17 DEC 15
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    Migraine Food Triggers

    Migraines affect an estimated 12-15% of Australians, so if you’ve never had one, the odds are you know someone who has. If you do suffer from migraines, you’ll be thrilled to learn that there are a few simple dietary changes you can make to reduce   the frequency and severity of your attacks. Although stress

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    • 04 FEB 15
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    Like a real pain in the neck …

    Think about your neck and shoulders right now, do you feel any discomfort at all? Chances are that many of you who are reading this will notice at least a slight twinge as you become more aware of this part of your body. The sad truth is that most of us at some point in

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