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July 2013 Health Newsletter


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» NJAWBO Teal Heart Awarded to Dr. Mania
» Dr. Mania on the web and in person
» More Than Half Suffering From Untreated Back, Neck Pain
» Focus When Lifting To Reduce Back Injuries
» Summer Workouts Require Adjustments For Heat
» Vegetarians May Live Longer

NJAWBO Teal Heart Awarded to Dr. Mania

On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 the Northeast Region chapter of the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) awarded Carmel-Ann Mania, D.C. their prestigious "Teal Heart" Award for outstanding service to the organization. A beautiful silver-framed certificate and the characteristic "Teal Heart" pin were presented to Dr. Mania by regional President Caryn Starr-Gates (StarrGates Business Communication). Dr. Mania is the current Vice-President of Administration for the Northeast Region and has served in that position since June 2012. She has been a member in good standing with the 35 year old organization since 2009.

Author: Carmel-Ann Mania, D.C>
Source: NJAWBO
Copyright: Carmel_Ann Mania, DC 2013


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Dr. Mania on the web and in person

Please join us for the monthly FREE Teleseminars. Just go to: http://www.beingwellwithin.com/workshops/for-you/  for a complete list and to register. The seminars have so much great information, interesting and engaging guests and answers to the questions that the listeners send in, so we hope you will join us from 7:30 to 8:30 pm Wednesday July 10, 2013. Go tohttp://www.beingwellwithin.com/workshops/for-you/  to register and for more information.

Our "Healing The Healer" Caregivers Workshop was such a fabulous success that we are planning another one in July 2013! 

Our 4 hour workshop is designed to help those who have been involved as caregivers...have you cared for a sick child, elderly parents, special needs family or clients? Whether you are a paid caregiver or a family/friend caregiver, you may have experienced symptoms of compassion fatigue or even "burn out"! Caregivers, whether therapists, social workers, special education teachers, nurses, home-health aides or clergy, are highly susceptible to compassion fatigue or burnout. Family caregivers are also at risk from the numbing effects of providing care for others while neglecting their own care. (We have been certified for Social Work CEUs by NASW for this workshop.)

Healing the Healer: Overcoming Compassion Fatigue
Wednesday July 10, 2013
9 am to 1 pm
Senior Residence at St. Peter The Apostle
415 Fifth Avenue, River Edge, NJ 07661

During this in-depth workshop, you will learn practical tools and strategies to combat the effects of compassion fatigue. Role-playing, guided meditations, and physical activities will be used during a fun, relaxing discussion. You will come to understand the problem and how to prevent its emergence in your personal and professional life. Most importantly, you will understand the importance of self-care so that you can provide the high quality professional or loving services and interventions that the people you work with need and deserve. For more information or to register, go to: http://www.beingwellwithin.com/enroll.html

What you may not know is that we present workshops and seminars on timely and important topics for individual, civil and religious groups and corporate clients.In person Workshops are held locally and include "The Fine Art of Forgiveness"; "Discover Your Authentic Self", "Healing The Healer", "From Distressed To De-Stressed" and "From Anger To Zen". For more information and to enroll, visit http://www.beingwellwithin.com/enroll.html

If you have an interest in attending as an individual, or in having a presentation through a group or your company, please contact me for more information on pricing,topics and availability. We may be able to help your group fund raise or your company resolve stresses at work. Just give us the contact information and we will do the rest! If your company hires us, then you will receive free tuition for you and a friend for a live Being Well Within seminar of your choice!
Contact me at DrMania.com or carmelann@BeingWellWithin.com for more information!

Author: Carmel-Ann Mania, D.C.
Source: Dr. Mania
Copyright: Carmel-Ann Mania, D.C. 2013


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More Than Half Suffering From Untreated Back, Neck Pain

A newly published study in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics suggests that one-half to two-thirds of the population suffer from recurring back or neck pain. Researchers conducted face-to-face interviews with over 1000 Croatian participants, roughly split along male and female lines. They found that nearly 67 percent of women and 63 percent of men reported experiencing back pain. Further, 58 percent of women and 54 percent of men reported recurring neck pain. After tallying the combined results the researchers concluded that approximately half to two-thirds of the research subjects experienced frequent untreated pain that impacted the quality of their lives. Research indicates that most back and neck aliments are far better addressed by non-invasive treatments like chiropractic care than by traditional surgical remedies. Also, research has shown chiropractic care to be less expensive, far less dangerous and more effective than surgery as a treatment for the majority of these issues.

Author: ChiroPlanet.com
Source: JMPT. Volume 36, Issue 5, Pages 267-275, June 2013.
Copyright: ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2013


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Focus When Lifting To Reduce Back Injuries

New research indicates stress, mental fatigue and lack of focus all make you susceptible to back injuries during periods of heavy lifting and high stress spinal movements. The study, conducted by the International University of Health and Welfare in Japan and published in the medical journal Spine, used a 3D motion analysis system and four force plates to record kinetic data while inviting subjects to lift a box off the ground. Subjects were required to lift the box while solving arithmetic problems and again without the mental calculations. Interestingly, while solving the math problems the research subjects exhibited poor trunk and pelvis angles for squat and stoop postures which resulted in increased low back load. The researchers concluded that the increased load increased the risk of back injuries and helped to explain the effect of ergonomic demands of lifting tasks, as well as psychosocial factors responsible for the onset of disabling back pain. They recommended that individuals reduce the risks by focusing on the task and avoiding heavy lifting when fatigued or distracted.

Author: ChiroPlanet.com
Source: Spine: 01 June 2013 - Volume 38 - Issue 13 - p E832–E839.
Copyright: ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2013


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Summer Workouts Require Adjustments For Heat

Fitness buffs are familiar with the difficulties summer can pose when working out. As temperatures rise, it can be difficult to maintain a workout routine. However, experts advise the best way to deal with the heat is to reduce the impact of your exercise routine and give yourself time to acclimate to it. Researchers from the American Council on Exercise report that the average, healthy individual needs 10-14 days to fully acclimate to exercising in increased temperatures. They advise that the only way to do that is to embrace the heat and continue to exercise. After your body has adjusted to the new temperatures, individuals sweat sooner, have a lower core temperature and heart rate response, and are at a reduced risk for dehydration. Experts caution that during the acclimation period, it's important to adjust the strenuousness of your workouts and be aware of the increased risks. But, while approximately 25 percent of individuals report being heat-intolerant when the season begins, that number drops to 2 percent after the acclimation period, according to experts. Unfortunately, the increased tolerance to heat is easy to lose. Experts estimate that for every two days you fail to exercise in the heat, one day of acclimation is lost, thus after a two week break, you are back at square one with the acclimation process.

Author: ChiroPlanet.com
Source: Reuters. July 8, 2013.
Copyright: ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2013


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Vegetarians May Live Longer

A five year study of people's eating habits suggests that people who limit or eliminate meat from their diets are less likely to die over time. Researchers at Loma Linda University in California studied data from over 70,000 participants and found that people who eat mostly fruits and vegetables enjoyed a reduced risk of heart disease and other diet-related causes of death. In the test group, 8 percent of subjects described themselves as vegans who didn't eat any animal products, 29 percent were lacto-ovo-vegetarians who didn't eat fish or meat but did eat dairy and egg products, and 15 percent occasionally ate meat and fish. The researchers found that while seven out of 1000 individuals died in any given period of time, the death rate among vegetarians and occasional meat-eaters dropped to five or six individuals in the same time period. However, the researchers were reluctant to attribute the effect solely to the test subject's diet choices. They pointed out that the vegetarians also generally worked out more, were better educated, less likely to smoke and weighed less, all of which contributed to their decreased mortality rate. Still, they concluded that the data suggests that reducing or eliminating animal products from your diet could lead to healthier overall outcomes.

Author: ChiroPlanet.com
Source: JAMA Internal Medicine, online June 3, 2013.
Copyright: ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2013


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