Massage and Myotherapy
I would say that massage and myotherapy are hypnosis of the body. When I say hypnosis, I mean the affect that relaxation has on the body. Massage and myotherapy can induce relaxation. This is a powerful and wonderful tool that can be used to effect change, especially in the nervous system. The nervous system affects almost everything in the body. When you are relaxed, your resistance to illness and disease is greatly reduced. The idea is to relax not only the body but also focus the mind. The result is both mental and physical relaxation.
Improved circulation. When your blood flow to your brain is improved you will be able to be alert, be more creative, and be more productive. Improved circulation does not only help you be more productive but can prevent many mental and physical ailments.
Reduced muscle tension. Massage increases the relaxation muscles in your body, helping to relax not only the body but also the mind. The result is less muscle tension, and better circulation.
Improved skin tone. Massage enhances the functions of the skin, helping to eliminate toxins from the body and promote a more glowing, healthy glow. Remember, the more you detoxify the body, the faster you will lose weight and keep it off.
Reduction of stress. Massage helps to release stress that accumulates in our bodies throughout the day. Think of stress as a rock. It can cause many problems in your life. Stress can make you sick, tired, depressed, and poor at keeping a job. In order to reduce the negative effects of stress, you need to detoxify your body and mind.
Promotion of deep sleep. Sleep is the true 'waste' of the day. If you don't get enough sleep, you will become drowsy and function less well, and this can affect your productivity and your mood for the rest of the day. Everyone needs sleep but some people need 8 hours while others need 7 hours. If lack of sleep is causing you to feel the effects of stress, massage may be able to help you sleep.
How Do I Start Having More Sleep? A good start is to make sure you are sleeping enough. If you are not getting enough sleep each night, you are not going to feel refreshed in the morning. You will have to start reducing your stress to help you sleep. One thing you can do is set a bedtime routine. Whether it's going to the couch or watching TV in the bedroom, allow your body to relax and fall into place with the routine. Another thing you can do is set a bedtime for yourself. Put a journal in your planner or start a book that you will read at your bedside. If you start feeling nervous because you think your parents are waiting for you, you can address your anxiety by writing it down in a book. Many people who suffer with chronic pain say they Write God's Word in the hospital. As you discover how to reduce your stress, your reading time will increase and you will feel less stressed. Also, try to reduce your pantry. Do you really eat nutritious food? Are you junk food? This will indirectly help you to reduce your stress. Figure out what foodstuff you put in your mouth and stop using them. Nuts can be conveniently packed. Peanut butter and crackers can be easily eaten. Figure out what food you are allergic to and skip it.
Exercise. How you fuel your body directly affects your sleep. Chemical changes occur in the brain hormones when you exercise. These changes help to reduce stress. Exercise can also improve your sleep if done correctly. Figure out what workouts you enjoy and do them. If you just can't seem to get going in the morning, get up earlier so you have time to prepare. You will be more productive and feel much better.
Start saving money. Do you ever put money in the bank or earn money? Both will affect your stress. Figure out how much money you need to save to reduce stress. Be sure you have enough money set aside for all the bills in the future. Establish a money management plan. Have a system that you will be able to approach and maintain. It could be a savings account, checking account, investment account, whatever you prefer. It is important to set aside a time each month to put aside and track your money. It also helps to set aside time to evaluate your spending habits and determine if you are spending too much or too little. If you do not keep your money in checking account, you will have less money to give to the Thrift, and you will have less money available to Thrift.
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