Workshops & Events

We are here to help! Join us at one of our FREE events- 

 

We do have limited seating so if you are interested in attending a workshop, please call our Patient Advocate, Rachel Bailey, at 501-842-1004 to reserve your seat. 

Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)

Tuesday, January 23rd
5:00 pm

Location:
England Chiropractic & Nutrition

Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as S.A.D., is a type of depression that affects millions of people every year.  S.A.D. usually begins in the late fall or early winter and continues into early spring and in some cases may last until the beginning of summer.  S.A.D. is more than just the “winter blues”.   Symptoms may be mild or severe but generally they get worse as the winter season progresses. (Click here to read more about the symptoms of S.A.D.)

There are several theories of what causes S.A.D.  It is generally accepted that the shorter days and less sunlight play a role although the exact mechanism is unknown.  It is thought that a Vitamin D deficiency may be a factor.  It is also thought that a decrease in the brain chemicals that help us sleep may be a factor, especially decreases in serotonin and melatonin.  Finally, there may be a correlation between diet and the onset of S.A.D.  It is known that increased sugar consumption (like often occurs around the holidays) can contribute to depression and may play a role in S.A.D. 

As a natural health care practitioner and chiropractor, I believe that “anything can cause anything” when it comes to the body.  The most important thing is to discover what is causing your seasonal depression and how can it be corrected.  We can do this using Nutrition Response Testing®.

If you or someone you know suffers with S.A.D., please join us as we discuss Seasonal Affective Disorder and some of the things you can do to prevent it or treat it.  


 

A Natural Approach to Healthy Weight in 2018!

Tuesday, February 6th
5:30 pm

Location:
England Chiropractic & Nutrition

Year after year, the number one New Year’s Resolution is weight loss.  And it’s for a good reason!  After indulging over the holidays, we all have a few to lose. 

But more important than simple “weight loss” is achieving a HEALTHY WEIGHT.   Healthy weight is a by-product of a healthy diet.  As you build your foundation of health your body finds its right weight.

We will be discussing successful strategies for achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. It’s not as hard as you might think and it can be fun!