Wednesday, May 18, 2016
So you just indulged in a relaxing massage in Denver, and you feel rejuvenated and ready to take on the world for several more days. After paying and booking your next massage appointment, there are a few things you have to remember to do once you get home. Drink Plenty of Water It’s extremely important to keep yourself hydrated after a Denver massage session. Because massage is likened to a workout, the muscle tissues in your body can become dehydrated during the session. Drinking lots of water will help rebuild your muscle tissues and remove the toxic waste that accumulated while your muscles were being worked out. Avoid Caffeine Going straight to your coffee shop post-massage, no matter how tempting it is, is a bad idea. Caffeine can further tense the muscles that your therapist has just worked on. This can prevent you from reaping the full benefits of the massage.
Monday, May 16, 2016
Chronic pain can come in various forms, from headaches to joint pains, sinus, nerve pain or even carpal tunnel pain. While these may be caused by different factors, from environmental to physical exertion, what makes it fall under the classification of chronic pain is the fact that it lasts for at least six months. It can go away every once in a while, enough for the person to consider it more of a nuisance than a cause for concern, but what’s relevant here is if the pain is consistently and constantly coming back. For others, it can be a lot more serious, especially if the pain reaches debilitating levels. Medication can offer temporary relief, but preferably, a more long-lasting solution can be had so that the person won’t have to suffer from this chronic pain anymore.