Paramus Chiropractic Care Encourages Exercise for a Healthy Heart and Mind

It is February in Paramus. It’s the month of hearts. You can’t escape the hearts! So how is your heart? Is it healthy? Is it mind-supporting? The healthy question concerns its physical health for which exercise is a no-brainer. The mind-supporting question affects  its influence on the mind and cognition and vice versa. No matter the age of its owner, the heart is essential to the life of each of our Paramus chiropractic care patients whether they have back pain or neck pain or not. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center rejoices in the healthy, mind-supporting heart!


The healthy heart needs attention. No Paramus chiropractic treatment plan is complete without it. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center encourages all our Paramus chiropractic patients and their families and friends to provide it a lot of attention. Attention via some good Paramus cardiovascular activity is incredible for the heart…and does so much more than just work the heart. It enhances the lives and minds of all people with a heart, all of us Paramus folks! Exercise increases cardiovascular fitness and lessens major depressive disorders in relatively inactive adolescent/early adulthood people. (1) Of course, the trick is to develop an exercise alternative that can inspire a characteristically sedentary depressed adolescent person to exercise on a regular basis. (2) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center is quite aware of many Paramus parents who can relate to this as well as partners of Paramus back pain sufferers turning to Paramus chiropractic help for it! Now on the other end of the spectrum, the older folks who experience better outcomes are those who keep physically active, those who keep mentally active, those who keep a positive outlook to healthy ageing, those who engage their minds. Researchers report that these folks do a mix of sedentary things (reading/crosswords) and active things (walking/helping others). Doing these things in a social context is optimal. (3) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center takes care of many older Paramus chiropractic patients who enjoy  life fully and bounce back from back pain and other aches and pains more swiftly when they are involved in life. It keeps their hearts full and their minds in touch with their hearts.


Keeping the mind full and active and keeping the heart mind-related helps all ages. One report shares that regular exercise facilitates the mind and its cognition. It reduces the risk of age-related cognitive decline. Intense exercise may even assist in certain types of memory consolidation. (4) Another report discusses that exercise like Tai Chi brings the mind into body exercise. It influences the heart rate beneficially – its rate and blood flow - for older adults’ cardiac health and cognitive function. (5) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center encourages a mix of heart-related exercise from more intense to less intense to keep the heart – the physical one and the mind-related one – in top shape.

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Schedule a Paramus chiropractic visit at Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center today. Paramus chiropractic care is all heart! Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center hopes you reach out to one of those hearts you see everywhere and let it remind you of your own heart, its health and its significance to your life.  Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center knows you rely on your heart and encourages you to use your heart to keep it and your mind healthy this month! 

A healthy heart helps maintain a healthy mind, so Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center encourages exercise. 
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