Category Archives: Heart Disease

Cardiovascular Health, Heart Disease | Feb 2, 2016

How To Lower Your Cholesterol With Chiropractic Treatment In Atlanta

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately 30% of Americans have excessive levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or the harmful type of cholesterol. Research shows that people who suffer from high cholesterol levels are twice as likely to develop some form of heart disease, as those who…

Cardiovascular Health, Heart Disease | Feb 9, 2016

Research Proves Chiropractic Care Reduces High Blood Pressure

A recent study conducted by Palmer Chiropractic College found that regular spinal adjustments can significantly support the health and performance of your cardiovascular system. In fact, patients who receive Chiropractic Adjustments at least four times a month can: Lower their blood pressure Stabilize their heart rate Reduce chest pain Lower their…

Cardiovascular Health, Heart Disease | Feb 16, 2016

The Effects of Heart Disease Can Be Reversed With Chiropractic Care

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with heart disease and there is a keen interest in living a longer, healthier life, Chiropractic care can help. Basic Chiropractic Adjustments can reverse the effects of heart disease, while also creating an extensive list of other ailments and conditions.…

Cardiovascular Health, Heart Disease | Feb 23, 2016

Use Chiropractic Treatment To Prevent and Treat Heart Disease

Since February is National Heart Health Month, it’s the perfect time to discuss how Chiropractic care can significantly reduce the risk of experiencing Cardiovascular Disease. For citizens of the United States, heart disease serves as the number one cause of death and is responsible for killing over 600,000 people each…

Chiropractic, Diabetes, Heart Disease | Dec 15, 2016

Avoid Various Critical Health Issues By Reducing Your Sugar Intake

Medical studies show that women may crave sweets more often than men due to a particular hormone called estradiol. This hormone plays a critical role in supporting women's' ability to reproduce, which may also identify why some women notice sugar cravings during their period or when going through menopause. Other…

Heart Disease | Mar 22, 2019

Tips To Prevent Heart Disease

One of the leading causes of death in the United States is heart disease. Although this may be concerning and rightfully so, know that there are many things you can do to help improve your overall heart health and the best part is- you can start right now!

Heart Disease | Mar 25, 2019

Protect Yourself From Heart Disease With The Right Diet Plan

Even with all we know about heart disease, it still remains the leading cause of death in the United States. However, even though this disease is known as a silent killer, there are many tools and prevention tactics to protect yourself in creating a strong healthy heart.

Improve Mental and Physical Health By Adding More Omega-3 To Your Diet | AICA Atlanta

Cardiovascular Health, Heart Disease | Feb 10, 2020

Improve Mental and Physical Health By Adding More Omega-3 To Your Diet

With multiple health crazes on the rise, it’s hard to know what is good for you and what is not. Foods with omega-3’s are packed with nutrients to help improve mental health, as well as multiple other benefits.

Optimizing Intestinal Health With Chiropractic Care | AICA Atlanta

Health & Wellness, Heart Disease, Inflammation | Mar 16, 2020

Optimizing Intestinal Health With Chiropractic Care

When the large intestine is not working at its highest capacity, other problems such as low back pain, iliotibial band, and thumb pain can occur. Pain, weakness, and spasms can present in the lower back as well as the outer area of the leg and the flank muscles.

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