Dr. Mavila

Dr. Mavila

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That activity or exercise which enhances your performance will also prevent injury
Be honest first with yourself about your progress.
What came up for you?😃👇
“More striking was that vitamin D deficiency was found in 97% of severely ill patients who required ICU admission but in only 33% of asymptomatic cases, suggesting that low levels are a necessary component of severe COVID-19
Make sure to be taking vitamin D regularly, especially if you’re 70-100 years of age.
As we enjoy this wonderful cool, partly sunny, partly rainy and windy weather of fall; I crave the warm foods like stews, soups, oven roasts and baked goods, yum! I will be sharing a few of my favorite recipes for the fall season as I make them myself with an anti-inflammatory focus. Stay put :)
It’s easy to get stiff during this quarantine. Chiropractic adjustments have been shown to improve mobilization and effective pain relief without the laundry side effects of medication. The point is to return function and reduce inflammation. When you focus on supporting structural integrity and function with chemical balance and a beautiful state of mind, you get results.

It is an honor to serve the public locally and around the world through virtual consultation programs for spine rehabilitation and health.

While an adjustment is a passive intervention that gives results, the most important aspect is to learn to rehabilitate yourself.

I am accepting new patients through our virtual office. If you’d like a free 15 min health assessment you may contact me:

US (951)489-2673
WhatsApp: +1-951-489-2673

[email protected]
What is your biggest challenge that is keeping you from living constantly in your best health? Is it not understanding what foods to eat? Lifestyle habits? Creating a diet/activity schedule? Lack of motivation? Unproductive thoughts?

This is a critical time to become healthy, especially as the whole world is facing a pandemic. Yes, even amidst a quarantine you can become the best version of yourself! You get to change your life story and revolutionize your mental and physical health.

If you have a pre-existing condition (diabetes, high blood pressure, low thyroid, overweight, autoimmune disorders, have chronic pain, etc) and are using this time to binge on comfort foods that are high in starches, sugars, hours of movies while walking around in pijamas all day, let me tell you, that is a terrible idea!
It's been a month in quarantine. It's understandable that at first we are all caught in the "bored at home" mentality, but that's just a mindset. There's plenty you can do that is productive, purpose driven, entertaining and healthy while safe at home during the quarantine.

It's up to you to reinvent yourself and not let quarantine keep you from your purpose. Staying at home is our duty to save lives. This is how we get to love one another. However, staying at home in this crucial time is no reason to become unfit, get unhealthy, lazy and worsen an underlying condition.

Your health is your true wealth! You have the opportunity to take ownership over your own health results. Managing your health results is entirely your call. If you have lost your health, now you can take the steps to get your health back.

This is a testing time and you can make the best out of it no matter the circumstances. You can find a way to be productive while staying at home.

You can use this time as a wake up call to transform your life. If not now when?
Staying at home and washing your hands is a must.
While at home, take this time to make yourself healthier.
There is no treatment for this new virus and we are left to rely in our immune system, should we become infected.

Therefore, our best bet right now is the responsiveness of our immune system. We can take steps to boost our immune system health as best we can.

Inflammation is a response of the immune system. Thus, a body in a state of inflammation, chronic inflammation, will have its immune system already less responsive than a body in an anti-inflammatory state.

This is the time to quit smoking.
This is the time to try to take back your health and reduce inflammation by changing your eating habits and activity.
Take this time to be present with your loved ones, connect, heal relationships, forgive and ask for forgiveness.

Remember:

"Love has in it no element of fear; but perfect love drives away fear, because fear involves pain, and if a man gives way to fear, there is something imperfect in his love"
1 John 4:18

Being on quarantine is no excuse to be inactive. There's exercises in place, like aerobics, resistance exercises, dancing, etc.

I am available for consultation on-line if you have concerns about your health. I can look at your detailed health history, labs and design a strategic health plan specific to your health needs

You may reach me at

USA 1.951.225.3551
Whatsapp: +19514892673
[email protected]

I am here to serve you

Love,

Dr Cesar Mavila, DC
Chronic Stress and how it affects your immune system and inflammation. Chronic inflammation reduces your immune system's ability to fight.

Dr Cesar Mavila holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health

Functional Medicine Practitioner • Holistic Doctor • Chiropractic Physician • Spine Specialist • Nutrition Specialist

Dr. Mavila updated their phone number. 08/26/2022

Dr. Mavila updated their phone number.

Dr. Mavila updated their phone number.

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp. 08/26/2022

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp.

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp.

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp. 08/26/2022

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp.

Dr. Mavila is now on WhatsApp.

07/24/2021

That activity or exercise which enhances your performance will also prevent injury

05/26/2021

Be honest first with yourself about your progress.

05/24/2021

What came up for you?😃👇

Op-Ed: Don't Let COVID-19 Patients Die With Vitamin D Deficiency 01/18/2021

Op-Ed: Don't Let COVID-19 Patients Die With Vitamin D Deficiency

“More striking was that vitamin D deficiency was found in 97% of severely ill patients who required ICU admission but in only 33% of asymptomatic cases, suggesting that low levels are a necessary component of severe COVID-19

Op-Ed: Don't Let COVID-19 Patients Die With Vitamin D Deficiency We can't wait for perfect evidence

Study: Elderly patients previously on vitamin D3 supplements more likely to survive COVID-19 01/18/2021

Study: Elderly patients previously on vitamin D3 supplements more likely to survive COVID-19

Make sure to be taking vitamin D regularly, especially if you’re 70-100 years of age.

Study: Elderly patients previously on vitamin D3 supplements more likely to survive COVID-19 Elderly patients who have previously taken vitamin D3 supplements are more likely to survive COVID-19 but a single standard dose of 80,000 IU vitamin D3 after infection is probably too low and too late in the day to generate protective effects, according to the first quasi-experimental study into th...

12/17/2020

COVID-19: Why You Should Wear a Mask

10/27/2020

As we enjoy this wonderful cool, partly sunny, partly rainy and windy weather of fall; I crave the warm foods like stews, soups, oven roasts and baked goods, yum! I will be sharing a few of my favorite recipes for the fall season as I make them myself with an anti-inflammatory focus. Stay put :)

Dr. Mavila updated their address. 08/08/2020

Dr. Mavila updated their address.

Dr. Mavila updated their address.

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I’ve saved a few spots for my Checking In With Your Immune System Email Series.

If you haven’t signed up yet, do so now at https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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If you need another reason to eat more fruits and veggies, here’s one: to boost your immune system!

Your immune system works hard to protect you. Help keep it strong with powerful micronutrients and antioxidants found in plants.

Learn more at https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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Learn about your immune function and how your gut supports your immune system during my email series, Checking In With Your Immune System.

This is your opportunity to have immune questions answered by experts! Opt-in now at https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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If you regularly miss out on a full night’s rest, your health will suffer, including your immune system.

Learn why and how to get better sleep during Checking In With Your Immune System.

Get more information here: https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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Disease symptoms sometimes occur because your immune system is reacting to the microorganisms.

Find out what your immune system needs from you to function properly during our email series, Checking In With Your Immune System.

Get on the list at https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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Find out what’s going on with your immune system when the pollen starts falling outside.

Opt-in for Checking In With Your Immune System at https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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Find out the different causes of infection and how your immune system defends you from harm during my email series, Checking In With Your Immune System.

To opt-in, click here: https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

05/04/2020

It’s easy to get stiff during this quarantine. Chiropractic adjustments have been shown to improve mobilization and effective pain relief without the laundry side effects of medication. The point is to return function and reduce inflammation. When you focus on supporting structural integrity and function with chemical balance and a beautiful state of mind, you get results.

It is an honor to serve the public locally and around the world through virtual consultation programs for spine rehabilitation and health.

While an adjustment is a passive intervention that gives results, the most important aspect is to learn to rehabilitate yourself.

I am accepting new patients through our virtual office. If you’d like a free 15 min health assessment you may contact me:

US (951)489-2673
WhatsApp: +1-951-489-2673

[email protected]

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Thank you again for taking part in Coping with COVID-19!

I’d love to hear from you. What is your number one takeaway from yesterday’s experience?

If you’re interested in addressing your stress one-on-one, I’m here to help!

Dr Mavila services via we**am consultations locally and around the globe. If you'd like to schedule a free 15 min health evaluation, contact:

US: 951-225-3551

whatsapp: +1-951-489-2673

[email protected]

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Join us for Checking In With Your Immune System!

For more information and to get on the list, visit https://drmaviladc.synduit.com/CHIL0001

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Thank you for taking part in today’s event! I know during times of stress, it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but I assure you it’s there.

If you have any questions, please feel free to post them below.

For additional information on anything we discussed today, please feel free to contact me.

Dr Mavila services via we**am consultations locally and around the globe. If you'd like to schedule a free 15 min health evaluation, contact:

US: 951-225-3551

whatsapp: +1-951-489-2673

[email protected]

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Gratitude is the quality of being thankful. Gratitude is also a healing and supportive emotion. When you’re struggling with stress, the practice of gratitude can help you.

A gratitude practice begins with paying attention. Take notice of all the good things in your life. We can quickly become consumed by negativity and forget good and bad exist in unison.

A great way to help you organize your thoughts, accept experiences, and put them into context is to journal. By writing, you can magnify and expand on the sources of goodness in your life, and think about what resources you’ve gained from your experiences, even bad ones.

To take your gratitude even further, express it to others. Many people in your life have helped you in one way or another. Thanking them completes the feeling of connection.

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Life is too short and valuable to remain stuck in patterns that don’t serve you. When you are unable to forgive someone, it holds you back from fully experiencing life.

Energy used to maintain a grudge can cause a continual release of stress hormones. Forgiveness isn’t about ‘letting someone off-the-hook.’ It’s a gift you give to yourself to allow the release of negative emotions.

Here is a short video about forgiveness: https://youtu.be/d-K5btaxEFY

Don't forget to forgive the most important person, YOU.

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Our emotions are essential indicators of how we’re feeling, but it’s important to remember our emotions are not who we are.

Emotions change from moment to moment, depending on our thoughts, actions, environment, and even the food we eat. It's important to have healthy coping skills to deal with uncomfortable emotions, like anger, anxiety, and sadness.

Do you have healthy ways to process your emotions?

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There are many ways you can connect with yourself and your spirit. Whether you enjoy meditation, attending a religious service, or praying, spiritual self-care is important.

Here are some ways to help you deepen your spiritual self-care.

Yoga

The goal of yoga is to harmonize your body, mind, and spirit. The practice is individualized according to your needs. Yoga encourages non-judgment and acceptance about where you are in life with the knowledge that you are building a strong foundation for a more empowering life. There are many types of yoga—try a few to see which is best for you.

Meditation

Meditation is one of the easiest, most accessible spiritual practices to maintain. The practice of meditation can reduce stress and create a clearer connection to who you are and what you want out of life.

Being in Nature

Nature has an incredible way of healing. Take time each day to immerse yourself in the sound of birds or water, the sight of trees swaying in the wind, etc. You can’t help but disconnect when you are in the moment, and there is a sense of experiencing something greater than yourself.

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Taking time for spiritual self-care encourages introspection and offers clarity and comfort. Introspection helps you remove yourself from external stressors and instead focus on what’s going on internally.

Spiritual self-care can help you to:

- Improve relationships and connections with others

- Experience more inner peace

- Gain clarity on what makes you happy

- Enhance feelings of oneness and universality

- Diminish feelings of isolation and loneliness

- Deepen the relationship with self

These are all crucial long-term stress-relief strategies that will help you manage future stress.

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Those who participate in spiritual self-care activities have been found to live healthier lifestyles.

Nurturing your spirit, however, doesn't have to involve religion. It can involve anything that helps you develop a deeper sense of meaning, understanding, or connection with the universe. Spirituality has different meanings for different people, often influenced by the ideologies you grew up with.

A spiritual self-care practice is any ritual that connects you to your true self, the real you. Are you engaging in spiritual practices that you find fulfilling?

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In today's society, we're continually bombarded with information, and that information overload can cause stress and tension. From written media to television, radio broadcasts, and social media, it can be hard to escape.

When something that is out of your control is the cause of your stress, a national tragedy, a big news story, etc. you have the option to unplug.

Take time to turn off your notifications, silence your phone, and focus on something you enjoy without interruptions for the latest breaking news.

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Another useful technique for banishing stress involves imagining that your stress is gone! Affirmations, guided imagery,​ and visualizations are great for helping you manage your stress.

Here are some tips for incorporating affirmations into your life. Keep them positive. Repeat your affirmations frequently. Post them around your home and workspace for visual reminders.

Some affirmations you can try:

I deserve a peaceful and loving life.

I am centered and quiet.

Calmness washes over me with every deep breath I take.

My thoughts are calming down.

Challenges bring opportunities.

Here’s a short guided meditation to help you let go of stress: https://youtu.be/Fpiw2hH-dlc

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One thing that can significantly impact your stress level is your attitude. Pessimists, perfectionists, and those with 'type A' personalities, for example, may have a tendency to self-sabotage with negative thought and behavior patterns.

Try taking a more positive outlook. If you look hard enough, there is always some good to be found in any situation.

The hard-to-face moments in life often provide teachable moments. It’s up to you to figure out what lesson is to be learned. Rather than focusing on the negative things happening around you, search for the positives.

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Our thoughts and the way we think about ourselves greatly influence your psychological well-being.

Mental self-care involves doing things that help you stay mentally healthy. Practicing self-compassion and acceptance, for example, helps you maintain a healthier inner dialogue.

There are many techniques you can use to reduce stress while practicing mental self-care.

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Communication is a key aspect of staying connected. When we’re feeling stressed, anger and frustration can take over quickly. This can have a negative effect on your communication skills.

Sharing your feelings of stress with others can help relieve stress. Listening to others discuss their stress can also help you feel less alone.

Allowing yourself to open up and be vulnerable to loved ones is a restorative form of self-care. Here are some tips to help:

- Value yourself and your options.

- Know your needs and wants.

- Express negative thoughts in a positive way.

- Receive feedback positively.

- Listen when others are speaking.

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The good news is no matter where in the world your loved ones are located, remaining connected is easier than ever before.

Here are some ways to cultivate connections with others right from your home.

Text messaging. Sending a quick ‘Hi I’m thinking of you’ is a quick and easy way to share a moment with a loved one.

Video chat. There are countless platforms available that allow you to get in some face-time without leaving your home. WeChat, Whatsapp, and Facebook Messenger are great apps for some free face to face conversations.

Group chats. Get together with the whole family virtually with video conferencing. Skype, Zoom, and Google Meet are tools for multi-user interactions.

Write a letter. This old-fashioned method of communication can be a fun way to interact. Ask the sender to write back!

Share an experience. Pick a book, TV show, or activity you and a loved one both enjoy and set a date to discuss your experiences.

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Social health refers to your relationships and the connections you have with the people in your life.

Out of necessity, we’ve evolved into social beings. Cooperation with one another enhanced our ability to survive under harsh environmental circumstances.

Deep connections to others is a vital aspect of well-being. The best way to cultivate and maintain close relationships is to put time and energy into building your relationships with others. We all have different social needs, meaning this isn’t a set amount of time we require social interaction to benefit.

Unfortunately, it's easy to neglect your relationships when life gets busy, and before you know it, stress and loneliness can creep in.

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Sleep is a crucial aspect of stress management and physical self-care. Adults need anywhere from 7-9 hours each night.

Stress can be the cause of troubled sleep. However, the lack of sleep often leads to increased stress levels.

To ensure a good night's rest, try creating a bedtime routine to help signal your body, it's time to wind down. Try to go to sleep and wake at the same time each day, even on weekends.

Some relaxing activities you may want to try:

Stretching

Reading

Meditating

Taking a hot bath

Drinking a cup of warm tea

Try to avoid using electronics 30 minutes before sleep and resist the urge to scroll through social media or check work emails. Lastly, avoid vigorous activity, large meals, and caffeine close to bedtime.

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It's no secret that we all should be active daily. From maintaining mobility and reducing injury to improving mental health, there are countless benefits of physical activity.

The physical effects of stress can manifest in a number of different ways, such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety, weight gain, muscle aches and pains, crankiness, and difficulty focusing.

While removing all stress from our lives isn't possible, managing stress can help you avoid the negative symptoms. One of the best forms of stress management is exercise.

Doing something physical helps get your mind and body out of the fight or flight stress response, so your body feels better. Virtually any form of exercise or movement can increase your fitness level while decreasing your stress. The most important thing is to pick an activity that you enjoy!

For a mind-body exercise, try yoga, pilates, or Tai Chi.

For structured activity, try cardio, interval training, or strengthening exercises.

Unstructured activities like yard work, washing the car, gardening, and organizing or cleaning your home are also great ways to get moving.

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