Blog Category: Top 10

  • Let's Get Moving

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    This is the last of our summer series on ten of my favorite posts over the years (I only ended a week late!). This week's review post is on the importance of getting out and moving, no matter where you find yourself in life.

  • Mentally Activating Your Nervous System

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    This week's "Best Of" is on how to get your frontal lobes and autonomic nerve system fired up. In this post, you'll find some practical approaches to keeping your mind sharp and your stress down - two pretty important things to focus on, as we start into the holiday season and deep throes of winter (hey, don't shoot the messenger!).

  • Unplugging

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    A few weeks ago, we were in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and actually came across some areas with no cell service. Woot, woot!

  • Vitamin D

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    Okay, everybody. Summer is almost over and I need to come off vacation! I have picked out the last four of the "Top 10 Best of" series and gotten them over to Emily, our very patient tech person, for updating and uploading.

  • Interview with Dr. Sue

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    This summer, we are revisiting the ten posts I believe have the greatest impact on day-to-day health. The choices are based on what we have seen in real life patients of the practice and the continuing unfolding of supportive scientific literature. How could I not pick this blog as one of the top 10? Besides being one of the best chiropractors I know, Dr. Sue is my best friend!

  • The Importance of Routine

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    This summer, we are revisiting the ten posts I believe have the greatest impact on day-to-day health. The choices are based on what we have seen in real life patients of the practice and the continuing unfolding of supportive scientific literature.

  • Protecting Your Sleep

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    It is amazing how God puts us together. One of the things I have found fascinating are the paradoxes in health. To me, there is no greater contrast in the nervous system than between the need for sleep and activity. Activity (movement) is literally food for your brain: the less active you are, the less brain activity you have. In contrast, if you are active but don't get enough sleep, you burn out the neurotransmitters in your brain! You need both rest and activity.

  • Dr. Doug's Top 10

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    This summer, we are revisiting the ten posts I believe have the greatest impact on day-to-day health. The choices are based on what we have seen in real life patients of the practice and the continuing unfolding of supportive scientific literature. This post outlines the concept I have found to be the most helpful to me and my family personally over the years: Margin.

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