As a species human being require social interaction and a positive state of mind to truly be healthy. The research is clear that stress is literally killing us. At Texas Chiro Health, we provide all of our patients with the most current research and techniques to help them manage stress and truly be healthy. Without a positive outlook and management of life’s stresses a person cannot truly be healthy. Thinking well is as important to our health as nutrition and exercise and is essential for all healthy human beings.
Lower Stress to Avoid Headaches

How to Avoid Headaches and Lower Stress

Lower Stress to Avoid Headaches Share by Dr. Bryan Stephens “The law of flotation was not discovered by contemplating the sinking of things.” -Thomas Troward This quote seems to make perfect sense when you think about it.  If you focus on what you want, you can work

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Lower Stress and Pain

Lower Stress and Pain with Deep Breathing

Deep Breathing to Lower Stress and Pain Shared by Dr. Antonio Flaquer Why is breathing such an essential component to managing stress? A lot of it has to do with the chemical effects that happen in our bodies when we do deep breathing. But did you know

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Chiropractor cites research on how you can Manage Stress with Chiropractic.

Manage Stress with Chiropractic: A Review of the Research

Dallas Chiropractor Best Practices Research Commentary; Manage Stress with Chiropractic Stress Management: An explanatory study of chiropractic patients   A review of Jamison, J. R. (2004, October 18). Stress management: An exploratory study of Chiropractic patients. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. Retrieved September 1, 2022, from

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Reduce Stress and Pain

The Importance of Sleep to Reduce Stress and Pain

How to Reduce Stress and Pain Shared by Dr. Antonio Flaquer How Important Is Sleep to Help Reduce Stress and Pain? Sleep is one of the most underrated topics when we talk about health. Ever wonder why we’ve been told as a society that we can just

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Think Well January 1, 2021