Caring for your Skin: Facial Massage and its Benefits

06 Dec 2017
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Caring for your Skin: Facial Massage and its Benefits

When you meet someone, the first thing you notice about each other is your face. As per Chinese tradition, a face can reveal a lot about a person. With that in mind, it makes sense to take good care of your face. With a packed daily schedule and the stresses that come with it, we often neglect our facial skin. A facial massage uses various products, techniques, and steam to create a deep and relaxing experience. A rich and soothing massage can not only enhance the health of your skin but provides several other benefits as well. Let’s discuss a few of the benefits of getting a facial massage. 1) Anti-Aging Just like the muscles in the rest of your body, your facial muscles can tighten due to daily stress, leading to the appearance of fine lines on the forehead, creases near the eyes, and sagging skin at the jawline..

How Massages Can Affect Your Mental Health

14 Nov 2017
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How Massages Can Affect Your Mental Health

When you set out to improve your mental health, getting regular massages may not be the first thing that comes to mind. While there are several aspects to achieving a healthy, balanced mental state, massage may be the most beneficial and may positively affect the most areas of the body. There are many ways that massages can improve your mental health; let’s take a look at a few of them. Improve Mental Health Conditions Massage has been proven to help with several mental health conditions in addition to those negative mental states and attitudes that persist from day to day. With the release of “good” brain chemicals such as serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin, a person’s mental state can be altered for the better. Massage improves:        Depression        Anxiety        Irritability        Mood        Anger/aggression        Insomnia When you’re under stress, your body produces an excess of cortisol, and massage not only helps increase the “good”.

Physical Health and Massages

08 Nov 2017
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Physical Health and Massages

It’s common knowledge that getting a massage is a relaxing experience. But have you thought about how massages affect your overall well-being? Massages can affect you physically, mentally, and even emotionally in ways, you may never have realized. In today’s busy, stressful world, getting massages is more than just a luxury; sometimes it becomes a necessity to improve a person’s health and well-being. Let’s look at some of the benefits of massages and their positive effects. Mental Health Benefits of Massages While you may not think of getting massages as something to improve one’s mental health, you have to remember that there is a direct correlation between physical and mental: what goes on in mind affects the body and vice versa. Have you ever had a day when you’ve been under a lot of stress—deadlines at work, financial pressure, accomplishing a goal, or whatever the case may be? Have you.

Nurture Your Well-being with a Massage

26 Oct 2017
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Nurture Your Well-being with a Massage

You may not realize it, but just as your body needs food to survive and use energy, your well-being needs to be fed and nurtured also. Well-being encompasses several areas, from mental health and outlook to physical health and relaxation. While you wouldn’t expect to survive long without physical nourishment, you should place just as much importance on your overall well-being and prevent it from suffering. Some days it is hard to take time for yourself, but if you don’t, chances are good that you’ll be forced to one day due to illness or fatigue. A massage is a perfect way to sustain your well-being, as it benefits you in every area to support your overall health and prevent that sickness or disease you’d prefer to avoid. Boost Immune System Did you know that getting regular massages can give your immune system a boost? When you’re under a lot of.

The Physical Health Benefits of a Massage

10 Oct 2017
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The Physical Health Benefits of a Massage

On a scale of one to ten, how well would you say you take care of yourself? Unfortunately, many of us may not truly take as good care of ourselves as we should. Perhaps you eat well and even exercise 3–5 times per week. Those are excellent. But do you get enough sleep? Maybe you didn’t take that into account. Or perhaps you do your best to get eight hours every night in addition to eating right and exercising—but you still carry tightness and tension in your neck and shoulders. There are many elements to taking good care of yourself, and stress reduction is a big one. Let’s face it: life these days is stressful—it just is. While we may not be able to do everything perfectly to take care of ourselves correctly all the time, we can reap many physical benefits from an occasional or regular massage treatment. Massages.