According to a recent article in U.S. News and World Report, women and men who regularly enjoy cultural events such as museums, plays, and concerts, live longer than women and men who don't.
Another series of studies revealed that people who have a strong faith in a supreme being and an ordered universe are happier than those without some kind of faith. Of course, everyone has seen plenty of information that indicates a balanced diet and regular exercise help insure a longer, healthier life.
But, you know, there's one more thing. You could do all these activities and still leave one critical element out. In the equation that adds up to a long healthy life, chiropractic clinical studies show that regular chiropractic care helps add years to your life and life to your years.
Women in particular, with the frequent incidence of osteoporosis, need to protect their overall health by maintaining the health of their spines. As much work as women do, out and inside the home, weekdays and weekends, it is critical for them to take care of themselves.
From lugging baby seats, laptops and briefcases; to hauling soccer equipment; to getting in and out of a van or truck all day, women constantly endure challenges to their body's support structure..their backs. Many women will have some type of neck or back pain that will slow them down sometime during the year. Obviously, this will affect the quality of their lives and the lives of their co-workers who must assume their responsibilities and their families who love and care about them.
Chiropractic care is a great conservative "insurance policy" to help women function at their normal high activity level. In the case of existing back pain, it is the first choice infixing the problem that is causing the back pain. You could medicate for temporary relief, but other studies show that more and more people are turning away from medication because of unwanted side effects. Other information concludes that filing to address the cause of your back pain could leave you destined for degeneration of the spinal bones and, over the long term, diminished health.
With all this information in mind, we now know what to do to ensure a longer, happier, healthier life: Appreciate art. Have faith. Eat right. Exercise. GET CHIROPRACTIC CARE.