Is your most valuable asset your home or your car? Most homes in El Paso are worth between $100,000 and $300,000. Most new nice cars cost between $25,000-$35,000 with luxury cars going for $40,000-$90,000. Given those numbers all people would agree that their home is their most valuable asset. But what about your ability to earn money? If you only made $8.00/hr. you would earn approximately $665,000 if you started working at age 20 and work until age 60. Most people work past age sixty. If you made $20/hr. you would earn $1,664,000 during the same 40 years. Professional careers pay much more and people can earn between $50-$150 /hr. At $50/hr. you could earn over $4,000,000 and at $150/hr. you could earn in excess of $12,000,000!
Your earning capacity is your most valuable asset. Losing your health can greatly impact your ability to earn money and provide for your family.
I recently saw a patient of mine a couple of days ago whose health has continued to decline over the years. He’s stressed out, overworked and his business is not doing so well. He’s in danger of losing his livelihood. He has also gained over fifty pounds in the last three years. His blood pressure is high, his blood sugar is in a dangerous zone and he’s a walking time bomb. His wife is overly demanding and his brother has caused lots of grief so that now he no longer has a good relationship with him or his mother.
His father passed away about a year ago which was a blessing to all because his mother suffered as a result of having to take care of him as his health was very poor. So for many years this poor wife neglected her health to take care of her sick husband and now suffers greatly because of the neglect to her own health. I know these can be difficult situations but YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR OWN HEALTH, at least for too long. Yes you can get away with it for some time but eventually that neglect will catch up to you in some form or another. You could have a heart attack or stroke. If you’re lucky you might survive and live. If you’re extra lucky hopefully you will not have partial paralysis, speech or cognitive problems. I’m sure many if not most of you have seen these poor souls who walk around dragging a leg or an arm or both from the paralysis to one side of the body or who cannot talk or are in a wheel chair.
Too many people take their health for granted. Just because they are not in severe pain they think they are alright. Nothing could be further from the truth. Diabetes, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, cancer, arthritis, acid reflux, osteoporosis etc. are NOT really “diseases”. They are malfunctions from you not taking care of your body. We can argue whether or not these are diseases but the fact is you don’t have to accept these conditions as a part of aging and use getting older as an excuse or because your parents suffered with these same problems . Violating two basic principles such as not eating the right foods and not exercising the body are a sure way to eventually end up with health problems.
Unless you are born with Type 1 Diabetes or some other genetic defect most health problems are from poor lifestyle choices. You are not going to learn these basic principles from television commercials. You will learn how to take care of your body when you decide to take charge and control of your life.
I encourage you to do a little homework by getting on your computer and Google the topics you have the least knowledge of. Learn to become your own best doctor and prevent lots of unnecessary trips to the emergency room, pediatrician or family doctor. You will also save money, time and risks from prescription drugs.
You can read more about what you can do to improve your health and ensure your earning potential and your livelihood for yourself and your family in my article The Seven Healthy Habits. This article is meant to be a guide to help people get healthy and prevent these “diseases”. You can read this article by clicking on this linkhttp://drcarlosmgonzalez.com/?p=703. You can learn to be your own best doctor and protect your most valuable asset, your health!
Over the last few years I have witnessed my mother’s declining health both emotionally, mentally and physically. You want to talk about painful….it really hurts to see a loved one go through stuff like this. It was really sad to hear my mother tell me, “I don’t want to live anymore. I’m tired of hurting and being in pain all the time”.
To see the pain, agony and frustration on her face is not an easy sight to bear. It is especially difficult when everyone says how good she looks for 77 years old. If they only knew how she felt mentally, physically and emotionally.
For many years I tried to get her to stop smoking. Whenever I found her pack of smokes, I would throw them away. This only caused her to resist quitting even more. I don’t throw away her cigarettes anymore.
I tried pleading with her…. discussing the dangers of the chemicals they use in the manufacturing of tobacco and how it is the number one cause of lung cancer.
I tried to make her aware of her “smoker’s cough”. She said she did not have a cough and there was nothing wrong with her lungs…. only to cough a minute later.
Why did she have frequent colds where she could not get out of bed for days? I knew why, but I guess she was in denial. She still gets pretty bad colds several times a year.
I could not scare her or make her realize the truth.
She tried quitting several times but each time losing that war. I finally gave up trying to get her to quit smoking. She did agree to cut down to smoking only three a day.
I believe what has really helped her all these years is that she has been taking Vitamin C and other vitamins and minerals for many years now.
Her weight has been another issue for most of her adult life. She was very overweight for many years but did manage to lose some weight over the last decade or so. Unfortunately the damage had already been done.
It did not help that she had a terrible car accident when she was in her late teens. That accident left her with an ankle surgery which resulted in her right leg about an inch shorter than the left leg.
This leg imbalance which caused her to have a slight limp coupled with being overweight caused a deterioration of her right hip that eventually led to a hip replacement. Fortunately, she did well with that surgery. It did not get rid of the pain completely, but it relieved quite a bit of her pain.
Her weight problem also contributed if not was the cause her high blood pressure, for which she has been taking prescription drugs for a few years now. The doctors also wanted to put her on Fosamax. I explained all the terrible side effects so she asked what else could she take for her Osteoporosis.
I recommended Active Calcium supplement from Usana Health Sciences. She replaced the synthetic cheaper vitamins she used to buy which contained formaldehyde, talc, carnuba wax and artificial colors.
Mom also had two shoulder replacement surgeries. She is so fortunate to have had good outcomes with three major surgeries. But her pains have not entirely disappeared.
Why? For one, surgery is no guarantee that all will be well afterwards. There are always risks of infection, blood clots, embolism or other complications. Most people who have surgery do not have a perfect outcome.
Second, she did not follow through with her rehab. As a result of that, her range of motion is limited especially in her right shoulder. Why did she not do her rehab as instructed? I explained to her that the rehab would hurt some but to take it at her own pace and that it was very important for a good recovery. She did do some exercises but she did not complete all the exercises like she was supposed to.
Exercise has never been a priority in her life. She has worked since she was very young and into her late sixties, but I guess she never made exercise as a regular part of her life. It was never a habit that she developed.
Since I became a Chiropractor almost twenty years ago, I have tried to get her to make exercise a healthy routine in her life. I purchased a really nice recumbent exercise bike for her house. She used it for a little while but that did not last very long. She has always loved the water so she would go to the local YWCA and swim there. It did not become a healthy habit so her swimming was sporadic over the years. I am happy to report she has now gone back to swimming several times a week.
The scientific literature is full of articles that tell us our lifestyle habits have a lot to do with our health. If we have healthy lifestyle habits we can avoid most of the diseases that people acquire and die prematurely from. In chapter 9 of my book, HANGING OUT FOR THE HEALTH OF IT(coming soon!), I discuss The Seven Healthy Habits. If you practice them you will definitely see a huge improvement in your health within a matter of weeks.
You really can prevent a lot of health problems. I’ve been practicing for nearly twenty years and have seen thousands of patients during that time. I can honestly tell you the people I see most often are the ones who do not have a healthy lifestyle.
If something as simple as walking is not part of your lifestyle, I encourage you to start. If you have bad knees… how about a stationary bike, swimming or some floor exercises. There really is NO excuse except the one(s) you make. You will begin to feel so much better. Your energy will increase. You will feel good about yourself. You will sleep better. You will prevent many health problems. Not to mention all the risks, money and time spent going to see doctors.
Isn’t your life and health worth 40-60 minutes of doing something healthy for your body every day? You know it is. I do too!! What are you waiting for? Go get your walking shoes and go for your walk.
How Healthy Do You Want To Be? Just Out Of Pain? A Little Healthy? Very Healthy Or Extremely Healthy? By Dr. Gonzalez
Health is like wealth. Many people dream of being rich. They fantasize about what they would do if they won the lottery. Some people might even have ideas about how they could get rich. They know it is possible. They might even personally know someone who is very financially well off.
Then there are those that don’t only dream of being rich but have a plan to attain wealth. They know they need to be consistent and work their plan. They understand that attaining wealth takes time and patience. They don’t just dream about it. They are actually doing something about it.
Getting healthy is very similar. Many people remember when they were younger and full of energy. They were at their ideal weight, they didn’t hardly ever get sick or have to take any prescription drugs. But now they are in their forties and this is when life catches up to you if not sooner. They don’t play any more sports like they did when they were in high school or college. They got busy with life, marriage, work, kids eating out, not making time to take care of self.
They think about getting healthy but it’s easier to just keep doing the same thing. Besides taking prescription drugs is easy and it seems to keep the high blood pressure or diabetes or both under control. Or is it high cholesterol or allergies, or acid reflux or all of the above. It’s just easier to keep taking those pills the doctor prescribed. Besides that’s what the doctor ordered. He must know best, he’s the doctor. That’s what doctors are for…right? To tell us what to do when we are sick or when our bodies are not working right? Right? Wrong.
Change is difficult for some people. It’s like when they go to their favorite restaurant they order the same thing every time. we are creatures of habit. Some habits are good and some are not so good. Some habits are downright nasty and bad for you. The point is people don’t like change.
What does it take to commit to making some healthy changes in your life? For some people it’s a surviving a heart attack. Talk about a wake up call. Unfortunately most people are not so lucky. They don’t survive a heart attack. For those few that do some will go on to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Not all will. That’s just human nature.
So do you want to get out of pain? Do you want to get healthy? Healthier than you are already? I always ask my patients what do they want to get from seeing me. I know what I would like for all my patients. For them to stop smoking, start exercising, eat healthier, cut down on the booze, become their own best doctor. I do have some pretty healthy patients but the majority of people could improve on their health.
Part of the problem is that most people have been programmed, conditioned, brainwashed, lied to or just plain misinformed. Along with that, unfortunately, our health care system is set up to treat diseases or dysfunctions in the body. It is not designed to get and keep people well, fit and healthy. Television commercials has taught people to “ask your doctor” if this drug is right for you. Prescription drug commercials has taught people into believing that if something is wrong with the body you go to a doctor so he/she can prescribe a pill. And of course you don’t even need to see a doctor to buy OTC (over the counter) drugs and self medicate.
I learned a long time ago that OTC or prescription drugs was not the answer to being healthy. I also learned that you cannot depend on doctors to teach you to get and stay healthy. It’s not a smart move for them, financially.
What can you do if you really want to get healthy. First of all how healthy do you really want to get and are you willing to make the necessary changes to make it happen? Take a good hard look at your options. You continue doing what you’re doing and take a greater risk of getting a heart attack, diabetes, obesity, cancer, stroke, high blood pressure, dialysis everyday by the time your fifty something and on and on.
Or you could make a few changes to your daily routine like walking 40-60 minutes a day at least 5 times a week. If you have bad knees you need to take Procosa which is the best glucosamine on the market. In fact the company stands behind a 100% money back guarantee. You can get it at www.drcarlos.usana.com. I have put many patients and friends on it with excellent results.
You could also make a few small changes to your diet of soda, chips and salsa, fried foods, ice cream, none or little veggies, not enough pure water, hardly any fruit, too much meat, potatoes, french fries, pizza, white bread, milk, fast food and regular restaurants and I could go on but you get the picture. Right?
Start making a few changes little by little. Maybe cut out one of those foods from your diet and replace it with something healthy. After a couple of weeks replace another unhealthy food with a healthy choice. Before you know it you will have dramatically improved your diet, your waistline and your health.
Baby steps to a healthier you! You will feel so much better. Your energy levels will increase, your sex drive will improve, you will have a deeper sleep, your focus and concentration will be sharp and keen, people will notice a difference and compliment you! And just as important if not more important you will prevent most diseases and premature death.
Remember…..just start by making some small changes but you need to take action NOW!
Are You Functioning with a Dead Battery?
What happens to a car that sits in the driveway for a long time? The battery goes dead. It will need a jump from a battery that is not dead to get it started. So you jump-start it and then you drive it around the block once or twice and then park it in the driveway. The battery will go dead again because you did not drive it long enough for the battery to fully recharge. You then have to jump-start it again. Pretty soon that battery is not going to jump-start anymore and you’re going to need to buy a new battery.
Many people get up in the morning with a dead battery even after sleeping all night. They might not have had a good restful night sleep because they ate late, ate too much or ate a very heavy meal late in the evening. It seems like stress is many peoples middle name today. Stress and worrying will also interfere from getting a good night sleep. Headaches and tension are so common today. Relationships don’t last and marriages end up in divorce. Financial problems are probably one of the biggest causes of stress and divorce. Money problems create more problems and things escalate. Many people neglect to take care of their health. Many times people don’t realize just how poor their health really is. Yes they get up in the mornings, reluctantly and not eager to go to work. They get through the morning with a couple of cups of caffeine and a donut. They overeat at lunch but somehow manage to make it through the afternoon. They get home after work exhausted and then plop on the sofa to watch TV for hours and eat another low fiber, high fat, high calorie dinner. The most exercise many people get is walking to the mailbox.
These types of people don’t complain much. Some people have learned to live with their health problems. They are used to the usual headaches, sinus problems, allergies, constipation, acid reflux, heartburn, asthma, anxiety, migraines and a few other symptoms that I forgot to mention. It’s amazing how many people believe that these are normal everyday problems that everyone has. High cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, cardiovascular problems are the result of continued poor lifestyle choices.
They do this routine for several years. They don’t exercise and they wonder why they don’t have any energy and get headaches all the time. They go to their medical doctor and the never-ending prescription drug roller coaster ride begins. If this sounds like what you have been going through please take a minute to really think about where your health is headed. It’s amazing how many people are just alive. I mean they are breathing, talking, working and just getting by. They are not living up to their full potential. This is a life far from the true vitality and energy that the body was designed for. They have health issues, but since they are not life threatening some people will ignore the warning signs. Others self medicate because so many prescription drugs are now available without a prescription. Just turn on the TV any time of the day or night and you know what I’m talking about. Those feel good commercials telling you that you don’t need a doctors’ prescription to buy the latest symptom relieving drug that will make you feel good.
You Can Do It!
So when was the last time you felt really good? When was the last time you felt good without taking any prescription drugs, illegal drugs, alcohol, sugar or caffeine? Maybe it’s been a while. Maybe it’s been a really long time. The good news is that you can change all that. But only YOU can change it. You might need some help and that’s why I wrote this article. To help you as much or as little as you want. You decide. It is unfortunate that sometimes it takes a good scare like surviving a heart attack before one makes the commitment to a much needed change of lifestyle. For some people it’s a divorce and for others it’s a trip to the hospital and having a doctor tell you that if you don’t stop drinking you will die from an inflamed pancreas and liver failure. But WHATEVER IT TAKES, JUST DO IT. Just like the Nike commercial says, “Just Do It.” You have so much to gain. Do it for a loved one, for your children, for yourself. Do whatever it takes, but just do it.
Too many people are in denial. They think that since they do not feel horribly bad that they are okay. But the absence of pain does not mean you are OK. Pain is only one signal telling you that something is wrong. Other warning signs are: Headaches, high blood pressure, constipation, arthritis, colds, allergies, numbness in the arms, hands, feet or legs. Still other warning signs are: nausea, lack of energy, insomnia, acid reflux, heartburn, joint pain and the list goes on and on. Medical treatment is a different pill for all of these different warning signs. But as you probably already know the pills do not correct the problems or the causes. Refer back to The Ten Most Common Causes Of Pain And Disease . If you have any of the above symptoms you are likely violating one or more of The Ten Causes. Next look at the Seven Healthy Habits. Follow those as best as you can and you will see improvements in your health and vitality. Sometimes your health can make a dramatic improvement within a couple of weeks.
If your life is out of control, please don’t be embarrassed to ask for help. Get professional counseling, talk to someone who cares and make that commitment to yourself. You are worth it. If you don’t make the commitment, who will do it for you? If not now, when? Do it now that you are thinking about it. It’s too easy to put it off until tomorrow. Do it now while all of this information is still fresh on your mind. If it is late at night I urge you to just get up and write a simple goal or plan to get started. If you are serious about your life and health you will write something down. Just get started and do it. Write something as simple as “I will start taking better care of myself.” Or, “I will go walking thirty minutes every day.” Just start making one simple change at a time. As the weeks go by add to your goals. Re-write them when necessary. The hardest part is getting started. Once you get started you will gain momentum. Recruit a friend, spouse, children or co-worker to start doing something healthy together. When you support each other and hold each other accountable there is less room for failure.
It is wonderful to be able to wake up without needing an alarm clock and all those toxic jump-starters to get the day going. The first thing you could do is go for a morning walk. Many people get up an extra hour earlier and go to a gym or simply go for their morning walk. It really takes only thirty to forty minutes of moderate exercise to feel really good and energized all day. Equally important is to feed your body nutritional foods. Many people think that since they exercise they can eat whatever they want. I have proven how wrong that thinking is many times to myself. If you exercise it is extremely important that you eat healthy too. If you are thirty years old or younger you might still get away with eating not so healthy. Living in El Paso, TX, the Mexican food capital of the country, it’s easy to forget about eating healthy and instead have some Mexican food. My opinion is that you can reward yourself once in a while. Follow the 90/10 rule, which I explain at the end of this chapter. This way it tastes really good because you are not eating that stuff all the time. Remember that the key to success is consistency and moderation.
Believe it or not you CAN and NEED to be your own best doctor. Very few doctors will tell you, “Look, what you really need to do is change your lifestyle, your eating habits, exercise, lose that excess weight you’ve been carrying for years, quit smoking and drinking so much, have your spine adjusted by a good chiropractor and get a massage regularly. This way I don’t have to prescribe drugs to make you feel better and help you get through the day.”
I am not talking about being your own doctor if you have a heart attack, break an arm or some other type of situation that requires immediate emergency type of care. What I am saying is that you can be your own doctor and prevent heart attacks in the first place. Most of the health problems people find themselves suffering from occur because of their lifestyle choices. What you eat, drink, breathe and do with your body. When a patient comes to me, aside from some type of trauma, I explain to them that their health issues are a result of their own doing. Many people know this already, they just need to hear it from a doctor that cares and is not just going to give them a bunch of pills to suppress their symptoms. You know what you do with your body twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You basically know what kinds of foods are nourishing to your body and what kinds of foods are not. Remember, let food be your medicine and medicine be your food. You know how much or how little you exercise. The body is not going to function very well if you just sit at work all day and feed your body good tasting, lifeless junk full of artificial chemicals, preservatives, emulsifiers, artificial colors, flavor enhancers that cause dozens of health problems.
There are many excellent books on the subject of nutrition, eating the right foods for optimum health and energy. See the recommended reading list in the section on Foods, Diet and Nutrition. The more natural your diet (raw fruits and vegetables, whole grains, purified water, less meats) the better. Stay away from fast foods, packaged foods with added synthetic chemicals whose names you cannot pronounce. If you eat wholesome foods you don’t have to overeat to satisfy your hunger. Eat to nourish your body not to feel full or stuffed. Supplement your diet with good quality vitamins and minerals. Get off the couch and away from the TV and do a little exercise four to five times a week. Put an exercise bike in front of your TV. Most gyms have multiple TV’s in the cardio rooms.
It’s so sad to see so many patients coming to see me who are in their fifty’s and sixty’s who have been on all kinds of prescription drugs for years but still suffers with the same symptoms but now a few more from the side effects of those drugs. It didn’t have to turn out that way. People are getting smarter and beginning to realize that. But now it’s a lot harder to reverse all those years of poor lifestyle choices and poor habits that were simply masked and covered up by prescription drugs.
Let me share a story with you. For several years I kept suggesting to my sister, Mary, to start walking after work. She would emphatically tell me, “You don’t understand. How do you expect me to go walking? By the time I get home after working all day I’m exhausted.” Mary owns a flower shop so I know that she was not doing manual work all day. Yes she was on her feet a lot but that was better than sitting at a desk all day. What she was really saying was that going for walks was not part of her routine and life. It was not a habit of hers. It was something that she was not used to doing. I would also educate her on making better choices with her diet. Specifically, the need to eat more fruits and raw vegetables. Gradually her diet improved. A couple of years later she finally started walking after work. Soon she reported that she was having a difficult time getting to sleep because she had so much energy after walking. Soon her body got used to it and she felt better and had more energy during the day. Walking was now a new habit and part of her weekly routine.
Some habits are hard to change. One morning I’m at my sister’s house. We were going to go walking. I watched as she sat and bent over to tie her tennis shoes. That was the way she was used to doing it. I mentioned to her that I teach my patients not to bend over like that because it puts a lot of pressure to the lower thoracic and lumbar spine. It is especially bad for the last disc in the spine or the L5 disc. She asked, “How should I tie my shoes?” I explained that she could sit and cross one leg and tie her shoe and then cross the other leg and tie that shoe. The other way is to cross your legs to put your shoes on and then stand and put your foot on a chair or stool and tie your shoes that way. A couple of days later I was at her house again and guess what? She went to tie her shoes just like before. As soon as I started to remind her she quickly made the correction and crossed her legs. Old habits are sometimes hard to change. But they can be changed and replaced with new and better habits. Got any old habits that you need to get rid of? What are you waiting for? If not now, then when? If you don’t do it, then who will? Just do it. Do it now. Do it now. Repetition, repetition, repetition. Repeat good habits to replace bad ones.
Scientists say that it takes twenty-one days to form a new habit. Dr. Maxwell Maltz wrote the bestseller Psycho-Cybernetics. Originally a Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Maltz noticed that it took twenty-one days for amputees to cease feeling phantom sensations in the amputated limb. From further observations he found it took twenty-one days to create a new habit. Since then the ‘Twenty One Day Habit Theory’ has become an accepted part of self-help programs. Brain circuits take engrams, which are memory traces, and produce neuroconnections and neuropathways only if they are bombarded for twenty-one days in a row. This means that our brain does not accept ‘new’ data for a change of habit unless it is repeated each day for twenty-one days (without missing a day).
You can take charge of your own health. It is in YOUR BEST INTEREST. There are a lot of references that you can use to help you. I have mentioned many throughout my book. They have done the research for you. You just need to do some reading. This is no different than the saying, “You get out of it what you put into it.” It’s like one of the Universal Laws. Your health is worth putting a lot of energy into it. You’ll get back what you put in.
There are also many excellent Chiropractic, Naturopathic and Homeopathic Doctors who can help you. There are also some very good massage therapists, acupuncturists, personal trainers who can all become part of your health care team. You don’t have to do it alone.
To those of you that have made the commitment to a healthier, happier and longer life, CONGRATULATIONS! You are on your way to feeling so much better and preventing years of pain and suffering. Be patient. Change takes time. Healing takes time. Follow THE SEVEN HEALTHY HABITS. Your health and quality of life depends on it. Remember, without health you have nothing, with good health you have everything! Start making better choices little by little. You CAN do it!
Hypertension/High Blood Pressure -Study Finds Special ‘Atlas Adjustment’ Lowers Blood PressureBy Daniel J. DeNoon- WebMD Medical News
Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD
March 16, 2007 — A specific chiropractic adjustment can significantly lower high blood pressure, a placebo-controlled study suggests.
“This procedure has the effect of not one, but two blood-pressure medications given in combination,” study leader George Bakris, MD, tells WebMD. “And it seems to be adverse-event free. We saw no side effects and no problems,” adds Bakris, director of the University of Chicago hypertension center.
Eight weeks after undergoing the procedure, 25 patients with early-stage high blood pressure had significantly lower blood pressure than 25 similar patients who underwent a sham chiropractic adjustment. Because patients can’t feel the technique, they were unable to tell which group they were in. In other words they were not able to tell if they really got a chiropractic adjustment or not.
X-rays showed that the procedure realigned the Atlas vertebra — the doughnut-like bone at the very top of the spine — with the spine in the treated patients, but not in the sham-treated patients.
Compared to the sham-treated patients, those who got the real procedure saw an average 14 mm Hg greater drop in systolic blood pressure (the top number in a blood pressure count), and an average 8 mm Hg greater drop in diastolic blood pressure (the bottom blood pressure number).
None of the patients took blood pressure medicine during the eight-week study.
“When the statistician brought me the data, I actually didn’t believe it. It was way too good to be true,” Bakris says. “The statistician said, ‘I don’t even believe it.’ But we checked for everything, and there it was.”
Bakris and colleagues report their findings in the advance online issue of the Journal of Human Hypertension.
Dr Gonzalez Comments- Chiropractic simply restores the body’s spine and nervous system so that it can function with no nerve interference. Nerve interference is what causes so many problems in the body and once corrected the body normalizes without the need for prescription drugs. By understanding the importance of the spine and nervous system, how it is the master system of the human body you can begin to appreciate just how powerful and healing a Chiropractic adjustment is.
It’s too bad this research did not make headline news coverage on TV or front page news on major newspapers throughout the country. There would be millions of people tossing out their blood pressure pills and be lining up at the Chiropractors office to get their spine adjusted.
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