27 July 2016
Regardless of your specific reason for scheduling a massage, relaxation is likely one of your desired outcomes. While your massage therapist's techniques, the use of essential oils and the dulcet tones playing in the background of the treatment room can contribute to your inner relaxation, you'll feel anything but relaxed if you feel embarrassed during your massage. There are many potential causes of embarrassment and, while your therapist has likely encountered all these scenarios and won't bat an eye, you may feel uncomfortable.
29 June 2016
Prescription drugs can be just as addictive as street drugs, like meth or heroin. They are also much easier to access, with the latest studies showing that over 52 million Americans over the age of 12 having used prescription drugs non-medically sometime in their life. Many teenagers and young adults are getting prescription drugs for free from their family members and friends. If you have recently discovered that your child is addicted to prescription drugs, it's best to send them to a professional drug rehab center.
19 October 2015
Back pain is one of the most common health issues facing Americans. More than 30 million people suffer from pain in the low back and it's predicted that eight in 10 people will contend with some degree of back pain at a certain point in their lives. An effective way to take ownership over your discomfort is to seek the care of a chiropractor. Getting a treatment plan and a series of adjustments can help return your back to its correct alignment and reduce the pain you're experiencing.
1 September 2015
Did you just recently get some new contact lenses? If so, then here are some tips on how to properly care for them that you may want to consider. 1. Be Careful During Your Daily Beauty Regimen When washing your face or applying makeup, you need to be extremely careful not to let soap or any of your cosmetics products come in contact with your contact lenses. Also, you should never apply hairspray while wearing your contact lenses.
17 August 2015
One of the best parts about laser eye surgery is the fact that the recovery time is relatively short. However, during the time when your eyes are healing, they are more vulnerable to being damaged by abrasive particles and forceful impact. Here are some tips that you can follow in order to make sure that your eyes are not damaged, slowing your recovery time. 1. Avoid Taking Showers When you need to clean yourself, you want to be sure that you take baths rather than showers.