Introduction Pregnancy is a beautiful journey, but it often comes with its fair share of discomforts. From back pain, hip pain, to sciatica and round ligament pain, expectant mothers in…
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Tennis is a high-impact sport that can cause various injuries to the body. At our chiropractic clinic, we often treat 3 common tennis injuries in Singapore. Common Tennis Injuries in…
A study have shown that after completion of multimodal chiropractic rehabilitation treatment 28 scoliosis patients reported improvement not just with pain but as well as Cobb angle and disability. If you want to know more, dig in!
Carrying a child and giving birth is arguably one of the most fulfilling experience for a woman. However, along with the happiness that it brings to a couple it is not without some physical and overall health risks for the mother. There are an estimated 6.4 million women who get pregnant each year, according to MIT Pro-Choice. With this staggering number of pregnancy, you’d expect that someone should have found a way to make pregnancy less difficult in general, especially physically like the nagging back pain. While there is actually a way, most women seem to be dealing with the same struggles until now because most women dismiss their symptoms as common among pregnant women. You don’t have to do that because there are ways to relieve that pain so you can actually enjoy your pregnancy.
With all the diet hacks and tips circulating online and given out by people around you, you’d wonder why losing weight is such a struggle. We should be all experts and thin right now, right? Well, not really. Because not every information you’re probably getting and following is not accurate which is just causing you to gain even more pounds. Here are some of those diet myths that could be ruining your fitness efforts!
Getting enough sleep allows your body to repair muscles and keep your hormone levels up. So basically, sleeping is your body’s way of going into repair mode. Therefore, as you become renewed when you wake up, you are able to train harder and better. Sleep helps your body regenerate much needed overall energy in order to perform at your best. But aside from sleep, food can also give you the energy that you need when you feel like you’re having trouble maintain it even with ample of rest.