Regular exercise is a great way to gear the body up for the rigors of the holiday season. Many people don’t realize the toll that long hours shopping, cooking, decorating, and wrapping presents put on the body. If your body isn’t conditioned for this ‘holiday workout’ you are putting your body at risk for injury and back and body pain. No one wants their holiday season ruined by injury or pain!
The holidays mean lots of running around for many people. This can put a lot of stress on the feet and possibly lead to increased back pain. Before making the trip to the mall, grocery store, or neighborhood caroling, make sure that you have the right pair of shoes. Many sacrifice comfort for fashion when choosing shoes, but the body often suffers for days from this. Taking care of your feet this holiday season can decrease foot and back pain.
Back pain is a common occurrence during the holidays. Common holiday activities like shopping, cooking, and decorating can put a lot of stress on the back. Low back pain can put a real damper on the cheer of the holiday season. The good news is that there are ways to relieve or minimize the pain.
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For many, this time of the year is filled with stress as holiday activities (shopping, decorating, cooking, and cleaning) are added to normal day-to day responsibilities. With this extra stress, many experience headaches. However, headaches do not have to be part of your holiday festivities. There are many natural ways to relieve headaches so that you can enjoy the holidays.
According to the World Health Organization, stress is the number one health problem in the industrialized world. During the holidays, stress is often times at an all time high. Stress can lead to high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, muscle tension in the neck and back, neck and back pain, headaches, irritability and many other problems. It’s important to manage your stress so that it won’t ruin the holidays.
The holidays are one of the most popular travel times of the year. Traveling can lead to back pain, neck pain, headaches, hip pain, and many other aches and pains. Sitting improperly, in uncomfortable seats, cramped in small spaces for hours upon hours puts a lot of stress and strain on the body. But there are ways to avoid and reduce these aches and pains so that you can enjoy the holidays.
Fatigue from loss of sleep is a common cause of many health problems during the holiday season. As wellness experts, chiropractors help patients take a different, natural approach to sleep problems. Sleep is the body’s time to re-energize and recharge to get ready for the activities of the next day. Sleep loss leads to illness, poor mood, decreased productivity, and tension. With a hectic schedule of the holiday activities, sleep is often sacrificed. Below are some easy tips to help you sleep better without the use of medications.
Winter time brings lots of snow related activities for both adults and kids. These include sledding, skiing, ice skating, and shoveling. While most of them are a lot of fun, they can also cause muscle spasms, strains, and back and body pain. Chiropractors specialize in relieving these back and body spasms, strains and pains. In addition, there some important steps to help avoid some of these winter activity related aches and pains.
Holiday decorating can be stressful for the body. Climbing ladders, bending, twisting, reaching, and lifting can aggravate back problems and lead to falls. No one wants to spend their holiday season with back pain. Follow the tips below to help avoid and relieve back pain from decorating. And if you do experience back pain from decorating, visit your chiropractor. Chiropractic adjustments and therapies are very effective at relieving back pain quickly so you can get back to enjoying the holidays!