Saturday, 25 September 2010

How a massage can help your headaches

Do you suffer from headaches? Most headaches are far from serious and, within a few hours, will go on their own. But if you find that you have severe headaches or regular headaches, you should consider going to your GP. He or she will be able to offer advice and rule out more serious problems.

A headache describes any pain that you feel in the head and neck area. There are a very many causes of headaches. The main ones are stress and tension. Headaches can also be caused because of dehydration and pressure on your blood vessels.

If you would like to have help with treating your headaches, you may find that having an Indian head massage can help.

After having an Indian head massage, you will have a greater feeling of tranquility and balance. As well as headaches, back pain, insomnia and eye strain are reduced.


Saturday, 18 September 2010

How massage can help with back pain

One of the most common problems that people suffer from is back pain.

Very easily back pain can develop into a chronic problem. Unfortunately there is little that conventional medicine can do to help you.

Back pain is caused by tension in your muscles or tension in your muscles; it can happen anywhere along your spine.

And if you drive all day or sit in an office all day you are more prone to develop these problems. Normally this happens when you keep your back tense. This means your muscles are tight and therefore don't relax.

If your back pain felt becomes chronic it can make it difficult for you to move.

There is good news though: often this can be solved by doing the right exercises or by using relaxation techniques like yoga. And I should know as I do them every day!

Some of the other therapies which you could look at include massage, acupuncture, acupressure, osteopathy, reflexology or pilates.

If your back pain is stress-related, then you should have a therapy that will help you relax. Sometimes relieving stress removes the back pain. And having a massage is ideal for this.


Saturday, 11 September 2010

No cheques please I'm a Male Waxing Therapist

I am a trusting sort of guy. Sometimes I am too trusting for my own good.

Unfortunately it takes only one person to destroy that trust. And that person is being named and shamed today. He is Stephen Stickland of Odiham in Hampshire.

I used to happily accept cheques from clients who visit my male waxing and massage business in Woking. But no longer.

Not only did the named individual give me a cheque which bounced - three times - but he also gave me a cheque drawn on a closed account. How he managed to keep hold of his cheque book when he closed the account, I don't know. Why Surrey Police are not interested in pursuing this case of fraud, I don't understand.

So sorry I don't take cheques now.

I am a trusting sort of guy. Sometimes I am too trusting for my own good. But no longer.