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It does not matter if it is the World Cup or just an intramural soccer match. It is important to stretch and stay loose. Even though there are mixed opinions on the benefits of stretching, it is thought that stretching helps reduce injuries during activities, improve flexibility and improve range of motion for your joints. It is wise not to stretch cold muscles so make sure that you warm your body up a little bit before going into a stretching routine which allows increased blood flow to the muscles which in turn increases mobility. Warm muscles equals greater elasticity in the muscle. http://bocaratonflchiropractor.com/wp-admin/post-new.php
Awesome opportunity to treat some of the best fighters and nicest guys around. At Sports Chiropractic and Natural Health Solutions, we work with all different types of athletes with their recovery and injuries.
Sorry Paleo Diet followers
So we all know how bad grains are for the digestive system and how they promote inflammation. Humans have only been eating grains for the last 10,000 years although our genes were formed about 2million years ago. Without grains, people wouldn’t get fat and wouldn’t have high insulin levels. Since grains are very simple carbohydrates, they break down into sugar quickly. Due to this, you blood sugar spikes which causes your insulin levels to spike. When your insulin levels are always high, the inflammation process starts. Your cells then become resistant to insulin. The end result of this is diabetes.
So with all of these negative factors, why choose whole grains?
After analyzing data from more than 15,000 people aged 45-65, researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health found that as whole-grain intake went up, total mortality went down according to a new study coming out of Harvard’s School of Public Health. Eating more whole grains may decrease a person’s chances of dying by up to 15 percent.
The team’s findings were published in the latest issue of JAMA Internal Medicine. From more than 118,000 nurses and health professionals who filled out dietary questionnaires every two to four years between 1986 and 2010 the data that was collected said that of the 27,000 deaths of study participants, one-third fewer people died among the group that ate the most whole grains per day. Even after accounting for other factors such as obesity and exercise, researchers say data showed whole grains decreased a person’s overall chance of death by 9 percent. Cardiovascular-related deaths went down 15 percent.
So you want to know if you should eat whole grains or stay away from them. To be honest, if your body reacts poorly to grains, try to eliminate them from your diet. If this makes you feel better then do not eat them. If you are staying away from grains, make sure you get your nutrients elsewhere. If you are currently eating grains and notice no negative consequences then there is no reason to stop eating them. Everyone’s body is different. Everyone’s body reacts differently to whole gains. You know your body better then anyone else so the choice is yours.
What is Gluteus Medius Syndrome?
Gluteus Medius Syndrome is a pain and inflammation that is felt on the outer part of the hip. A muscle strain is the cause for Gluteus medius syndrome The gluteus medius muscle is responsible for moving the thigh away from the other thigh (abducting), as well as stabilizing the hip while walking, running and jumping.
How Did I Injure My Glut Medius?
An acute or ongoing injury can develop into Gluteus medius syndrome. A sudden increase in the intensity, frequency, or duration of training may cause this. Typically, this condition is associated with tilting of the pelvis, with running. Poor strength, flexibility and running on banked surfaces may contribute to Glut Medius syndrome. You may also have uneven leg length so it is important to check that.
What are my Symptoms of Glut Medius Syndrome?
- Pain, and often a limp, with walking or running.
- Tenderness over the outer hip.
- Pain, tenderness, swelling, warmth, or redness over the outer thigh, often worsened by moving the hip.
- Often, weakness of the hip.
- Pain or weakness that gets worse when outwardly moving the thigh.
How Can I Help Your Glut Medius Syndrome?
Your foot length will be checked first to determine if they are unequal in length. A shoe lift (orthotic) may be recommended. A very effective method of treatment has been found to be A.R.T., Graston therapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound along with heat and cryotherapy. Rather than just addressing just one area, ART® restores unimpeded motion and function to all soft tissues. Graston therapy is a soft tissue technique aimed at breaking up scar tissue and adhesions to promote the rebuilding of scar tissue in the correct line of force to strengthen the muscle, increase flexibility and movement, and promote normal function of the soft tissue. Graston therapy incorporates the use of stainless steel tools that are used to detect and treat scar tissue within muscles, ligaments, tendons and all other forms of soft tissue. By breaking up this poorly formed scar tissue and encouraging the body to form healthier and stronger scar tissue. We will also show you exercises and stretches for you to do. Kinesio tape will also be applied over and around muscles in order to assist and give support or to prevent over contraction. The tape creates a dynamic or “kinetic” moving support. This support is ideally suited for improved circulation, stabilization of injured areas and increased input to the nervous system.
Have you ever had a torn rotator cuff or broken arm and stayed home from the gym. Well don`t!
Research has shown that by performing single-side training with the non-injured limb it will minimize the effects of atrophy and accelerate healing in the injured arm. This effect is known as cross-education.You increase strength in the injured limb due to neural adaptations. You will still have to train bilaterally to trigger a hypertrophy response but you will not lose muscle as fast in the injured limb.
There is a study in the Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness that during the cross-education effect, there is a gain of strength in the range of 5 to 25 percent to the injured limb when training the opposite limb. Another major benefit is there will be less range of motion loss in the injured limb do to the cross-education effect.
Sariyildiz, M., Karacan, I., et al. Cross-Education of Muscle Strength: Cross-Training Effects are not Confined to Untrained Contralateral Homologous Muscle. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport. April 2011. Published Ahead of Print.
Zhou, Shi. Cross-Education and Neuromuscular Adaptations During Early Stage of Strength Training. Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness. 2003. 1(1), 54-60.
There will be pain in the lower part of the leg.
A calf strain occurs higher up in the back of the leg then an Achilles strain. You may have heard a “pop” or feel like you were hit in the leg. You may have sudden pain at the back of the calf. Swelling or bruising in the calf muscle may occur.
Make an appointment below to see if we can help you with your calf pain.
This one type of drink that people consume everyday is linked to
- Weight Gain
- Ugly Smile
- Heart Disease
But people still continue to drink DIET SODA!
Diet soda is marketed to the consumer as a way to drink soda and keep the weight off. There are many consequences to this myth that the marketing teams do not share with you. Diet soda does save you around 140 calories when compared to regular soda but as what cost? It has sweeteners like aspartame, saccharin, and sucralose which are linked to different health conditions.
Aspartame, saccharin, and sucralose are known to have more flavor then real sugar. Because of this, diet soda starts to dull your sense to natural sweet foods at the same time has the same effect on your body as natural sugar. These artificial sweeteners trigger insulin which sends your body into fat storage more which eventually leads to weight gain. Aspartame has also been suggested to trigger headaches.
Researchers from the University of Texas found that over the course of about a decade, diet soda drinkers had a 70% greater increase in waist circumference compared with non-drinkers.
In a University of Minnesota study, Drinking one diet soda a day was associated with a 36% increased of blood pressure, elevated glucose levels, raised cholesterol, and large waist circumference
Diet soda has no nutritional value either.
Besides degrading your health, diet soda can also ruin your gorgeous teeth. There has been research that compared the mouths of a cocaine user, a methamphetamine user, and a habitual diet-soda drinker, and found the same level of tooth erosion in each of them.
The citric acid in the soda weakens and destroys tooth enamel over time taking away that white pearly smile.
Your bones are not safe either! A 2006 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that cola intake (all kinds, not just diet) was associated with low bone-mineral density in women.
If you think that just one soft drink a day is alright then you are wrong. It could boost your risk of having a vascular event such as stroke, heart attack, or vascular death, according to researchers from the University of Miami and Columbia University.
So the next time that you are thirsty, just grab a nice cold glass of water!