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Eating can be deeply connected to your emotions and your mind. It's not an overnight switch, but with mindfulness, we can develop new skills to explore habits that undermine the healthy eating habits you are looking to cement in your life. There's not a better time to try than a fresh New Year. Here’s a handy guide to try. Remember -- we are here to support you if you need it!  We all experience moments of indulgence that lead to overeating. If it happens once in a while, it&r...
Posted on 2023-01-01
Holiday food is not known for its health attributes. But healthier bites can be found at most holiday parties, you just may need to do some digging. Avoid diet sabotage with our guide for what to eat at holiday parties this year. Your physical therapist and nutritionist here at Miller PT can show you how to stay on track and close this year in the best possible way: healthy and pain-free! Much of the fare at your next holiday party is going to be high in calories, fat, sugar and sodium, ...
Posted on 2022-12-01
Breathing is a part of living we tend to take for granted. No one ever taught us how to do it, and surely, there’s no right or wrong way to breathe. Or is there? Learning some techniques and exercises can reduce stress or anxiety, and even improve your lung function. Learn how below. Falling asleep or coming down from anxiety might never be as easy as 1-2-3, but some experts believe a different set of numbers – 4-7-8 – comes much closer to doing the trick. The 4-7-8 techn...
Posted on 2022-11-01
If you can't bend down to tie your shoes, it may be due to a lack of flexibility, mobility, or balance. Your body is showing the signs, and we can help you understand what you need to improve. Recover your mobility with our tips below and a Miller PT expert to help you. There are so many things we chalk up to 'normal aging' that really do NOT have to be the case — we can help, and it's not nearly such a momentous undertaking as you might think! Just give us a call.  Learning to t...
Posted on 2022-10-01
If you think you’ve earned that hamburger every day after exercising, maybe you should start having second thoughts. Exercising to make up for eating poorly doesn’t really work in terms of lowering mortality risks. Learn the perfect balance by reading below. Remember — we have a supportive nutritionist on staff who can help you with inspiration and guidance — and a plan!! A new study finds that exercising to make up for eating poorly doesn’t really work in term...
Posted on 2022-09-01
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