For many Americans, Thanksgiving is their favorite holiday of the year…good food, good friends, good times. But for a growing number of Americans, due to increasing food sensitivities and special dietary needs, the “good food” part of Thanksgiving is becoming more and more of a challenge. So many of the traditional foods prepared for “the feast” are no longer tolerable for people who need gluten free, dairy free, caffeine free or atricificial additive free diets.
Why do you drink coffee? Why should you quit? Are there any healthy alternatives?
The American medical association estimates that 80% of all health conditions have a stress component to them. Sometimes I have had patients who I felt, based on my treatment plan and my experience in similar cases, should be improving more than they were.
There are millions of car crashes in the Unites States every year, many of them major in damage and injury. But even those that seem like minor accidents can leave long-term, painful symptoms and/or disabilities for the victims.
Many of these injuries affect the spine, which causes both chronic back and neck pain, possibly for years.
I am Dr. Michael Taggart, a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic, practicing in Kirkland, WA since 1992. I have had over 20 years of clinical experience and specialize in chronic conditions. I have advanced training in neurology, spinal rehabilitation, functional endocrinology, laboratory testing/interpretation, and nutritional therapy.
Let me introduce you to “Brain Based Therapy
Due to the fast paced lifestyle that is the norm today it is no wonder that we get tired. However, after some time off and de-stressing our energy level should come back up. If the energy level does not improve that should be of considerable concern since your productivity and your moods will ultimately plummet.
There are three main reasons that could be experiencing fatigue.