Stay cool and hydrated. During the hot summer months, heat and sweat can leave your body dehydrated. A lack of water is harmful to your body and can also make you crave food when you’re not actually hungry. Read More
If you’re like most people, you spend a vast majority of your day sitting down—in your office, commuting to and from work, watching TV in the evening... Research1 shows that the average American spends nine to 10 hours of their day sitting. Read More
Is your smartphone a pain in the neck – literally?
If you’re like most people, your smartphone is your constant companion wherever you go. You would likely be checking it every few minutes, whether it’s to check for notifications or your email, scrolling through your social media feeds, reading the news, playing games, or texting.
Usually, all this is done while your head is bent down, not just while you’re sitting down but even while walking, a definite safety hazard. Read More
No matter how well a workstation is designed, problems may arise if attention is not paid to the way the work is done. Working at a computer often involves very few changes in body position. This lack of movement can lead to muscle pain and strain. Read More
Here’s why it’s so important for you to Massage Your Feet before Going to Bed
When was the last time you’ve visited your massage therapist?
How did it go? – Oh that felt good!
Massage is the best relaxation technique since forever.
It has very positive effect on your overall health and the best thing is that you can do it yourself. Read More
High blood pressure raises the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. To help control blood pressure, it is important to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors, including quitting smoking, eating a diet low in fat, salt and cholesterol and getting regular exercise. Finding ways to manage stress is also important, and complementary therapies such as massage may help. The first step is to speak with a health-care provider to make sure that massage is safe, based on personal health. Read More