Break your sugar cravings. First, ask yourself if your cravings feel emotional, habitual, physical, or a combination of all three. It’s essential to understand the source of the craving as each type requires a different strategy for breaking it. Emotional cravings are tied to your state of mind. An example is rewarding yourself with a cookie for making it through a tough day. A habitual craving occurs when sugar is associated with an event. Foraging through your co-worker's candy drawer at 3pm everyday can be a habitual craving. A physical craving feels visceral and out of your control. From my experience as a nutritionist, these are four physical reasons why you may be craving sugar and what to do about it.
Like most people, you probably stuff your handbag with enough supplies to carry you through any situation. A walletful of membership cards. Reading material for a week. An extra pair of shoes. Just in case, right? But as a chiropractor, I know this can lead to serious problems. That's because your heavy bag is most likely pulling one side of your body down, causing a core imbalance. And that's one of the root causes of back pain. A heavy purse or messenger bag — yes, this can apply to men, too — can also cause tension in your neck and shoulder muscles.
Massage is a long term investment. Make the benefits of your massage last longer by taking a few of these easy steps. 1. Hydrate with plenty of water before and after massage treatment. 2. Avoid strenuous exercise or lifting. 3. Plan properly prior to your massage. 4. Get regular bodywork. 5. Ask for what you want