Vitamin injections in Lake Stevens are when a person receives a potent and pure, prescription only type of vitamins. These vitamins are created in a manner that is safe for injection. These injections are typically administered beneath the skin, into a vein or muscle.
A common question about vitamin injections is why they are necessary. Most people believe that the vitamins they take by mouth are plenty. However, when a vitamin injection is given, the body becomes saturated with the type of vitamins, providing each cell with what it needs instantly. There are some patients that will feel the effects immediately, while others may take some time to reap the benefits it offers.
One of the primary reasons that vitamin injections are taken so often is because they provide a boost for individuals who are under a large amount of stress or those who just want to prevent issues from coming up in the future. Additionally, if a person has not been able to take their vitamins as they should, or been exposed to sick individuals, vitamin injections provide an excellent boost for their immune system.
Vitamin injections come with one of the safest records of all type of injections. While they may not be the right option for everyone, the majority of takers will be able to tolerate them quite well.
There are some different conditions that can benefit from the use of vitamin injections including low energy or fatigue; instances of chronic pain; prevention for cold and flu symptoms; irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive issues; headaches; allergies; and many others.
Set a bedtime. It’s easy during summer for bedtime to occur later during the evening. Now is the perfect time to start rolling back bedtime to a more normal bedtime so everyone is rested for a school day. How much sleep does your kid need?
Preschoolers 3-5 years. 10 to 13 hours
School-aged Children 6-13 years. 9 to 11 hours
Teenagers 14-17 years. 8 to 10 hours
Teach good hygiene habits. Remind kids to always wash their hands after going to the restroom and before eating. Consider packing hand sanitizer in the school back pack
Prepare healthy snacks. Stocking up on healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, whole-grain bread and lean protein like turkey. Take a few minutes during the weekend to cut up fruits and vegetables and prepare things like tuna salad or hard-boiled eggs for convenience in the mornings. Consider packing an ice pack in lunchbox to keep foods cold.
Manage stress. Getting back into school can be stressful for everyone! Try not to overload schedules (as much as possible). Schoolwork and after-school activities are important, but it’s also essential to take time to relax, play and spend time as a family
Back to School Health Tips was last modified: August 4th, 2018 by admin
Participating Regal Cinemas (Everett, Northgate) have $1 tickets to kids’ movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10 am. Escape the heat in the air conditioning!
Visit a museum on First Thursday
Many Seattle area museums have free days on the first Thursday of the month. Participating museums include the Seattle Art Museum, the Museum of History & Industry, the NW African American Museum and the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum.
Visit the zoo. Woodland Park Zoo now has a Rhino Reserve!
Enjoy the beach at Jetty Island in Everett. If you have a group of eight plus you can set a reservation on the free ferry!
Get crafty. Home Depot holds free kids’ workshop on the first Saturday of every month from 9am-12pm. The store provides all supplies needed and your kid can bring home a completed project!
Get outdoors. You can visit any Washington state par for free on August 25th (in celebration of the National Park Services’ 102nd birthday).
6 Fun Budget-Friendly Things to Do Before Summer Ends was last modified: August 3rd, 2018 by admin
McQuinn Naturopathic has been busier than ever, and we have exciting news to share with our patients.
As you may already know, we are opening a new location to better serve our amazing patients. We are proud to announce starting May 5th we will be serving our patients at our new building in Everett!
New Address: 1429 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201
Same Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thank you for your continued support of McQuinn Naturopathic. We are excited to be building our future through faith and love for our patients. If you have any questions about our newest location, please contact us anytime at (425) 905-2487.
Building Our Future Through Faith – New Location Opening May 5th was last modified: April 20th, 2018 by admin
Eggplant is considered by many to be a vegetable, but is in fact a fruit! Egg plant is an excellent source of nutrition. It is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B1, copper, manganese, vitamin B6, niacin, folate, and vitamin K, as well as phytonutrients including nasunin and chlorogenic acid.
Eggplant is considered to aid in weight loss, protect the digestive system, increase cognition, aid in diabetes management, improve cardiovascular health and more.
Try this grilled eggplant recipe to add this nutritious food into your diet.
Ghee is clarified butter. With a long history of use in Southeast Asia for both culinary and medicinal purposes, ghee is a preferred choice to other partially hydrogenated oils and has been prescribed for digestive issues, ulcers, and more. It is said to help improve absorption and assimilation, lubricate connective tissues, and even help improve memory and aid in the vitality of the body. Plus – ghee has a rich, nutty flavor and better nutritional profile compared to butter.
Learn how you can prepare your own ghee at home with the following recipe.