Divine Spine West Edmonton

Divine Spine West Edmonton Divine Spine is an international provider of computerized adjustments, most commonly used to provide
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5-star Review 🤩🤩🤩We love it when we are able to treat our patients well and change their perspective around a chiropract...
01/18/2022

5-star Review 🤩🤩🤩

We love it when we are able to treat our patients well and change their perspective around a chiropractic treatment

10/15/2021

Happy Friday!

Our team loves hearing such kind words for the efforts they put in towards patients.

Our treatments are indeed innovative and unique in comparison to traditional chiropractic patients. Have you tried it yet?

If not, give us a call on (780) 484-0314 to book an appointment today.

Divine Spine is an international provider of computerized adjustments, most commonly used to provide

Believe it or not, your body weight is about 60 percent water. Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissue...
09/28/2021

Believe it or not, your body weight is about 60 percent water. Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Because your body loses water through breathing, sweating, and digestion, it's important to rehydrate by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water.

Here are 4 reasons why water is such a powerful element when it comes to your health:

1. Water Protects Your Tissues, Spinal Cord, and Joints

Water does more than just quench your thirst and regulate your body's temperature; it keeps the tissues in your body hydrated. You know how it feels when your eyes, nose, or mouth gets dry? Keeping your body hydrated helps it retain optimum levels of moisture in these sensitive areas, as well as in the blood, bones, and brain. In addition, water helps protect the spinal cord, and it acts as a lubricant and cushion for your joints.

2. Water Helps Your Body Remove Waste

Adequate water intake enables your body to excrete waste through perspiration, urination, and defecation. Water helps your kidneys remove waste from your blood and keep the blood vessels that run to your kidneys open and filter them out. Water is also important for helping prevent constipation and healthy bowel movements.

3. Water Aids in Digestion

Water is important for healthy digestion and helps break down the food you eat, allowing its nutrients to be absorbed by your body. After you drink, both your small and large intestines absorb water, which moves into your bloodstream and is also used to break down nutrients.

4. Water Keeps Your Cardiovascular System Healthy

Water is a huge part of your blood. (For instance, plasma — the pale yellow liquid portion of your blood — is about 90 percent water.) If you become dehydrated, your blood becomes more concentrated, which can lead to an imbalance of the electrolyte minerals it contains. These electrolytes are necessary for proper muscle and heart function.

Satisfied Customer ReviewsOur Team loves reading such beautifully written words by our patients and it definitely gives ...
09/28/2021

Satisfied Customer Reviews

Our Team loves reading such beautifully written words by our patients and it definitely gives our Chiropractors a motivational boost

3 Daily Habits To Build An Optimistic MindsetWe can all think of someone around us that seems to have it figured out. Th...
09/28/2021

3 Daily Habits To Build An Optimistic Mindset

We can all think of someone around us that seems to have it figured out. They are motivated, inspired by life, passionate about the world, joyful, grateful – all of the things we aspire to be. It can be easy to assume they are just wired that way, when in reality, they probably put in a lot of intentional energy to build their mindset.
Gratitude, which leads to optimism, requires intention and productive daily habits. If you want to start working toward a more optimistic view on life, build these small (but mighty) habits into your daily routine.

1. Have a consistent sleep schedule

Sleep is unbelievably important to your well-being broadly, mindset included. Building a consistent sleep schedule, every day of the week, is a great way to get your body in a sleep rhythm, enabling you to start reliably getting better sleep. Though it can be tempting to go to bed late on a Saturday or sleep in on a Sunday, those interruptions to your routine can actually cause you to feel drowsier in the long-run. Hold yourself accountable to good habits, and you’ll feel a noticeable difference to your mindset.

2. Build a selfish morning routine

A wonderful way to ease yourself into a day you feel inspired to fill with productivity is with a repeatable morning routine that brings you joy. Let yourself be a little selfish in the morning. Your morning routine is your opportunity to build your mindset for the day. Do so with intention – that is the key to optimism: intentionally building and maintaining your mindset. Simply reading 15 minutes of one of the many books on your list before you take a shower, journaling for 5 minutes when you wake up, or going on a 10-minute walk before breakfast, are all low-effort ways to give yourself the spark you need to feel inspired every day. Find something selfish you can build into your morning routine, and watch your passion start to reignite.

3. Practice Gratitude

Whether you do this in the morning, afternoon, after dinner, at night, in the shower (you get the point) – make time every single day to practice gratitude. Our lives can surround us with distractions from just how fortunate we actually are. It can be easy to forget to look at our lives with perspective in the digital world we live in, but we all have amazing qualities in our lives to be grateful for. Take the time to reflect on the things in your life you appreciate – you worked hard for many of those things: your relationships, belongings, skills, mental health, physical health. When you consistently take a step back to recognize the good, the bad becomes so much easier to navigate.

"Daily intention is the secret ingredient to an optimistic mindset. You can intentionally choose to be more optimistic, and if you follow that choice with daily actions, you’ll start to feel a positive change in your mindset."

Crafting a Pre-Bed Routine for a Healthy Sleep Routine - TRY THIS TONIGHTIf you have a hard time falling asleep, it’s na...
09/28/2021

Crafting a Pre-Bed Routine for a Healthy Sleep Routine - TRY THIS TONIGHT

If you have a hard time falling asleep, it’s natural to think that the problem starts when you lie down in bed. In reality, though, the lead-up to bedtime plays a crucial role in preparing you to fall asleep quickly and effortlessly.

Poor pre-bed habits are a major contributor to insomnia and other sleep problems. Changing these habits can take time, but the effort can pay off by making you more relaxed and ready to fall asleep when bedtime rolls around.

As much as possible, try to create a consistent routine that you follow each night because this helps reinforce healthy habits and signals to mind and body that bedtime is approaching. As part of that routine, incorporate these three tips:

Wind Down For At Least 30 Minutes

It’s much easier to doze off smoothly if you are at-ease. Quiet reading, low-impact stretching, listening to soothing music, and relaxation exercises are examples of ways to get into the right frame of mind for sleep.

Lower The Lights

Avoiding bright light can help you transition to bedtime and contribute to your body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that promotes sleep.

Disconnect From Devices

Tablets, cell phones, and laptops can keep your brain wired, making it hard to truly wind down. The light from these devices can also suppress your natural production of melatonin. As much as possible, try to disconnect for 30 minutes or more before going to bed.

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Address

Unit 14, 1010 Webber Greens Drive NW
Edmonton, AB
T5T4K5

Opening Hours

Monday 4pm - 7pm
Tuesday 10am - 12pm
4pm - 7pm
Wednesday 4pm - 7pm
Thursday 10am - 12pm
4pm - 7pm
Friday 1pm - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm

Telephone

+17804840314

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