Integral Health

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What is Integral Health

Integral health is defined as an approach to life that considers multidimensional aspects of wellness. These areas include physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual. The individual is the active participant their overall healing process. Through are partnership with Transcend company, we offer a variety of different noninvasive protocols to help our patients become fully optimized but we encourage our patients to take an active approach into their overall health and wellness. Our protocols cannot address all aspects of integral health. But the chances are significantly higher when the patients understand and take a proactive approach into their health and wellness.

Ways to Improve Integral Health


You have more than 600 muscles in your body that contribute to about 40% of your total body weight. By moving, you are strengthening your muscles, which improves stability, balance, and coordination. Don’t forget, stretching helps maintain your muscle health as well.


Movement helps build more durable, denser bones. Bone-building activities like resistance training (weights), weight-bearing exercises (jogging, walking, hiking), and balance training (yoga) can support better bone density.


Yoga is all about body awareness, so you’re compelled to pay attention to each movement. By being aware of how you move, you can increase coordination and balance, be mindful of the positioning of your joints, and relax. Plus, yoga encourages flexibility and range-of-motion, which boosts joint flexibility and joint function.


According to the British Heart Foundation, we can avoid around 10,000 fatal heart each year if we keep fit, so start moving and try cycling to improve your heart health. Regular cycling can cut your risk of heart disease by 50%.


Keeping your rate up improves your cardiorespiratory endurance. Circuit training with a personal trainer or in a group fitness class is a perfect solution. But again, you don’t have to perform a high-intensity movement. Instead, try BODYFLOW or Yoga Sculpt – it still gets your lungs going but at a more comfortable pace.


Walking 30-40 minutes a day three times per week can help “regrow” the structures of the brain linked to cognitive decline in older adults. If you are working from home or tend to sit more often, make an effort to take walks.