On this episode, we talk about brain health, and how to preserve yours. Our guest today is the amazing Dr. Annie Fenn, OB/GYN turned chef and brain health specialist. Annie explains how what we eat drastically affects the health of our brain as we age, and how good food choices can minimize our risk of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Listen to hear what is good for your brain health and what you might want to avoid.
Health in the Hole, Episode 14 Sleep is our topic today on Health in the Hole, more specifically why we have trouble sleeping and what we can do about it. Our guest is Martha Lewis, a sleep consultant, who goes in depth about what affects our sleep, beyond the blue-blocking glasses and dark quiet room, […]
Jaw pain is quite common. Up to 15% of US adults have jaw pain or restriction, and it as at least twice as common in women as it is in men. TMJ issues can be causes by acute trauma, repetitive trauma, stress, aging, and inflammatory disorders.
Health in the Hole, Episode 13 Rochelle explains why “bodywork is essential, not just a luxury,” especially in our crazy town. As a lead therapist and owner of Massage Professionals of Jackson Hole, she knows her stuff. She explains the benefits of massage, all the different types of massage, and what goes along with bodywork […]
Benign Paroxysmal Postural (or Positional) Vertigo is a type of vertigo (often called dizziness or a spinning sensation). BPPV specifically happens when you turn your head one direction, you look up, or when you are lying on one side. The spinning sensation and sometimes accompanying nausea typically lasts up to a minute, and it happens each time the head is turned in that direction or is in that position.
Welcome to winter (finally)! Snow is starting to accumulate; snowcats are grooming both JHMR and the King, and the backcountry is getting better by the day. Yes, both Dr. Laura and I are avid boarders, however today, I want to take a minute and address you “old fashioned” skiers (you know I love you despite […]