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Jul
22

Drink more water

It's summer and it's hot out there. To feel your best be sure to stay adequately hydrated. Drink water to prevent muscle cramps and fatigue especially when outside in the hot sun. When you are dehydrated your muscles are too. Thirsty muscles will "knot up" and cramp quicker than healthy hydrated muscles. Coffee, iced tea and soda may be a refreshing beverage of choice for many people, but it can actually...
Jun
6

Relieve neck tension

Many of us spend much of our day hunched over. We may be working at a computer, using a smart phone, reading or engaging in a similar activity, but the posture is the same: the head and neck are tilted downward and the shoulders are rolled forward. By the end of the day the neck and shoulders can become stiff and sore from holding these muscles in this poor position. A good stretch to relieve tension in...
Jun
1

Music reduces stress

One of the best ways to relieve stress is through music. There is no question that music can be relaxing and even help you to concentrate in certain situations. Quite a bit of research has been done on this topic, and many health practitioners now use music to help patients relax. There is even a field of study called music therapy where people learn how to use music to help people relax and even reduce...
May
22

Massage for women

How massage helps women Massage for transitions and PMS If you are a woman, massage can help support you in many of your transitions from adolescence, motherhood and beyond menopause. How can massage help? Massage offers the time and space to relax. During a massage, you breathe deeply and let go of anxiety and irritability. Massage helps eases headaches and neck tightness. It can release tension that...
May
20

Massage for tendinitis

Tweet Massage for tendinitis Massage can help this injury Tendinitis can affect everyone from tennis players and golfers to warehouse and office workers. Known for painful inflammation (‘itis’ refers to inflammation), scarring of tendons, swelling, and a feeling of weakness, tendinitis inhibits proper muscle function. The tendon is the tissue at the end of the muscle that connects to the...
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