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A Massage Therapists’ Perfect Soundtrack by Last Minute Massage
Last Updated (Wednesday, 10 February 2010 11:48) Written by Administrator Wednesday, 10 February 2010 11:41
Review from Last Minut Massage
Relaxation tunes is a website that allows massage therapists to pick their perfect soundtract for their massage therapy sessions. I was on our facebook page, when I found this amazing website and became a fan of them immediately. I tried to put myself in a massage therapist’s postition and frame of mind when I went shopping for what I think I would want for my clients during their massage. I wasn’t sure what to excpect when I went to the website and I was totally blown away when I got there. The music selections were endless!!! I had no idea where to start! The categories that are offered vary from Pure Nature, which include sounds from dolphins and whales to lightning and the calming sounds of sailing away to the harmonic tunes of a cozy lounge to zen spirit and spa. You can even get sounds from Africa, if that’s what makes your sun shine!
Depression and Migraines Eased With Exercise and Relaxation
Last Updated (Monday, 29 November 1999 17:00) Written by Administrator Saturday, 12 December 2009 11:07Women who suffer from migraines may be able to reduce the intensity of their pain and their risk of depression by regularly taking part in a simple exercise and relaxation routine, according to a study conducted by researchers from Innsbrook Medical University and published in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine.
Thirty women migraine sufferers were randomly assigned either to stay with their normal migraine treatment or to supplement that treatment with specific routine involving 45 minutes of aerobic exercise and 15 minutes of progressive muscle relaxation two times per week. After six weeks, the women who took part in the exercise and relaxation routine reported significantly less intensity of migraine pain than the women in the regular treatment only group.
Women in the exercise and relaxation group also reported significantly fewer symptoms of depression after six weeks than women in the control group. Overall, however, the level of psychological well-being was found to be the same in both groups.
Previous research has suggested that while exercise appears to have no ability to prevent migraine attacks, it does appear to reduce the intensity of pain experienced -- a conclusion supported by the current study.
The researchers were unable to determine the reason for the exercise and relaxation therapy's effect on migraine pain, but they speculated that the treatment might improve feelings of self-efficacy and thus improve people's ability to cope with pain.
Up to 28 percent of people will suffer from a migraine attack at some point in the course of their lives. In any given year, 6 to 15 percent of adult men and 14 to 35 percent of adult women will suffer from at least one migraine attack.
People who suffer from migraines - especially young adults, women who use hormonal contraception, and women who suffer from migraine with aura - have two to three times the risk of undergoing a stroke as those who do not experience migraines.
Sources for this story include: www.reuters.com and Natural News
Relaxation music on iPhone and smartphone
Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 December 2009 19:27) Written by Administrator Wednesday, 02 December 2009 19:17Download Relaxation music and put it on your iPhone. You can listen to it when you work out, when you study or when you have a lot of work and you need to concentrate. With the ipods or smartphones you can listen to your Relaxation Tunes all the time in a very convenient way.
Quote of the Day
Last Updated (Monday, 29 November 1999 17:00) Written by Administrator Friday, 20 November 2009 14:20
The time to relax is when you don't have time for it.
~Attributed to both Jim Goodwin and Sydney J. Harris
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