Acupuncture – used both in ancient and modern medicine – involves strategically placing thin needles into specific places in your body. The needles hit points depending on what kind of relief you are looking for, whether that be stress relief, relaxation, or a specific type of healing from an injury.
While you’re busy shopping and doing for others, it’s easy to put yourself in the back seat. Unfortunately, avoiding the physical and emotional aches and pains of your body and mind will have you burned out by New Year’s Day.
Who said working a 9-to-5 job would be easy? At the very least, it shouldn’t be painful, right?
Professionals with stationary desk jobs have proven to be just as prone to back and neck injuries as those performing labor-intensive work. The good news is you can revamp your desk life and routine to reduce your back and neck pain. Here are three easy ways to make the daily tasks of your job a little less painless (despite the broken copier machine or overbearing boss)!
Feeling the cloud of melancholy or even depression as we wrap the winter season? You’re not alone. Numerous medical reports going back to 2000 have confirmed that four to six percent of the population suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).