Calcium

Calcium is an electrolyte that you need.
Calcium is an essential element responsible for maintaining teeth and bone health. Calcium helps with muscle and nerve signals, and the formation of blood cells. Good hydration can help prevent electrolyte imbalances.
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Three More Reasons to Get a Massage During Cancer Treatment

Three More Reasons to Get a Massage During Cancer Treatment
4. Massage improves sleep
5. Massage improves energy levels
6. Massage reduces fatigue
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Cautions of Snow Shoveling

Snow shoveling can be an intense workout, especially if you’re not used to doing it. The combination of stress on the heart and the cold temperatures can lead to a heart attack. If you’re not in shape, shovel a little at a time, then go in and relax and warm up before shoveling more. If you have sore muscles after shoveling, come in for a good neuromuscular massage.

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Use an Ancient Japanese Technique (Jin Shin Jyutsu) to Reduce Stress

Jin Shin Jyutsu is a method of allowing energy flow by holding each finger.
 
Hold each thumb with the opposite hand for a minute or so to reduce worry.
 
Hold each index finger to reduce fear.
 
Hold each middle finger to reduce anger or rage.
 
Hold each ring finger to address grief or sadness.
 
Hold each pinky finger to increase joy.
 
Reducing stress is good for your overall wellness, and these are easy techniques you can use anywhere.
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Neuromuscular Massage can Help Frozen Shoulders

Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, is a painful condition caused by inflammation and a buildup of scar tissue. Pain and stiffness gradually worsen until the shoulder loses range of motion, or becomes “frozen.”

Left untreated, frozen shoulder often gets better, but it takes a very long time to heal, often years.

Neuromuscular massage can help restore range of motion which will lessen pain, and shorten the ultimate time of recovery.

Exercise is the Most Effective Preventative Strategy to Fight Chronic Conditions

Heart disease, stroke, diabetes and dementia can all be made less devastating by getting your heart rate up.

Use a device to remind you to get up and stand or take a walk. Your smartphone has a timer, a fitness band will remind you of how many steps you took during the day. Use whatever means you need to break the cycle of sedendary behavior and get moving.

Exercise will help you be a healthier, stronger, and longer-surviving version of yourself.

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