Archive for July, 2009

Why We Feel Good from Exercise

Why is it that we feel so good after exercising? That state of well being, how is it explained? In only the last few generations, sedentary living has been made possible by automation and technology, to the detriment of our health. Mankind’s early existence and survival depended on his or her physical strength. Now that our livelihoods no longer require physical exertion, it is essential that we maintain stamina with regular exercise.

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Why the Pain May Go Away and the Problem Remains

Here’s your chance to be a magician! All that is required is a friend, a penny and a watch!
Ask a friend to sit comfortably in a chair with his forearm exposed and resting in a horizontal position. Request that his close his eyes and concentrate on the weight of the penny that you are about the place on his forearm. At ten second intervals, simply ask if he feels the weight of the coin. You may be surprised to hear after 20-30 seconds the penny feels as though it has been lifted from his skin.

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How the Body Repairs Itself

The human body miraculously employs many different methods to heal itself. Let’s examine just a few, by comparing how the ankle, knee, and spine react to injury.

The Ankles

Our ankles swell when injured, because they possess a larger number of lubricating sacks (bursa). Nerve endings attached to the bursa become stimulated from subtle ankle movement and transmit pain impulses which ascend the leg and enter the spine to the brain….

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Burn-Out!

(Initially written for the Holiday Season, burn-out can occur any time of year!)

Now that the hustle and bustle of the Holiday Season has ended, are you ringing in the New Year rather sluggishly? You are not alone! Often at the end of stressful periods, many of us experience a condition known as “burn-out”.

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http://www.drsaracino.com/chiropractic-neurology-health-articles.html
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