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  • Change Unhealthy Habits

    There are three things that have to happen to successfully change a habit. The first is that you must make the decision to change. When you make a decision, you are affirming to yourself that you are willing to go to any lengths to make your wishes come true. This means that you will need to completely

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  • Get Your Sleep

    Research suggests that the amount and quality of sleep we achieve has profound effects on wellness. Nightly sleep is critical for the restoration of health. Sleep expert and President of the American Sleep Research Institute Lynn Larson explains that the link between sleep and decreased longevity is

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  • Quit Smoking

    Smoking throughout the day is akin to living inside a burning building. Smoking degrades the collagen of your skin causing premature aging, destroys the cells inside your lungs, and promotes heart disease, cataracts and cancer because of the oxidizing radicals released into the blood stream. It can contribute

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  • Turn off the Television

    There are three major trends in the health of both children and adults that have public health workers concerned: an increase in obesity, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and the amount of time spent watching television. Several recently published research studies indicate that television may be the

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  • ""If you want one of the easiest ways to build your practice, you need to implement rehabilitation today. My experience, Fitness Plus has been superb. The visual and dynamic results with rehab inspire our patients, which then increased retention and referrals.

    The Fitness Plus Team assisted us with the implementation of our complete rehab program. The changes to our clinic have been phenomenal, so don't wait! Make the transition today and add rehab to your practice.

    I want to thank Fitness Plus, not only for changing our practice, but my life.""
    Dr. Miller