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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 21, 20155B PLUMAS PHYSICAL THE Kory Felker, M.RT, "We Get Results" Orthopedic, Sports, Pediatric & Aquatic Therapy Home Health ,o General & Cardiac Rehabilitation Most Insurances Accepted QUINCY GRAEAGLE 78 Central Ave., #2 8989 Hwy. 89, Bldg. 36 #1 530-283-2202 530-836-1178 530-283-2204 (FAX) Family Dentistry All phases of General Dentistry including Orthodontics Crowns & Bridges Partials/Dentures Extractions Cosmetic Dentistry Bleaching Periodontics Root Canals Dental implants to anchor loose dentures or replace missing teeth Now Accepting New Patients 181 S. Gulling St., Portola 530-832-4461 Fax 530-832-4409 / Michael W. Barton, General Dentistry Route 89 Graeagle FAMILY DENTAL CARE Stress can kill you and the longer you experience stress the worse your health can become. In fact, exposure to long term stress causes the body to produce several hormones that can lead to anxiety, depression, digestive problems, heart disease, trouble sleeping, obesity, and memory loss, according to the Mayo Clinic. Both men and women suffer from stress but women are more susceptible to stress- related conditions, which can also include infertility. Stress levels can also increase significantly when economic times are tough. In England, the British Health and Social Care Information Centre found that stress increased by 47 percent during that country's recession and that stress was the single biggest cause of sickness in the UK, affecting 20 percent of the population. Professor Cary Cooper of Lancaster University, a known expert on stress, was alarmed and told The Independent, "I have never seen figures like this before. Stress is a trigger mechanism for a whole range of conditions, from heart attacks to immune system disorders, mental illness and depression and anxiety." Many times people will turn to food to help them relieve stress and there is a scientific reason for this. Salty snacks actually help your body reduce stress levels. Stress is characterized in the human body by high levels of the hormone cOrtisol, referred to as the "stress hormone." Scientific research has shown, both in animals and in humans, that increased levels of salt consumption are very effective in reducinglevels of cortisol. Now, new research from the University of Haiffi published in the science journal Appetite, has confirmed the relationship between salt and stress in humans. Researchers found an inverse correlation between salt and depression/stress, especially in women. In essence, the body is self-regulating to prevent stress and depression by making us crave salt. Professor Micah Leshem reviewed data from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) using 10,000 individuals and demonstrated that depression and stress were higher in individuals who consumed less salt, a trend more prevalent in women .than men. .n ted that the .... relationship of higher depres sion with lower s alt intake in humans was consistent with the results of animal studies. He went on to question whether the voluntary selection of salty food choices was a biological defense mechanism that evolved to cope with daily stress. Professors Pavel and Leshem also found that young people, up to the age of 19, selectively choose foods that are higher in salt, indicating& natural feedback mechanism driving them to consume higher salt foods and rewarding them with more vigorous growth. This begs the question; if we restrict the salt intake of young people will their growth be diminished? Despite the many clear benefits of salt-intake in a person's diet, various national and governmental organizations are calling for drastic reductions in the amount of salt people consume. However, a new study published in the American Journal of Hypertension found that the average American is already consuming the right amount of sodium for optimal health outcomes and that the low sodium levels currently recommended by the CDC and major health departments are now viewed by many in the scientific community as excessively and unrealistically low .... The fact remains that whether they are called comfort foods or mood stabilizers, salty foods are incredibly effective at making people feel better and reducing heightened stress levels. r.e,a e hee o Most insurances accepted Manual Therapy Sports Medicine Neck/Back Care Cardiac Rehabilitation Orthopedics Most Insurances accepted -- including Blue Cross and Blue Shield Greenville 284-1666 284-1667 (Fax) Quincy 283-0311 283-0314 (Fax) Gregory Sawyer, DDS Family Dentistry. Orthodontics & Certified invisalign Provider (530) 283-2811 2034 East Main Street Quincy, CA 95971, (across from Polka Dot, East Quincy) OPEN M0N - FRI 8am - 4:30pm Evening appointments available .... and arms and legs and feet and neck Now accepting new patients in our Portola and Loyalton Offices MARTIN L. BANFORD, DC CHIRnP~R 15 COMMERCIAL ST PORTOLA, ~ 96 ] 22 531]-832-4442 3115 BEI3K'WI'rH ST LI3P(ALTON, CAg61113 531]-g9 - 900 , i lly den t Emily S. Luscri, DDS New patients, children & emergencies Welcome (530) 283-1119 call today for a consultation 431 W. Main Street, Quincy Family Dentistry1 Periodonticsl Easte,',l Pllilnns ':'!! Oral ImplantologyII ' People Iteipi.g People. Periodontal Prosthesisl Main Hospital Campus 500 First Avenue Portola, CA 96122 Michael W. Herndon, D.D.S / (530) 832-6500 or(800) 571-EPHC Amsterdam Fellow / - Comprehensive In & Outpatient Services - I Including Full Service tab, X-ray, Mammog- raphy, Ultrasound, CT, Respiratory Therapy 431 W. Main Street Quincy CA 95971 I and Outpatient Procedures | 530-283-1119 I 24-Hour Emergency Room ACLS Ambulance (call 911) FAX: 530-283-2319 I J Portola Medical & Dental Clinic 480 First Avenue Portola (530) 832-6600 Graeagle Medical Clinic 7597 Hwy 89 Graeagle (530) 836-1122 Loyallon Medical Clinic 725 Third Street Loyalton (530/993-1231 Indian Valley Medical Clinic 176 Hot Springs Rd G~eenville (530/284~6116 Skillled Nursing Care Loyalton (530) 993-1225 Portola (530) 832-6546