Posts Tagged ‘Nevada’

Massage Therapy for a Better Night’s Sleep

Adequate sleep is necessary for healthy functioning, and quality sleep is vital to health and wellness. But an estimated 50 to 70 million Americans experience sleep issues that affect their health,1 often leading to low work performance, slowed reaction time, obesity, higher risk of long-term disease, and substance abuse.2 Chronic insomnia causes extreme fatigue and…

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Celebrate Sleep Awareness Week

  Sometimes getting a full night’s sleep seems impossible to achieve. No matter the cause – stress, pain, your work schedule or another reason – if you are not receiving regular quality sleep it can interfere with your health. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says, “Insufficient sleep is associated with a number of chronic…

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Tibetan Sound Therapy

How does Tibetan sound therapy work? Tibetan sound therapy combines powerful vibration and tones to induce an immediate relaxed state. The induction of the sound waves directly into the body along with soothing ambient tones is such a strong treatment that clients report effects ranging from a meditative state to deep relaxation. By placing the…

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Men’s Groin Pain: Why The Fuss About It?

Men’s Groin Pain: Why the Fuss About it? It Happens…   First, a Lesson in the Male Pelvic Anatomy   The “groin” is often considered the triangular part of the upper thigh which is bordered by the pubic bone, abdomen and the femur (long thigh bone). The soft tissue and other important bits that are around this…

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Headaches & Massage

    “This project is such a headache!”   They’re so common that the term has become synonymous with an annoyance, but what are headaches, really? And can massage therapy really help? Different types, different causes. Headaches are pretty easily defined, and we all know one when we feel it: it’s a pain in the…

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Dealing with Rotator Cuff Injuries

  Dealing with Rotator Cuff Injuries You’ve been doing Olympic lifting for a while. Or stocking tall shelves. Or cheerleading, throwing your partners overhead. Everything was great! Until suddenly, it wasn’t. Ice and ibuprofen didn’t quite do the trick, so you visited the doctor. And lo and behold, you’ve got a rotator cuff injury and…

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Massage Therapy Helps Relieve Stress

Massage Therapy helps relieve stress. Stress relief is one of the first benefits that come to mind when thinking of massage therapy. It’s also a key component for anyone trying to achieve a healthier lifestyle. Clinical studies show that even a single 1 60 minute session can significantly lower heart rate, cortisol levels and insulin…

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Massage Therapy Helps Manage Your Pain.

Massage Therapy Helps Manage Your Pain. A growing body of research shows massage therapy can be an effective part of pain relief and management.  This research data, and the experience of physicians, massage therapists and patients, should encourage pain specialists to consider incorporating massage therapy into their pain management programs. The effectiveness of massage lies…

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Massage therapy and Wellness Massages Lowers Blood Pressure.

Massage therapy and Wellness massages lowers blood pressure.   High blood pressure has more misconceptions than nearly any other medical condition. Here are some common misconceptions according to the American Heart Association: Myth: You don’t need to have your high blood pressure checked until you reach middle age. Fact: Children as young as six can have high…

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Massage Therapy Encourages Relaxation

Massage Therapy Encourages Relaxation The body can create an unhealthy buildup of hormones when we’re  stressed out stuck in traffic, too many meetings, and work deadlines not to mention family responsibly. Pent-up levels of the “stress hormone” cortisol which can lead to headaches, sleeplessness, and even digestive problems just to mention a few. Enter massage…

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