The benefits of exercise are abundant. Heart health, brain function, mood, weight loss, and bone structure, among other things, can all be improved with proper exercise. However, like most things, there can be some uncomfortable side effects from exercise. One of the most common, especially for people who are new or returning to an exercise routine after some time off, is known as delayed onset muscle soreness.
If you have been reading my articles, you may have noticed a recurring theme: Health conditions related to lifestyle problems. Heart disease, diabetes, leaky gut syndrome, obesity, and some cancers have been mentioned. As discussed, a major issue with these conditions is that conventional medicine does not have an answer to the prevention and treatment of these diseases. However, through creating good habits and adopting a new approach to health, many of these conditions can be prevented or reversed. In our office, we use a number of different methods, formulated together into a life-altering program known as 8 Weeks to Wellness. The five pieces of 8 Weeks to Wellness include chiropractic care, nutrition counseling, functional exercise, massage, and mindfulness.