What are you grateful for?
Studies show that when you are grateful it helps you stay healthy!
-It helps you sleep better
-It can strengthen your relationships
-It’s been linked with better grades
-It benefits the heart
We are grateful for our patients and your love to learn and stay healthy!
November Chiropatients of the Month
Frank and Victoria started coming to our office a few months ago, and they are a great couple! We love how they are always smiling, and how they make sure that their health is a priority–even when life gets busy! They always make their appointments, and they are both a joy to see each week! We are blessed to know them both!
Adrian has been coming into our office for a few months and, he has done great with his chiropractic care. He knows the importance of getting adjusted especially during the winter season to keep his immune system boosted! He always makes sure to do his exercises, and he always makes his appointments! We are thankful for him and his desire to get adjusted. We love when the children in our office are excited to see us and stay well!
Kelly and Luke Long
Kelly has been coming to our office for 10+ years and is such a faithful patient. She has shared her love of chiropractic with her whole family and we are able to help them stay healthy! We have loved getting to know her on a personal basis and she has become like family!
Luke has been a patient since he was a baby and his first adjustment was a few days after he was born! Kelly knows the importance of bringing her son in for maintenance visits especially when it’s flu/cold season to boost his immune system. He always brings a fun energy to the office and we love seeing him each week!
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” – John F. Kennedy
What if there was a solution so simple that involved nothing more than feeling thankful for the good things in your life? In fact, there is. That solution is called gratitude. Studies have shown that people who regularly practice feeling thankful have a leg up when it comes to their health.
Who wouldn’t want to try it? To get started giving thanks, consider integrating some of the steps below into your daily life:
Focus Attention Outward:
Your attitude plays a large role in determining whether you can feel grateful in spite of life’s challenges. Research suggests that those who are more aware of the positive in their lives tend to focus their attention outside of themselves.
Be Mindful of What You Have:
You may assume that those with more material possessions have more to be grateful for. It’s not how much you have, but how you feel about what you have that makes the difference.
Keep a Gratitude Journal:
Recording what you feel grateful for in a journal is a great way to give thanks on a regular basis. Try listing five things on a daily basis that you’re thankful for and see how much more optimistic you find yourself!
Reframe Situations as Positive:
The next time you find yourself complaining about life’s hassles, see if you can mentally “flip the switch” to frame things differently. For example, rather than getting down about missing an opportunity, try to see the positive side about the situation.