The holidays are an exciting time for many people. They also present challenges when it comes to starting and maintaining healthy habits. Practicing good habits during this time will help you through a stressful season and set the stage for a healthy new year.

  1. Adapt to the season in a positive way. Focus on how you can stay motivated and keep building on a foundation of health.
  2. Choose nutritious, natural foods whenever possible. Make a list of your favorite healthy recipes and ingredients and stock up for easy access. That will help offset the consumption of empty calories at holiday events.
  3. Give acupuncture a try. Regular acupuncture treatments have several positive benefits for your overall health.
  4. Release pain and stay comfortable. Minimize aches, pains, and increase your range of motion with targeted treatments.
  5. Stick with your favorite exercise while you’re making seasonal adjustments. A 30-minute walk or an hour at an exercise class will do wonders for your stamina and mental clarity.
  6. Listen to your body. Amid the hustle and bustle, it’s easy to lose focus. Incorporate healthy alternatives into your life and become more aware of how your body responds to them.
  7. Prepare for your best year. No matter where you are on your wellness journey, let us help you reach your goals.

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Dr. Lori Weinstock at BodyMind Wellness Center
At the BodyMind Wellness Center, our approach to wellness is cause-and-effect based. Here, your journey begins with a personalized evaluation to determine the root cause. Next, we utilize a variety of targeted treatment options to create your customized path to improved health. Often, progress is achieved through Chiropractic adjustments combined with acupuncture, microcurrent therapy, nutritional and exercise recommendations for complete care.
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