Dave Asprey, founder of Bulletproof and author of New York Times bestseller, The Bulletproof Diet, is a Silicon Valley investor and technology entrepreneur who spent two decades and over $300,000 to hack his own biology.
With the rush to shop, cook, clean, and all the other preparation that goes into getting ready for the holidays, back pain can occur at the worst time. Though for the majority of Americans, symptoms don’t just plague them only once or twice a year.
Thanksgiving meals can be a guilt free right? Well, maybe not entirely…but even so, there are certain ingredients or recipes that may be able to mitigate some of the guilt that comes along with this iconic holiday meal. Here are three alternative ingredients and techniques to make your holiday meal just a little more guilt-free.
Opiates are go-to drugs that many doctors will prescribe when a patient feels pain from surgery or chronic back pain. Though they are very effective at temporarily relieving pain, they may actually cause more of it in the long run according to Jianren Mao, a physician and pain researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Halloween is challenging enough for most parents, with or without spine problems. Making sure all the decorations are up and are as spooky as possible, the struggle getting the kids to look perfect dressed up as their favorite characters, and walking around town Trick or Treating can really take a toll on your back.
Did you see Harry Connick Jr. invert on a Teeter Inversion Table? He tested “trending fitness products” that help improve fitness and health – one of which was the Teeter EP-560.
Our spines are so important for an improved quality of life. Back pain negatively affects the core, connecting muscles, ligaments and nerves throughout our body, which can restrict movement and decrease energy levels amongst many other negative health effects! Your spinal health is a key component in your overall health.
As a writer, Colleen Story is all too familiar with the compression and pain in the back caused from too many hours sitting. She had suffered from a herniated disc in her 30’s, and most recently suffered a set-back that had her seriously considering the Teeter Inversion Table she had heard so much about.
Teeter wants to encourage you to get more limber! Yes, we know that getting more flexible is difficult, but there are so many benefits that you’re missing out on if you don’t try! Flexibility is one of the keys to relieve stress, have better posture, and relieve back pain.
Stress is a given in our busy lives. A bad work week, lack of sleep or not enough relaxation time can make you mentally tired, cranky and leave your muscles tense and wracked with tightness. Yoga not only releases tension in your tired muscles but it calms the mind as well.