Great article from flipboard of a Drexel University research review and suggestions.
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An excellent article from the Washington Post about poor posture and how it leads to pain. There are also suggestions about how to combat the issue.
Raquel Baldelomar, Contributer, Forbes, April 1, 2016
Most people still view massages as a luxury item. They feel like they are spoiling themselves by booking a massage whether it’s a 30-minute massage, one-hour massage or a four-hour spa day. But some business leaders are starting to look at massage more as a necessity just like working out and eating healthy. Study after study keeps touting the benefits of massage. As a result, many executives are changing their mindset from thinking of massage as a nice treat to thinking of massage as an essential item in their routine that helps them perform at the top of their game. Here are five reasons why you should stop making excuses and book that massage today.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that more than half of the adult population will experience a headache during the year and that the majority of headaches are under-recognized and under-treated.