August 11, 2017
Why do babies visit the chiropractor?
Need help with:
Handling the stress of the holidays?
Fighting off a cold?
Performing well at work or in school?
Working effectively and safely?
Sleep will help you! Nightly sleep is critical for proper function of the brain, immune system, endocrine system, digestion, recovery from injury and restoration of health. All new patients in our office fill out a form with how many hours of sleep they typically get each night. This is because we know and understand how quality sleep is critical for good health. If you or someone you know has trouble shutting of their mind to fall asleep or can’t stay asleep to due to pain let us know, we love helping others on the road to better health and vitality.
According to an article online at Healthy People 2020, sleep disorders and chronic short sleep are associated with an increased risk of:
High blood pressure
Read more about Sleep Health at: https://sleepfoundation.org/how-sleep-works/how-much-sleep-do-we-really-need
Although the holidays are busy, make sleep a priority. Your health will thank you.
-Dr. Jessica Dredske, D.C.