About Mark the Spot Massage

Mark the Spot Massage Therapy specializes in neuromuscular massage that can help your body heal itself from injury or disease.

To maintain good immune health, take Vitamin A.

While many people take Vitamin A for eye health, it also has immune enhancing properties. Vitamin A is also being studied in the treatment of many infectious diseases.


As always, consult your doctor before you begin taking new supplements to make certain they will not interfere with your current medications or conditions.

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Staying Healthy through the Winter

It’s important to maintain good immune health all year, but particularly in the winter months where we’re all indoors more than we’re out of doors.


To maintain good immune health, take Vitamin D3.

Vitamin D is one of the four fat-soluble vitamins that help fight respiratory infections. Many people who have had Covid have tested with very low vitamin D levels. Vitamin D can be created naturally with exposure to sun, but in the winter months, exposure times are very long, so a supplement is best.


As always, consult your doctor before you begin taking new supplements to make certain they will not interfere with your current medications or conditions.

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Health Benefits of Lemonade

If you’ve ever had a kidney stone, you’ll never want another. Lemons are the highest source of citrate of any of the citrus fruits. Citrate will help dissolve calcium before it can form into a kidney stone. Squeeze fresh lemons or buy commercial lightly-sweetened lemonade. Both work.

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Exercise Safely in the Cold

Exercise outdoors in the early afternoon when the temperature is at its highest. Have warm, dry clothing ready to put on when you finish your workout. When you stop exercising, you generate less heat, but the cold air continues to pull warmth away from your body.

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Exercise Safely in the Cold

Consider the wind chill. A wind of 20 mph will make the temperature feel 20 degrees colder. Early signs of hypothermia include weakness, shivering, fatigue, slurred speech, dizziness and confusion. If you experience any of these symptoms, move to a warm area immediately.

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