Suffering from poor circulation, constipation, depression, fatigue, thinning
bones, weight gain, or memory loss? These are just a few things that
exercise can improve. The newest research shows the surest way to build
brain power is by exercising. I know you are busy and you think that you
do not need to exercise because you are "running around all day", but the truth
is, that is not exercising. Exercise is putting aside time to focus only
on moving your body. If you do not know how, start to walk, then seek out
a friend who likes to exercise, and exercise with them. I always feel that
you cannot push yourself like a personal trainer can, so I am a huge advocate of
hiring a personal trainer. After a couple of sessions, you will start to
see the changes in your body, your sleep, your anxiety levels and after a few
months you will see it on your blood work. It is important to note that learning to do a new movement is extremely important in training the brain.
Dr. Kim Maziarz- Carlucci, DC
I have been a chiropractor for since 1996 but an athlete since I played baseball with the boys in the early pee wee leagues. I continued with sports throughout my high school career: softball, basketball, skiing and competitive horseback riding. In chiropractic school I was introduced to functional exercise and structural rehabilitation and continue to do this type of exercise to this day with great success.