Tag / Lifestyle Changes
Less-Stress London spoke with Shahroo Izadi, a behavioral specialist to learn the ins and outs of motivating ourselves and the people around us — because even though you may have a bad back, you can still have a good life.
Lifestyle Coach, Simone Krame is a few credits shy of receiving her Masters in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in spirituality and mind-body medicine from Columbia University. Using conscious living she was able to find a meaningful connection to her authentic self that changed the trajectory of her life. In this expert q&a, you will gain insight on how proper nutrition, true fitness, and inner spirituality can not only help your physical back pain symptoms but the mental ones too.
To uncover why Japanese residents live longer healthier lives with less back pain, researchers studied the habits of men and women who reside in Japan. The results are in: fish, tofu and walking. So how can we apply those concepts to our U.S. lifestyle for back pain relief and prevention? Let's find out.