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Know Your Stressors and How to Relieve Them

Nov 20, 2019 Health

From minor challenges to major crises, stress is a part of our lives. Sometimes, it can feel like you're under too much pressure from yourself, work, home or a combination of the three. It may not be easy to recognize the stress in your life and it's easy to brush things aside. Here are common indications you may be experiencing chronic stress. Inability to...

10 Things You Can Do For Your Mental Health

Nov 4, 2019 Health

Your mental health is how you feel, think and behave in daily life. It’s important to take care of yourself and there are many ways you can improve your mental health on your own. In honor of World Mental Health Day, we’re sharing with you 10 ways to look after your mental health. Get plenty of sleep. Sleep helps regulate chemicals in our brains. Sometimes,...

Get More ZZZs with These 6 Tips

Oct 21, 2019 Health

Tired of waking up tired? It’s time to take back your mornings. A good night’s sleep is just as important as healthy eating and exercise. It should be an essential part of your wellness routine. We all want to get more sleep, but sometimes, we don’t know how. We’re here to help! Here are 6 tips that can help you catch more ZZZs. Prep the night before....

Plantar Fasciitis is No Walk in the Park

Devon Shaw Sep 16, 2019 Health

Therapeutic Massage Can Provide Pain Relief for Those Experiencing Foot and Heel Pain Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury, as well as one of the most common kinds of foot pain, found prominently among runners between the ages of 40 and 60. According to the Mayo Clinic, plantar fasciitis is defined as the inflammation of the thick band of tissue that runs across the...

How Therapeutic Massage Can Help Reduce Chronic Headaches

Devon Shaw Aug 4, 2019 Health

Countless Americans are over-worked and stressed-out, resulting in an increase in head tension According to the Migraine Research Foundation, over 39 million Americans experience migraine-like symptoms. That’s nearly 10 percent of the population. So, what’s causing this stress epidemic? One of the biggest culprits is the stress and strain of everyday...

Time to Check In On Your Wellness Goals!

Devon Shaw Nov 3, 2018 Health

As we approach the start of a new year, now is a perfect time for you to look back at 2018, evaluate your successes and where you might not have hit the mark, when it comes to your health and wellness. Your goals could include things like tackling your less than healthy eating habits by cooking more meals at home, establishing a fitness routine you can stick to and getting...

Staying Healthy Through the Change of Seasons

Sep 25, 2018 Health

As the weather starts to change and get cooler, so do viruses! They come out of their summer hibernation and begin to look for warmer hosts, like our bodies! With the start of school and spending more time indoors in inclement weather, passing those viruses along to one another becomes more likely too. There are several ways you can minimize your chances of picking up a cold...

Mental Health, Loneliness, and Massage

Devon Shaw Jul 9, 2018 Health

  It is estimated by the World Health Organization that depression will be the disease with the biggest global burden by 2030.  A survey created by Cigna found that “more than half of the 20,000 survey respondents said they sometimes or always feel no one knows them well.  And 2 in 5 felt like they lack companionship, that their relationships...

5 Steps for a DIY Home Spa Retreat

John L. Pantera Apr 25, 2018 Health

Between work, kids, school and social activities, bills, and traffic, it’s safe to say that many of us could use a relaxing vacation. A spa retreat with our besties or significant other. Of course, a spa weekend can rejuvenate the body, mind, and spirit, but it can also be pricey. So, what do you do when you could use a wellness retreat but lack the time and funds? Why...

February is American Heart Month

John L. Pantera Feb 21, 2018 Health

Yes, February makes us think of Valentine’s Day and love is in the air, but what about your heart health? Fact is, heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. Heart disease affects all women differently, and signs and symptoms are different for women than they are for men. There are many misconceptions about heart disease in women....

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