Humbiol http://www.humbiol.org Just another WordPress site Wed, 26 Apr 2017 13:43:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Private Health Insurance Vs Public Care http://www.humbiol.org/private-health-insurance-vs-public-care/ Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:30:28 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=14 Continue reading "Private Health Insurance Vs Public Care"]]>

Australians are lucky when it comes to health care. When illness or injury strikes, there is no question regarding your access to health care, whether or not you own private health insurance.

The Australian government guarantees that everyone is entitled to Medicare to help cover many medical needs; but few people realize what the limits of their Medicare coverage are, and where private health cover fits into the equation.

When you don’t have a solid understanding of the difference between what Medicare covers and what your health insurance covers, it’s difficult to make the best decisions for yourself and your family when it comes to planning for the future and protecting your finances if an unexpected illness or injury disrupts your lives. By comparing health plans, you can get a better idea of how much private health coverage actually costs, and what it can do for you.

Who needs private health coverage? Doesn’t Medicare cover all of your health insurance needs? What if you’re a young couple or family with no reason to worry about health issues?

It’s important to start by understanding how Medicare works, and what coverage it does and does not provide.

Medicare was introduced in Australia in 1984 as the country’s public health cover system, guaranteeing access to free or low-cost medical and hospital care for every Australian citizen and permanent resident.

The Medicare system offers access to a public hospital and treatment by a hospital appointed physician. While Australians receive excellent care through the Medicare system, there are little to no options when it comes to selecting the hospital in which you will be treated, or even when you will be admitted.

Under Australia’s Medicare program, any treatment that does not fall into the “emergency” category is considered to be elective, which places patients on a long public hospital waiting list to be seen.

Australians can improve their health care situation by purchasing private health cover to augment Medicare, which you retain even when your private health plan takes effect. When your health insurance strategy includes a private policy in addition to Medicare benefits, you have the option to choose treatment as either a private or public patient in a private or public hospital. The decision is up to you.

People with private health coverage earn choice and flexibility when it comes to their own care. Your health insurance allows you to choose the physician or specialist responsible for your treatment, the schedule for admission to the hospital for treatment, and quicker access to any elective surgery you may be having.

Your insurance will cover most if not all of those costs that Medicare does not pay, and you can avoid waiting on a public hospital list for the treatment you need.

It’s important to check with your insurer and read your policy details before you schedule a hospital stay to be sure your health insurance covers your particular procedure.

When it comes to receiving treatment outside of a hospital, Medicare will cover 100 percent of the cost to visit a general practitioner, specialist, or medical center. In fact, your private health plan cannot by law pay for costs incurred when visiting a physician or specialist outside of a hospital.

Still, there are plenty of medical services that Medicare does not cover, but your health insurance can, including:

– Physiotherapy.
– Chiropractic services.
– Remedial massage.
– Psychology consultations.
– Ambulance.
– Most dental exams and treatments.
– Hearing Aids
– Glasses and contact lenses.
– Podiatry.
– Certain therapies including occupational therapy, speech therapy, and optical therapy.
– Natural therapies like acupuncture and homeopathy.

If you or your family needs or wants access to these services, your private health plan can include coverage for the specific treatments you will be seeking.

The best way to make realistic decisions regarding your family’s coverage is to first make sure you have a good understanding of Medicare. Determine what coverage your family needs according to your age, lifestyle, and whether or not any preexisting conditions need to be considered. Compare health insurance policies to find the best coverage to fit your needs and your budget.

Speak to an insurance consultant and ask for a thorough explanation of all the benefits available to you, both through Medicare and your private health insurance. No one can put a price on the health and financial well-being of their family. Augmenting your Medicare benefits with private health coverage in an excellent way to achieve financial protection and peace of mind.

Author Liz Ernst writes on health insurance matters in Australia and the U.S.

Private health insurance is a cost Australians should consider factoring into their budget. Different funds have products that better suit different groups of people. Visit the Your Health Insurance website (http://www.yourhealthinsurance.com.au) to compare pricing and policies, and learn more about buying health insurance in Australia.

It really does pay to compare health insurance plans.

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What Is a Health Assessment? http://www.humbiol.org/what-is-a-health-assessment/ Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:30:11 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=12 Continue reading "What Is a Health Assessment?"]]>

Too many people go through life only visiting a doctor when they are ill. However, doctors can help you when you’re not ill in the form of a general check-up. In some countries, it’s perfectly normal to visit your doctor every year for a check-up, in order to ensure that your body is working as it’s supposed to. In the UK, the NHS manages a high demand for GPs, so diagnosis and treatment is given priority. That’s why many people with the means to do so turn to private hospitals, getting a health assessment for their own peace of mind. But what exactly is a health assessment and what does it involve?

Essentially, a health assessment is a general check-up on the health of your body. It involves tests that can take from an hour to all day, which will tell you about the general state of your health and help you identify any potential problem areas. Often, people who undergo a health assessment come out of it reassured that their body is in tip-top condition. Sometimes, it can help people spot a problem, such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol. In some cases, it can even help catch fatal diseases like cancer in their early stages.

A health assessment may include the following elements: a medical history and lifestyle questionnaire, in order to gain a better understanding of your health; a physical examination that assesses the state of your health through a number of tests; and a consultation with a doctor or medical advisor to discuss the results of your assessment. A comprehensive health assessment will also give you the chance to discuss your own concerns and come up with a plan for improving your health with your doctor. Some health assessments may be spread over two days, if test results are not available immediately, while others may be concluded in one day.

Many people undergo a health assessment as an essential requirement of their health cover. However, some choose to take one if they’re worried about a particular aspect of their health. If you fall into the latter camp, don’t simply pick the first hospital you see that provides the service. Remember that health assessments aren’t a one-size-fits-all procedure; they can vary from basic check-ups to detailed investigations in particular areas of your body. Some hospitals offer specialist health assessments for women and for older people, so consider what your health priorities are – and how much you can spend – before opting for a particular service.

The author of this article is a part of a digital marketing agency that works with brands like Bupa. The views and opinions expressed within this article about health assessments and health cover belong to the writer and any reference or summary of Bupa Health Information Factsheets or product information is that of the writers and does not represent Bupa or the information contained within the Bupa website. The contents of this article are of a general nature only and do not constitute specific advice.  This article does not take into account your circumstances or needs and must not be relied upon in place of appropriate professional advice.

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The Importance of Dental Health in Preventing Certain Health Conditions http://www.humbiol.org/the-importance-of-dental-health-in-preventing-certain-health-conditions/ Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:29:51 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=10 Continue reading "The Importance of Dental Health in Preventing Certain Health Conditions"]]>

While the majority of people are aware that dental health is important, many do not know exactly why. Besides oral health, maintaining excellent dental health also plays an important role in preventing certain health conditions from developing.

What does dental health refer to?

Dental health pertains to all aspects of the mouth including the teeth, gums, and tongue. Failure to maintain oral hygiene can result in dental issues such as caries, gingivitis, and tooth loss. Poor oral health also affects one’s physical appearance (decaying teeth, caries, stains, etc.) and breath. In addition, dental issues not only affect the mouth area, it also affects the entire body.

Why is dental health essential for overall health and well-being?

Dental health can directly affect and contribute to certain health issues and diseases. Three of the most common health conditions affected by poor oral health include; endocarditis, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.

Endocarditis – Bacteria that form due to gum disease can enter the bloodstream through cuts and abrasions found in the mouth. This bacteria has the potential to damage the heart valve as well as the heart lining.

Cardiovascular Disease – Some experts believe that blocked arteries, heart disease, and stroke are associated with harmful bacteria found in the mouth.

Diabetes – Diabetics have a higher risk of developing gum disease and other oral disorders because of their weakened immune system. In a normal person, bacteria can be easily eliminated by the body, whereas in diabetics it is harder for the body to do. In addition, people with diabetes are often unable to heal from infection and wounds, which can result in life-threatening mouth infections.

Respiratory Disease – Bacteria that are found in the mouth and throat can travel to the lower respiratory tract and cause severe infection. People with certain respiratory conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, have a higher chance of contracting pulmonary infection.

How can dental health be maintained?

There are various ways to protect oral health. The most popular methods of maintaining oral health include; practicing oral hygiene techniques, using fluoride, consuming cariogenic foods, and undergoing regular dental exams.

* Oral Hygiene – Brushing and flossing is the best way to keep the teeth, gums, and the entire mouth clean. Doing so will also help remove harmful bacteria that can lead to periodontal disease and other dental health issues.

* Cariogenic Foods – Certain foods can help protect your teeth against decay. Milk and cheese both contain calcium, casein, and phosphate, which all help prevent demineralization and keep the teeth strong.

* Regular Dental Exams – Last but not least, getting regular dental exams is an important factor in maintaining oral health. Detecting dental issues early is always beneficial. In some cases, early treatment can even eliminate the issue completely if caught on time. Getting a once-a-year deep cleaning is also good to do, as it removes bacteria that are trapped in spaces your toothbrush cannot reach.

In conclusion, dental health is definitely needed in order to sustain general health. Those that suffer from certain health conditions especially need to take the time to maintain oral hygiene. Doing so will reduce the risk of developing other diseases.

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Comparing Health Plans: Elective Surgery Waiting Times http://www.humbiol.org/comparing-health-plans-elective-surgery-waiting-times/ Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:29:08 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=8 Continue reading "Comparing Health Plans: Elective Surgery Waiting Times"]]>

Australia’s public health care system strives to ensure that every citizen has access to quality medical services. Although Medicare guarantees every Australian will see a health care practitioner even when no private health plan is in place, waiting times for certain procedures, including elective surgery, can be extremely long.

Your health insurance plan offers additional coverage to take care of procedures and expenses not covered by Medicare, and probably allows you to bypass the lengthy waiting periods experienced by individuals who depend solely on Medicare for their health cover. However, different health cover providers offer different waiting time options, which is why it is so important to compare health plans to find the one that best suits your needs and the needs of your family.

The Australian government has been trying to address the problem of long waiting times for elective surgery, since so many Australians have no private health cover and depend on Medicare alone for their health care. But change takes time, particularly when it is dependent upon increased funding at the national level. Since private cover is widely available, and different providers offer a variety of plans and options to suit every budget, your health insurance premium doesn’t have to be beyond reach.

By comparing health cover policies, you can find insurance that will safeguard you and your family if you have unexpected health care costs not covered by Medicare. Elective surgery doesn’t always mean cosmetic surgery; cataract removal, gall bladder removal, coronary bypass graft, tonsillectomy, repair of a perforated eardrum all fall under the category of elective surgery. Many conditions that require elective surgery are painful, making the waiting period very difficult.

No one is immune from illness or injury; your health insurance can provide peace of mind when it is most needed.

An added incentive to purchase private insurance is the 30 percent rebate available to policy owners through the Australian government, which was set up to encourage Australians to purchase private health cover. The rebate increases to 35 percent when you turn 65, and 40 percent when you turn 70. Your health insurance monthly premium will be established according to the cover package you choose, which is why it’s important to compare health plans before choosing one. You may tailor your private plan to your individual needs in order to save money and avoid paying for unnecessary coverage. For instance, if you’re under 35 and beginning a family, you probably don’t need coverage for cataract surgery or hip replacements.

When comparing health cover policies, it’s important to understand life stage concerns, which helps determine what coverage is best suited to you according to your age, lifestyle, and level of protection you are looking for. Insurance needs change as we age, and it’s always best to review your health insurance plan yearly to make sure you have all the coverage you need, and aren’t paying for coverage you no longer need.

Remember, you can’t put a price on good health. Compare health cover plans that meet your needs and the needs of your family, and rest assured that the safety net you put in place will protect you and your loved ones when the unexpected happens.

Author Liz Ernst writes on health insurance matters in Australia and the U.S.

Private health insurance is a cost Australians should at least consider factoring into their budget. Different funds have products that better suit different groups of people. Visit the Your Health Insurance website ( http://www.yourhealthinsurance.com.au ) to compare pricing and policies, and learn more about buying health insurance in Australia.

It really does pay to shop for health insurance.

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Allied Health Education Trends – The Changing Landscape Behind the Scenes http://www.humbiol.org/allied-health-education-trends-the-changing-landscape-behind-the-scenes/ Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:28:45 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=6 Continue reading "Allied Health Education Trends – The Changing Landscape Behind the Scenes"]]>

With more than 500,000 jobs added since the start of the recession, it’s no surprise that allied health fields are forecasted to remain a key source of job growth. Jobs in inpatient and outpatient settings and nurse care facilities will be in high demand and the healthcare support industry (such as medical technicians, physician’s assistants and physical therapist assistants) are slated to experience 48% growth.

Involved with the delivery of health or related services, workers in allied health care fields include a cluster of health professions encompassing as many as 200 health careers. There are 5 million allied health care providers in the United States who work in more than 80 different professions representing approximately 60% of all health care providers. Yet, that number is no match to the number of allied health care workers that are needed to meet current and future needs in America.

Highly regarded as experts in their field, allied health professions fall into two broad categories – technicians (assistants) and therapists/technologists. With education requirements and curriculum varying depending on the chosen field, academic prerequisites range from less than two years for technicians to a more intensive educational process for therapists and technologists that include acquiring procedural skills. With such explosive growth in allied health care career options and so many diverse fields from which to choose, it’s no wonder students preparing for their future are seeking opportunities in allied health fields.

Yet, with more than 5 million current allied health professions in the U.S. and more on the horizon, careful examination of the educational development and environment of emerging students identifies areas of needed improvement to meet the diverse needs of this ever-changing landscape.

A New Path of Education – Trends Affecting Allied Health Education

With student enrollment in allied health education programs gaining momentum, major advancements in technology coupled with shifts in education audiences, learner profiles, campus cultures, campus design and faculty development have spawned a new wave of trends that are dramatically affecting where and how allied health students learn. Understanding the dynamics of allied health trends begins by taking a brief look at a few of the societal and economic factors that have affected the educational landscape as a whole.

Economic Trends:
* With the economy in a recession, the nations’ workforce is being challenged to learn new skills or explore advanced training options.
* The U.S. Labor Department estimates that with the current economic climate, nearly 40% of the workforce will change jobs every year. As a result, the demand for short, accelerated educational programs is on the rise.
* With retirement being delayed until later in life, a “new age” of workers has emerged into the job market creating an older generation of students.

Societal Trends:
* Adult learners are the fastest growing segment in higher education. Approximately 42% of all students in both private and public institutions are age 25 or older.
* This highly competitive learning market allows educational institutions to specialize in meeting particular niches in the market.
* The number of minority learners is increasing.
* More women continue to enter the workforce – 57% of students are women.

Student / Enrollment Trends:
* Students are seeking educational programs that meet their individual demographics, schedule and learning style.
* More students are requiring flexibility in the educational structure to allow more time for other areas of responsibility.
* Students are attending multiple schools to attain degrees – 77% of all students graduating with a baccalaureate degree have attended two or more institutions.

Academic Trends:
* According to the Chronicle of High Education, traditional college campuses are declining as for-profit institutions grow and public and private institutions continue to emerge.
* Instruction is moving more toward diversified learner-centered versus self-directed, traditional classroom instruction.
* Educational partnerships are increasing as institutions share technology and information with other colleges, universities and companies to deliver cooperative educational programs.
* Emphasis is shifting from degrees to competency as employers place more importance on knowledge, performance and skills.

Technology Trends:
* Technology competency is becoming a requirement.
* Immense growth in Internet and technological devices.
* Institutional instruction will involve more computerized programs.
* Colleges will be required to offer the best technological equipment to remain competitive.

Classroom Environment Trends:
* Classroom environments are being designed to mirror real-life career settings.
* Flexible classroom settings geared for multi-instructional learning.
* Color, lighting, acoustics, furniture and design capitalize on comfortable learner-centered environments.

The Application of Knowledge – A Move Toward Lifelong Learning Concepts

To meet the ever-changing educational needs of students entering allied health fields, classrooms, curricula and teaching philosophies are becoming more responsive to the diverse settings in which varied populations are served. Educators and administrators are seeking educational environments that engage and connect students with their learning space to capitalize and foster knowledge, growth and learning.

Flexible Classrooms and Lab Space:
Adaptable learning environments that provide versatility to shift from classroom to lab space and the flexibility for plenty of future growth are the driving force behind allied health classrooms of the future. Modern allied health classrooms will provide flexible, multi-functional, comfortable classroom environments that encourage a sense of community, essentially inviting the students and instructors to work together and interrelate. Studies reflect that students are better able to actively process information when sensory, stimulation, information exchange and application opportunities are available. Flexible classroom spaces encourage students to share what they know and build on this shared base.

Student Areas:
Connecting students with the “center of gravity” core spaces for studying and socializing further enhances the new wave of allied health campuses. Flexible student areas that foster circulation, interaction, collaboration and learning enhance various learning styles and further reinforce students’ abilities to harmoniously blend learning with discovery and collaboration.

Integrating Advanced Technology:
The use of technology in the classroom plays a vital role in how students learn and the long-term effect of knowledge gained. When students are using technology as an educational tool they are in an active role rather than a passive role in a typical teacher-led lesson. The integration of advanced technology in an allied health classroom allows students to actively engage in generating, obtaining manipulating or displaying information. Through this process, students become empowered to define their goals, make decisions and evaluate their progress. Coupled with student applied technology, classrooms are being equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and tools to prepare students for the transition from classroom to career.

Lecture / Laboratory and Classroom Models:
High Performing Buildings: As allied health programs shift to incorporate collaborative, interdisciplinary classrooms and clinical experiences that mirror real-life settings, students are empowered to move beyond mastery of skill to lifelong learning concepts. By creating classroom models that take students directly into their chosen field and allow them to “step into” their chosen career in a classroom setting, students are essentially provided a “business internship” that prepares them for their careers far beyond traditional text book curriculum. Bridging the gap between textbook knowledge and the application of “real world” experiences is the foundation of the new allied health classrooms settings.

Each school day 50 million children and 6 million adults enter our schools nationwide; each of whom is directly affected by the physical environment. And, while most people have heard about the benefits of sustainable design from an energy savings standpoint, few truly understand the benefits gained from a student performance perspective. High performance schools have several distinct advantages:

* Higher Test Scores. Studies are confirming the relationship between a school’s physical condition and student performance. Factors such as increased day light, indoor thermal comfort and indoor air quality will enhance learning which equates to improved test results.

* Increased Average Daily Attendance. Indoor air quality plays a vital role in the health of students. By controlling sources of contaminants, providing adequate ventilation and preventing moisture – all designed to reduce sources of health problems and inhibit the spread of airborne infections – students and teachers will experience fewer sick days, especially for those suffering from respiratory or asthma problems.

* Reduced Operating Costs. High performance schools are specifically designed, using life-cycle cost methods, to minimize long-term costs of facility ownership. Using less energy and water than standard schools, means lower operating costs. Savings can then be redirected to supplement other budgets such as computers, books, classrooms and salaries.

* Increased Teacher Satisfaction and Retention. Designed to be pleasant and effective places to work and learn, high performance classrooms are visually pleasing, provide the appropriate thermal comfort and capitalize on effective acoustics for teaching. A positive and inviting place to work and learn improves overall satisfaction for teachers and sets the foundation for improved learning and retention of students.

* Reduced Environmental Impact. High performance buildings are specifically designed to have low environmental impact. They are energy and water efficient, use durable, non-toxic materials that are high in recycled content and they use non-polluting renewable energy to the greatest extent possible.
In short, we have an obligation to equip our students to do the hard work ahead of them.

A Vision for the Future
With the rapidly changing landscape of education as whole, taking on the challenge of designing multi-functional educational facilities means more than just designing a building. From technology to curriculums, campus structure to classroom environments, those involved in the planning, design and construction must be dedicated to providing solutions that meet the distinct needs of today’s students.

Roy Abernathy is Managing Principal with Atlanta-based Jova/Daniels/Busby Architects and is a partner with FWAJDB Architects – a partnership focused on facilities at the intersection of animal and human health. He is actively involved in AIA Georgia serving as 2012 AIA GA President, a member of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional.

With years of experience as both a consultant and architect, Roy’s expansive knowledge of design, workplace performance and green building allows him to approach a project from many perspectives, allowing him an unparalleled ability to innovate. His expertise in operations, program management, real estate strategy and sustainable design span a broad range of industry sectors including civic, hospitality, religious, corporate and higher education with a dedicated specialty in veterinary medicine facilities.

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Massage in Bucharest http://www.humbiol.org/massage-in-bucharest/ Tue, 26 Apr 2016 13:42:50 +0000 http://www.humbiol.org/?p=20 Continue reading "Massage in Bucharest"]]> Recognize it! You’re busy! And so must be! That’s what life is like! But you want more than that, you want to do more for yourself and massage can help. Because massage makes more than a simple relaxation of the mind and body. It keeps your body in shape and gives you enough energy to make you enjoy a longer life better than you do it today.

Massage releases stress. At the moment, stress is a universal evil. Every time you are late, every time you avoid a car in traffic, every time you have trouble working, stress is doing his job. Each time adrenaline increases heart rate and cortisone levels and organs respond to the measure. You will be in a state of nerves and constant agitation.
When there is no release of stress, serious problems such as an upset stomach, hypertension, sleep disturbances, chest pain, or existing illness may worsen.

Some of the changes that may occur are: Anxiety, lack of concentration, depression, permanent fatigue, muscle or bone pain, sexual dysfunction, excessive sleep or insomnia

All these stress-related problems can be diminished and some can be totally eliminated by massage. The researchers concluded that a massage session can lower heart rate and blood pressure, relax your muscles and increase endorphin production. The massage also releases serotonin and dopamine and the result is a general relaxation, both physical and mental.
Our body care must be at the top of the priorities.
By adding the massage to your routine you will look much better and you will be much healthier and relaxed. Massage can improve your vitality and mood. Massage can prepare for a long and beautiful life.

Our masseuses personalize each massage session according to the needs of the individual.
Our massage parlors offer a variety of relaxation styles and techniques to help you. Apart from relaxing, massage can be a powerful ally in reducing pain, increasing energy levels, improving mental and physical performance

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After a massage session, you will see how the mental prospects are enriched, the body allows easier handling, better pressure resistance, relaxation and mental alertness, calm and creative thinking.
When you have the impression or force yourself to stay straight, your body is not actually aligned properly. Not only does the posture look bad, but it forces some of the muscles to go muddy all day, while others become weaker. After a long time, the incorrect position may cause other drops. For example, internal organs press on what affects digestion, breathing ability is also diminished, which means that much less blood and oxygen reaches the brain and hence all sorts of other complications.

Massage allows you to return your body to the track. Allowing the body to make healthy and accurate movements is one of the greatest benefits of massage. Massage can relax and restore muscles injured by bad posture, allowing the body to position itself in a natural, painless position.
Apart from posture, there is also anxiety. One of the signs of anxiety and stress can also be heavy breathing. When the body begins to breathe too little and deeply instead of breathing at a natural rithm, it is impossible for one to relax. One reason may also be that the chest muscles and the abdomen get tightened and the air gets harder.

Massage plays an important role in learning the body how to relax and how to improve breathing. Respiratory problems such as allergies, sinuses, asthma or bronchitis are a group of conditions that can benefit from massage. In fact, massage can have a positive impact on respiratory function.

Many of the muscles in the front and back of the upper part of the body are breathing accessory. When these muscles are tight and shorten they can block normal breathing and interrupt effective breathing natural rithm. Massage techniques for stretching and relaxing these muscles improves breathing function and breathability. Massage leads to an opening of the chest as well as structural alignment and nerve dilatation that are required for optimal pulmonary function. A good way to treat respiratory problems with massage is the taping made in Swedish massage. When done on the back, along with vibrations, it can detach the mucus from the lungs and can clean the airways for better later function.

Massage not only relaxes muscles, but helps people become aware of daily stress levels. Once the body recognizes what really means relaxation, the mind can rest easily relax before the stress becomes cornice and harmful. This will help you enjoy a balanced life. Massage controls breathing, allows the mind to re-create relaxation before the occurrence of chronic and harmful stress and increases the level of energy.

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