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Weekly Health Update
Week   of: Monday, May 28th, 2012
Courtesy of:
Health and Wellness Chiropractic
(701) 483-6325

"To wish to be well is a part of becoming well." ~   Seneca


Mental Attitude: Bad Obligation?
Ever stay on a job   longer than you wanted because you felt obligated? Staying in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives can lead to emotional exhaustion, a chronic state of physical and mental depletion resulting from continuous stress and excessive job demands.
Human Relations,   April 2012
Health Alert: Chronic Stress!
Psychological stress is associated with greater risk for depression, heart disease and infectious diseases. Until now, it has not been clear exactly how stress influences disease and health. Chronic psychological stress is associated with the body losing its ability to regulate the inflammatory response. Inflammation is partly regulated by the hormone cortisol and when cortisol is not allowed to serve this function, inflammation can get out of control. Prolonged stress alters the effectiveness of cortisol to regulate the inflammatory response because it decreases tissue sensitivity to the hormone. Specifically, immune cells become insensitive to cortisol's regulatory effect. In turn, runaway inflammation is thought to promote the development and progression of many diseases.
Proceedings of the   National Academy of Sciences, April 2012
Diet: Your Knees!
The supplement glucosamine sulfate taken at oral doses of 1500 mg a day is more effective than a placebo in treating symptoms for patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.
Arthritis &   Rheumatism, 2007
Exercise: Exercise Your Arthritis Away!
Subjects with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis who participated in aerobic conditioning exercise showed significant improvement over control subjects who participated in only range of motion exercises.
Arthritis &   Rheumatism, 1984
Chiropractic: Another Reason To Maintain Spinal Health!
Whatever the cause, by age 50, 85-90% of adults show evidence of degenerative disk disease at   autopsy.
Arthritis &   Rheumatism, 1979
Wellness/Prevention: What's For Breakfast?
Eating foods at breakfast that have a low glycemic index may help prevent a spike in blood sugar throughout the morning and after the next meal of the day. These breakfast foods can also increase feelings of satiety and fullness and may make people less likely to overeat throughout the day. The glycemic index ranks foods on the extent to which they raise blood sugar levels after eating. Foods with a high index are rapidly digested and result in high fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Foods with a low glycemic index produce gradual rises in blood sugar and insulin levels and are considered healthier, especially for people with diabetes. Low glycemic foods include rolled oats, whole grains, nuts and seeds, sweet potato, barley b-glucan, yam flour, glucomannan, durum pasta, vegetable flours, chia/flax seed and   resistant starch.
Journal of Nutrition   and Metabolism, April 2012

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- Dr. Dan Olson
President, Olson Bros. Chiropractic
Roseville, MN

My visit was the best I have had in years. I had been having pain in my neck and shoulders for so long with no relief. They were able to spot the problem and fix it. It was amazing how much better I felt! THANK YOU! There is a real element of caring when you walk into this office and it extends even after you have left the building. I sure wish there were more Chiropractors out there like this