Diminish your worries through salon mantra
Tension and stress can be a recipe for disaster. And we, in spite of this knowledge, tend to dismiss it as a routine. So if you are falling into this...
Tension and stress can be a recipe for disaster. And we, in spite of this knowledge, tend to dismiss it as a routine. So if you are falling into this pit, it’s time to take a step back and look at your daily routine. Tension relief alone can improve the vitality and state of mind. So what better way to prep for a long, happy life than a relaxing, therapeutic massage in your nearest salon or spa?
As the days are passing by, a lot of people are visiting salon not just to enhance their beauty but to get a peace of mind. With the fast paced lifestyle that people lead, it is a must that they relieve the tension and stress they face throughout the day. Researches confirm that massages help in reducing anxiety, digestive disorders, headaches, stress, paresthesias and nerve pain, joint pains and a lot more.
Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to stroke by damaging and weakening your brain's blood vessels, causing them to narrow, rupture or leak. It can also cause blood clots to form in the arteries leading to your brain, blocking blood flow and potentially causing a stroke.
Roger Ross, senior trainer, Green Trends Unisex Hair & Style Salon, says, “Hypertension affects people of all ages and all professions right from youngsters to oldies and from housewives to people who travel extensively and have on field work. Five customers per day complain about suffering from hypertension and stress.”
“Salons are great stress busters as the massages are done at the pressure points giving more relief. For example mint massage helps in giving the cooling effect and also stimulates the scalp, olive oil massage along with soothing and relieving stress helps hydrate.
It soothes anxiety and depression, human touch, in a context that is safe, friendly and professional, can be incredibly therapeutic and relaxing. It improves sleep, not only can massage encourage a restful sleep—it also helps those who can’t otherwise comfortably rest. Massage boosts patients' white blood cell count (which plays a large role in defending the body from disease),” adds Roger Ross.