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Massage Therapists – Tips For Mobile Massage Safety

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For many clients the idea of having a massage therapist come to them is appealing. They do not have to drive or deal with parking on their way to or from their appointment and they are able to relax immediately after ...Read More

The Nervous System and the Benefits of Swedish Massage Therapy

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Swedish massage stimulates your central nervous system to sooth and calm your nerves. By doing so, it reduces stress and tension in both a physical and psychological sense. This is why Swedish massage is often recommended as an important part of ...Read More

The First 4 Steps to Get Massage Therapy After a Car Accident

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When I was hit by a drunk driver, the last thing I wanted was to mess with insurance. The other guy’s insurance company was willing to pay for massage therapy. But I didn’t have the time. And as a result, I ...Read More

Health Benefits and Principles of Massage Therapy

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Massage therapy is no doubt an effective natural therapy that has tremendous healing properties. To get maximum benefit from this therapy you should know the principles of massage therapy and do’s and don’t while doing massage. Touch is both healing and ...Read More

How to Give a Good Back and Neck Massage Using the Spider Walking Technique

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The spider walking or spider fingers technique is one frequently used during a comprehensive back and neck massage. It tends to enter into the “routine” after the introductory period of effleurage and following any deeper tissue work along the muscles of ...Read More

What Is a Thai Head Massage?

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A Thai Head Massage is a massage of the head, neck and upper body. It will help to release all the tension and toxins that have accumulated in the muscles, tissues, joints of the head, shoulders, neck and face. The therapist ...Read More

Lower Your High Blood Pressure With ion eXtra: A Review on the New Approach of Hypertension Cure

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Statistic on American Heart Association said about one in three person have hypertension or high blood pressure. In 2006 alone, 74.5 million people in the United States age 20 and older have high blood pressure. This condition will kill a lot ...Read More

Considering Taking Saw Palmetto for High Blood Pressure?

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Even though certain herbs such as St. John’s Wort may not be ideal for treating hypertension, some herbs such as saw palmetto for high blood pressure may be an option for those interested in using a more natural remedy to treat ...Read More

Can a FitBit Help Reduce Your High Blood Pressure?

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A FitBit is one of several brands of health monitor currently available that are marketed as a means of improving your health. To be fair, no specific health claims are made, but improving cardiovascular health, and thereby reducing hypertension, is a ...Read More

What Are Common Signs and Symptoms of Isolated Systolic Hypertension?

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When you have a diastolic figure less than ninety millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) and a systolic digit bigger than 140 mm Hg, you have a usual type of high blood pressure called isolated systolic hypertension. Isolated systolic hypertension can be ...Read More