All posts tagged: prevention

[Infographic] Reformer Pilates Exercises Suitable For Beginners

Mental health is just as important as physical health, and incorporating a regular fitness routine into your lifestyle is beneficial for both your body and your brain! Mind-body workouts are underestimated as a fantastic way of conditioning both your body and incorporating mindfulness into your practice. Pilates is one of those important mind-body workouts and

Showing our support for Cancer Month 2017

Daily we hear stories of terminally ill patients, patients with life threatening diseases, but most concerning is the amount of cancer patients contacting us for help. The trend is unmistakable, cancer is on the rise, and it’s not just the elderly! Just this week a relative of a 7 year old cancer victim phoned us.

Ozone Therapy and Prevention

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, these words were spoken by Mr Benjamin Franklin. Yes, when he said these words, he wasn’t necessarily talking about healthcare, but of fire prevention. Even so, these words are none the less true. We should live by these words, not just in healthcare but in

Stroke & Ozone Therapy

Stroke (or cerebrovascular accident (CVA)) is the clinical designation for a rapidly developing loss of brain function due to an interruption in the blood supply to all or part of the brain. This phenomenon can be caused by thrombosis, embolism, or hemorrhage. Stroke is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurological damage or even

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Ozone Therapy

Many people with carpal tunnel syndrome have gradually increasing symptoms over time. The first symptoms of CTS may appear when sleeping, and typically include numbness and paresthesia (a burning and tingling sensation) in the fingers, especially the thumb, index, and middle fingers. These symptoms appear at night because many people sleep with bent wrists, which

Coffee vs Tea

We all have our beverage of choice and most of us would fight to the death when trying to convince others why our choice is better. But the fact of the matter is both tea and coffee have their pros and cons and it all boils down to which one you prefer. Some of us

How exercise makes you happy

Regular exercise can improve your overall health by 30%. Exercise will boost your self esteem, mood, energy, quality of sleep, reduce your risk of heart disease, stress, depression and Alzheimer’s. Here are a few proven medical benefits of exercise: Lower risk of breast cancer by up to 20% Lower risk of early death by up

Prevention: The Key To Longevity

We all dread going to the Doctor, not because of what they might find but the fact that it is very time consuming and an overall schlep. We do not realize the importance of going for yearly checkups. We, as busy human beings, believe that if we feel okay we are okay. This is far

Cord blood stem cells save lives

Giving birth to a child is one of the most amazing things parents will ever experience, but how would you feel if your baby’s birth could save a life? Cord blood stem cells, found in the umbilical cord, have proven to work better than normal bone marrow. Cord blood stem cells are biologically younger and

11 ways men and women deal with depression

Depression comes in many shapes and sizes. Some of us can live with mild depression without ever knowing it, whereas others may suffer severe depression which completely takes over their lives. Each and every one of us will suffer from depression at one point or another, depending on what’s happening in your life. Depression in