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Christina Carreau BA, ND

Hydrotherapy is the use of water (hot, cold, steam, or ice) to relieve discomfort and promote physical well-being.  If you have ever been to a spa then you have probably already dabbled in hydrotherapy between the hot tubs, cold plunges, saunas and steam rooms. One very accessible hydrotherapy treatment that you […]

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1) Sleep – Get to bed! Ensure adequate and quality sleep each night at least 7-8 hours. Try to be in bed by 10pm.  Adequate sleep not only fuels your immune system but it improves your ability to deal with stress.

2) Diet – Keep it clean! Eat a well-balanced and healthy diet that […]

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