Patient Newsletter – March 2022

At Omega Health & Wellness, we’re dedicated to helping our patients feel better and live happier, more fulfilling lives. As part of that mission, each month we’ll provide a dose of the latest news, important announcements, and expert guidance straight to your inbox. Have questions or want to schedule an appointment? Contact us today! 

Thank You, Dr. Beaman

Wednesday, March 30 is National Doctors’ Day and the Omega Health & Wellness team is celebrating our very own Dr. Beaman! This special day honors physicians for their dedication and contributions to society and the community, including all they do for us and our loved ones.


Please join us in recognizing Dr. Beaman for his continued commitment to medical excellence and to all of our patients.

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Blog: Pain keeping you up? Five strategies for a better night’s sleep

Lack of consistent, quality sleep can be devastating. Unfortunately, while a majority of adults report the occasional night of insomnia, those battling chronic pain often face an even more uphill battle. Our Jacksonville health and wellness team has picked the top ways those experiencing chronic pain can improve their sleep patterns and feel better. Click here to learn more.


The Omega Health & Wellness Blog is packed with info on the latest company news and resources to keep you feeling your best – VISIT

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From Our Social: Sleep Awareness Week

This month we’re all about those zzzzz’s! Sleep Awareness Week was held on March 13-19 and celebrates sleep health and encourages the public to prioritize sleep to improve health and well-being. To celebrate and bring awareness to this issue of insomnia, we’ve been sharing tons of topical tips and tricks on our Facebook page.


We invite you to follow us on Facebook to see even more content like this, connect with the Omega Health & Wellness team, see exclusive behind-the-scenes photos, and let us know how we’re doing.

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Vitamin B12 deficiency: Two feelings in the chest indicating a severe drop in B12

Vitamin B12 is best known for its role in the maintenance of the nervous and neurological systems. But despite its crucial role, levels are abnormally low among certain groups of the population. Surprisingly, symptoms of low B12 are abnormally low could be apparent in the chest.


A recently published article from Express discusses how to spot the signs of a B12 deficiency, and how to get more of the substance in one’s diet. Click here to read the full story.

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