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Do you suffer from acute pain or chronic pain in joints or muscles? Are you looking for a non-pharmacological method of managing pain? If so, you may benefit from a drug-free and non-invasive pain relieving technique called Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS). TENS is a simple machine that stimulates your nerves via a low-voltage electrical current through your skin. It is an electronic medical device that stimulates the affected area through electricity. A non-painful therapy ...
Posted on 2019-01-07
Many people suffer from foot pain at some point or the other in their life. When you consider how important your feet are and the complexity of the foot, it is important to support the foundation of our bodies i.e., the foot properly. If your foot has problems like high arches, low arches, plantar fasciitis, neuromas, etc., then the rest of your body could also suffer for it. In fact, it’s common for mysterious knee pain, hip pain, leg pain, or lower back pain to surface if your feet are n...
Posted on 2019-01-01
Massage is known for its ability to help the body and mind to relax. Deep tissue massage is a therapy that uses firm pressure and slow strokes on the skin. Deep tissue massage involves manipulation of the deep layers of the tissue, fascia, and other supportive tissues around muscle and joints. This technique is involved by the trained massage therapists to apply deep pressure on targeted regions of the body. Here are some benefits associated with deep tissue massage. Eases Pain. Mo...
Posted on 2018-12-18
Cupping is an ancient Chinese form of medicine. Cupping was established as an official practice after confirmed research conducted by Chinese and the Soviet Union acupuncturists its effectiveness. In recent years cupping is gaining popularity with celebrities like actress Jennifer Aniston, athlete Michael Phelps, and singer Lady Gaga drawing attention to the Chinese therapy technique. Recent studies have shown cupping’s effectiveness by providing short-term but effective benefi...
Posted on 2018-12-11
Massage can benefit our health in many ways. It reduces heart rate, blood pressure, and levels of stress hormone. It enhances immune function, boosts levels of endorphins and serotonin (the body's natural painkillers and mood regulators) and increases blood circulation. Massage certainly can help address the buildup of lactic acid in muscles. It also promotes the clearing of normal byproducts of muscle metabolism, but so far there is no concrete evidence suggesting that massage removes to...
Posted on 2018-12-06
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