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                                              NOVEMBER 2014                




Our office will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 27th through Sunday November 30th for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will re-open on Monday, December 1st at 7:00 a.m.

        Enjoy the holiday!


Our clinic will be operating under regular hours this fall with the exception of Saturdays.  Dr. Haydu will be in at least two Saturdays a month. Please call to schedule an appointment for our open weekends.  
Mon: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tues: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Wed: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday: CLOSED
Fri: 7:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sat: By appointment only 




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Welcome to the November issue of our monthly newsletter.  It's hard to believe but the holidays are upon us. We will be closed for a few days at the end of the month to observe Thanksgiving but otherwise will be operating with our normal schedule this month.  Enjoy this month's issue.        

Sit Too Much...Get Depressed       


Chinese medial researchers have shown that sedentary lifestyles, including jobs that require long periods of sitting, significantly increases the chance of developing depression.  The research has shown that general inactivity such as laying around or sitting too much can result in as much as a 25% increase risk for developing depression.  Interestingly, these numbers varied among different types of inactivity, as sitting to watch TV resulted in a 13% increase while using the internet for prolonged periods resulted in a 22% increase.  Remaining inactive too long can have long term negative effects on your posture, spine pain, and cardiovascular system.  Our advice; try not to sit still at work more than 30 minutes at a time without taking small "microbreaks" to stretch, walk, or move in general.  If your job does not allow such an option we recommend you go for a walk at lunch or immediately after work everyday to diminish the effects of sitting.   
Video of the Month - The BodySaw     
This month's video is short and sweet. It demonstrates a great spine safe abdominal exercise that you can do at home. All you need in a set of inexpensive plastic furniture sliders that you can find at most department stores.  This exercise is challenging but great for building core strength.  
Eat Walnuts - Avoid Alzheimer's Disease           
The October issue of the Journal of Alzheimer's Research has shown that eating walnuts has a protective effect from developing Alzheimer's disease as the nuts contain a high amount of Omega 3 fatty acids and other anti-oxidants that are good for the brain. The study has also shown that eating walnuts can improve memory and learning capability for those who already have this disease.  The suggested daily serving is 1-1.5oz  (about a handful)per day.  We also recommend a dietary supplement of Omega 3's in 1000mg doses which have been shown to be a great natural anti-inflammatory and protective for the eyes, heart, and blood vessels.          
As always, thank you for your support and referrals.  For more information about or services please visit our website at www.CohenHayduChiro.com.  

Dr. Aaron Haydu & Dr. Richard Cohen