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Reasons for neck pain after sleeping

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 March 2017, Muscle and joint
neck-pain

Experiencing neck pain in the morning is common, and often caused by the neck being in an uncomfortable position while you sleep. This can be due to your natural sleeping position, your pillows, your mattress or being pregnant.

In this article, we explore these causes in more detail, and discuss exercises and remedies to help.

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How massage can act as a painkiller

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 16 February 2017, Muscle and joint
massage

A massage can easily make any day’s woes disappear.

Indeed, there are few things in life more relaxing than a 60-minute body massage. The healing power of touch has the ability to send waves of calmness through the body, easing feelings of stress, anxiety, and pain…

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A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash: Joint Aches and Pains

by Mackie Vadacchino, CEO/PDG - A.Vogel, on 13 February 2017, Menopause, Muscle and joint

Welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. In 2015 we surveyed our newsletter subscribers to get a better idea of what ails them during Menopause and to our surprise the #2 complaint, just behind hot flashes and night sweats, was muscle and joint aches and pains.

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Nutrition Tips for Gout

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 30 January 2017, Muscle and joint
gout

Waking up in the middle of the night is a bother for most people. The after-effects of disturbed sleep are typically experienced the next day in the form of grogginess, lack of concentration, and moodiness that can negatively impact your personal relationships.  Waking up due to gout attacks, however, brings a whole new set of problems on top of already reduced productivity and tiredness…

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Are you suffering from text neck syndrome?

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 15 December 2016, Muscle and joint
text-neck-syndrome

Let’s face it: if you live in North America, you are probably guilty of spending too much time in front of electronic screens.

The repeated use of electronic devices influences our posture, and can have other impacts on our health.

Using these devices typically requires a head-forward-and-down position, which increases the stress on the neck and may lead to musculoskeletal problems….

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