Fall and the holiday season are both popular times for back pain to rear its ugly head. This could be due to several reasons. Read on to find out how to prevent back pain this fall.
It’s hard to believe, but fall and the Holidays are here. If you’re thinking this might be a good time to start exercising, or to boost your current fitness routine, I’m right there with you. Although fall is busier than summer for most of us, it also benefits from schedule and routine– both of which we can use to our advantage to establish an exercise habit and get fit this fall.
Acknowledge your need to be healthy and fit, and recognize that it deserves some of your time and energy. Your health and sense of well being are important, to you and your family. They’re as important as work, play group, soccer practice, piano lessons and volunteer activities. Many women have trouble taking time to exercise. If that’s been an issue for you in the past, work to move beyond it this fall. Set a goal, write it down, put it on your calendar – or do it takes to help you make exercise, fitness and your health a priority.
Basic fact: It’s hard to not love fall. There’s the crisp, fresh air, the excitement of new beginnings, the pumpkin everything…you get the idea. But aside from pumpkin latte-induced giddiness, there’s a whole separate reason to love the season: It’s a perfect time to get your butt in gear and start achieving your weight-loss goals.
Could there be a more perfect time to go for a run outside? You don’t have to bundle up in your Polar Vortex gear just yet, and you also don’t have to carry a life preserver in case you drown in a pool of sweat (kidding…kind of); and it’s LA, so fall is the perfect running weather. In other words, fall weather is the Goldilocks of outdoor exercise temperatures.
Take a minute to really think about all of the roasted veggie recipes you can whip up. There are so many, and they’re all so good. Fall fruits and vegetables are at their peak flavor right now, so it’s a great time to rekindle your love for them. Try adding fresh apples to a fall salad, or also work really well in hearty soups and stews.”
Time to Visit your Chiropractor
Fall offers that rare moment during the day, where you can schedule to visit your Tannenbaum Chiropractic in Beverly Hills or any yelp chiropractors near you. Whether coming in for a chiropractic adjustment, acupuncture or a massage, the hectic schedule of Fall, also allows you to schedule in an appoint with Dr. Tannenbaum. Stay healthy this fall with Tannenbaum Chiropractic.