Stay Active

Just because you can’t move as quickly as you used to doesn’t mean that you should stop moving all together. Good day, Nashville! This is Doctor Keith Snead here to give a tip to those 65 and up about anti-aging.

One of the best things that you can do for your health as a senior citizen is to stay active. Do what you can to keep moving, even if it means going for a walk with your cane or walker through the park. Exercise helps you avoid disease, thus potentially enabling you to live longer.

My office here in Nashville loves to help our precious seniors! We hope you will keep us in mind for all your health care needs. Click here to read my full report on anti-aging and to make an appointment: http://nashvillewellnesscenter.com/antiaging

Causes of Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a bit of a mystery disease, but there are a number of theories as to its cause. Hello friends, this is Doctor Keith Snead, and I’m here today to give residents of Nashville important information about this painful ailment.

Many diseases are the result of an autoimmune disorder, meaning that the immune system becomes overactive and attacks healthy cells as well as harmful bacteria. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can also be the result of anemia or dangerously low blood pressure.

If you suffer with the constant pain and exhaustion that comes with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I invite you to see me, Doctor Keith Snead at my office here in Nashville. Click here to read my full report on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and to make an appointment: http://nashvillewellnesscenter.com/fatigue

The Physical Implications of Stress

A person not only looks unpleasant on the outside when they are stressed. Their insides feel it, too. I’m Doctor Keith Snead, a practitioner of integrated medicine in Nashville. Today, I would like to tell you a little about the physical implications of stress.

When you are angry or sad, you can probably feel your blood pressure rising. You may also notice a headache coming on, and your stomach may tighten. Your whole system goes into a different mode, where you just feel terrible all over.

Repeated negative reactions to stressors can cause disease. Why not come see me, Doctor Keith Snead, here in Nashville for some practical help with managing your stress before IT controls you? Click on the following link to read my full report on stress and to make an appointment: http://nashvillewellnesscenter.com/antistress