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Massage for Pain

Massage for Pain

Massage therapy is not only an excellent option if you want to de-stress and relax, but it can actually be very useful if you struggle with chronic pain. When you have chronic pain, it occurs over a long period of time, and even if you have moments where you are pain-free, it always comes back. There are certain types of massages that are better for pain, including those listed here. Massage Styles and Techniques For Pain Swedish Massage This first…

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What is a Kansa Massage?

What is a Kansa Massage?

Kansa massage is a massage therapy that employs the practice of using bronze metal hand tools to do touch and kneading. Kansa, a type of bronze, is also used to produce sacred musical instruments like bells, singing bowls, statues, and other religious items. They are closely associated with powerful healing of the mind, the body, and the spirit. The resonant tones of the instruments are used to produce soothing tones, illicit focus, and calm the mind. What is a Kansa…

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Ice or Heat for Massage?

Ice or Heat for Massage?

Sometimes it can be difficult to determine exactly which therapy you should use for which kind of injury. Both heat and cold can be very beneficial for all sort of soreness and injuries, but the wrong treatment at a sensitive time can lengthen the time it takes to heal, or even aggravate or inflame the injury to a further extent than it already was before the treatment. This article will be geared towards showing you when ice or heat should…

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Why is Massage So Good for You?

Why is Massage So Good for You?

Physical Benefits of Massage For a lot of people, the world of massage is seen simply as a luxury, or a lavish treat for their senses. While this could be seen as true, many people also know that it is quite a bit more than that. Massage offers a wide range of positive effects that can stimulate not only the body but also the mind. This article will be sharing just a few of the most important benefits of massage….

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Alternative Health for Baby Boomers

Alternative Health for Baby Boomers

Over the past decade, the use of complementary therapies is becoming more and more popular. There was an essential increase in the use of these therapies since year 1990, and about 40% of baby boomers used some form of complementary therapy to live longer as they approach retirement. Aromatherapy Aromatherapy is an intervention, which may bring great advantage for baby boomers, especially those who have agitation and dementia. This therapy has been used for more than 6000 years as an…

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How Does Massage Help Older People

How Does Massage Help Older People

As you age, you may find yourself and your peers slowing down. However, it does not mean that it has to happen. Each of your peers possess various levels of ability, participating in physical activities on a regular basis, which ranges from golf to tennis to jogging. Several of them are participating in dancing or in lower-influenced physical activities like curling or lawn bowling. Massage therapy on a regular basis is assisting your desire to become active and get the…

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New Approaches to Natural Health Care

New Approaches to Natural Health Care

What with the mandating of health insurance to bolster the modern health care machine maintaining the average 71-year lifespan should remain the status quo, while in the United States we spend more money on medical expenses than any other nation on the planet. Yet, there is a subversive underground awakening amongst the world populace including the USA that may just skew the statistics in favor of increased longevity. More and more people are taking notice of circumstances surrounding those who…

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