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In the majority of cases, repeated or sustained positions and activities over many hours and days make the lower back more prone to injury.

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Planning a road trip this summer? Your spine is designed to move. Sitting in one position in a car will stiffen up your back muscles and can lead to achiness and possibly muscle spasm. If possible, schedule stops—ideally every 30 minutes—and get out of the car so you can stretch.

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Use your drive time to release some of the tension you build up in your neck. While you’re driving, lean your head back against the headrest. Doing so will naturally raise your chin to a comfortable position and take some of the pressure off of your neck muscles, giving them a needed rest.
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There are many Dallas Chiropractors in the Metroplex and it may be difficult to understand which one is the right one for you. Here are five things that you should look for when selecting the chiropractic practice for you. https://www.premierhealthchiropractic.com/blog/chiropractor/5-traits-look-chiropractic-practice/
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It only takes a few chiropractor sessions to start to notice a difference!
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We firmly believe that true health encompasses every facet of your wellness.
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Belly snoozing is the worst position to sleep in. You have to turn your head to the left or right, and that creates neck strain. Instead, either sleep on your back with pillows under your knees or on your side with pillows between your knees.
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