When no less a publication than Time Magazine writes that massage, as part of a healthy lifestyle, can keep you feeling happier and less tired, then it’s time to pay attention. Of course, if you’re looking to avail yourself of such benefits, then it’s important to book a massage by approaching an established, well-liked agency like Tantric Soul, where every therapist is fully trained and knows what he’s doing. It’s easy enough to set yourself up as a masseur in this day and age, so just making contact with the first establishment you come across can be a mistake. Gay massage requires commitment and knowledge and we’ll ensure that your practitioner meets various strict criteria.
Here are the steps, recommended by Time, that you can incorporate into your day-to-day life, to make sure you’re getting the most out of it, and don’t suffer from unnecessary fatigue and a constant run-down feeling. First of all, touch therapy will help you feel better, especially if you have lower back pain. Lower back pain is one of the leading causes of disability and inability to work. We’ll look at massage and lower back pain in another blog entry, coming very soon.
Then there’s aspirin. The rule, for people in middle-age or beyond, has always been to have one a day. This remains truer than ever and there is evidence that it helps diminish heart disease/heart attack risk and the likelihood of stroke. It’s even been linked to protection against certain forms of cancer. Unfortunately, no study has yet agreed on the precise dosage so, until that changes, it’s one a day.
Natural Remedies for Sensual Healing
Listen to nature. The soothing sounds of wind rustling through piles of leaves in autumn, while the birds sing overhead, has been shown to bring on a feeling of clear-headedness and serenity. These sounds have been discovered, by scientists, to slow down the production of fight/flight hormones.
Have a pet. People who have furry friends benefit from lower blood pressure. It may sound too good to be true, but researchers are sure of it. Their work has demonstrated not only lower blood pressure in pet owners, but also better heart health, better heart rate and a smaller risk of heart disease. These benefits are possibly related to the additional walking and exercise required of pet owners, but could also be to do with the reduced stress created by having a fur-pal close at hand.
Think twice about tattoos. More and more of us are getting inked. And why not? It’s great fun and the results can be truly artistic, beautiful even. But there’s a reason to exercise caution. An American study discovered that tattoos can change the way your body releases sweat. Tattooed skin puts out around half the amount of sweat of non-tattooed skin. Tattoos also inhibit the reabsorbing of sweat, the process in which skin takes back the electrolytes in the sweat. While there’s yet any hard evidence about what this might mean in the long run, it’s worth bearing in mind.