As a species human being require social interaction and a positive state of mind to truly be healthy. The research is clear that stress is literally killing us. At Minnesota Chiro Health, we provide all of our patients with the most current research and techniques to help them manage stress and truly be healthy. Without a positive outlook and management of life’s stresses a person cannot truly be healthy. Thinking well is as important to our health as nutrition and exercise and is essential for all healthy human beings.
Laughter to Relieve Stress

Relieve Stress and Pain with Laughter

Laughter to Relieve Stress Shared by Dr. Justin Thompson Usually, when discussing health, we stay serious in our demeanor and approach. Of course, this has its time in place in every interaction. Too often, we get caught up in the seriousness of life. This can lead to

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Reduce Pain & Inflammation

Reduce Pain & Inflammation with a Daily Green Smoothie

Mangos to Reduce Pain & Inflammation Video by Dr. Trent Yeomans Mangos are favorite fruit because of its high levels of natural sweetness. Mangos are also great for your health. They are rich in vitamin K and vitamin C which helps with effective blood clotting and forming

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Benefits of Visualization

Chiropractor Shares the Benefits of Visualization in Relation to Pain

Benefits of Visualization Shared by Dr. Erik Waldeland There are endless research study’s available that express the positive benefits of visualization ranging from increased athletic performance in professional athletes, to overall improved health in the regular population.  Visualization techniques can have a drastic effect on individuals’ emotions

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Benefits of Vitamin D

Reduce Risk of Depression with Vitamin D

Benefits of Vitamin D Shared by Dr. Justin Thompson Thinking well pertains to how we handle stress both physiologically and mentally. There are many links between these two realms of stress. Vitamin D is an example! Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that plays a crucial role

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Physical Activity to Reduce Depression 

Reduce Depression and Pain with Physical Activity

Physical Activity to Reduce Depression Shared by Dr. John Wertish Our stress levels impact everything for our energy, mood, hunger, and levels of pain. The ability to adapt to mental stress is essential to keeping pain at bay. Previously we have discussed ways to focus on our

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Think Well January 1, 2021