In the thick of an unpredictable winter, near frigid zero temperatures one day and a comfortable mid-40s the next, there remains the reliable element of muscle fatigue and soreness. With the encroachment of the cold that sweeps over NYC from December into January, like an icy wave onto the streets, it becomes our duty to take care of our health to ensure our happiness in a time of colds, coughs and flu-like chaos!
There are various studies in the medical field that are dedicated to finding a natural remedy to these seasonal ailments. Health O Style online magazine, by Ayushveda, reminds us that fatigue is not to be feared, however it requires appropriate treatment.
It is nothing to be afraid of. But, it is a time when the endocrine system, together with the organs that compose it, are unable to keep up with the change in the environment and therefore, they start showing signs of fatigue…The stress of daily life can take its toll on your body; therefore it is advisable that you relax yourself… However, a vacation to a warm climate region will not be much help, because it is not just a change of scenery and climate that you actually need.
This is key, seeking an appropriate treatment for your wintertime muscle aches. According to Myssage.com, a research site looking into the benefits of massage therapy, there have been numerous studies conducted analyzing the massage treatments over a period of time.
Lower Back Pain– The Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami studied the effect of massage over a 5-week period on 24 randomized chronic low back pain sufferers. After receiving two 30-minute treatments per week for the duration of the study, the massage group reported less pain, depression, anxiety, and improved sleep.
Chronic Pain– The University of Warwick in England studied the short-term effects of massage on chronic pain. 101 patients were randomly divided, half of whom received 15 minutes of massage, while the other half discussed their pain. One hour after treatment, the massage group showed significantly less pain and anxiety.”
Whether it be fatigue due to the absence of sunlight during the winter months, eating in the holiday spirit of high calorie sweet treats, not getting enough sleep, or experiencing stress from the everyday grind, Dyanna Body & Nail Spa provides some massage therapy solutions!
–Deep Tissue Massage: Relief from stress and sports related muscle tension.
–Swedish Massage: Take advantage of our expertise in Swedish massage, which improves blood flow and releases toxins from muscles.
–Fusion Massage: Combines deep tissue, Swedish, and reflexology.
–Hot Stone Massage: Relax and enjoy this soothing relief from stress and muscle tension.
–Aroma Therapy Massage: Magic touch Aroma Therapy massage that uses rubbing and kneading of the skin with plant oils that gives pleasant aroma and promote relaxation, a sense of well-being and healing.
-Lymph Drainage: Light, pumping massage pinpoints the lymph nodes. Stimulates the lymphatic system.
To schedule an appointment and consult with one of your expert aestheticians about which treatments would be right for you, and to check out our affordable pricing please go to: http://www.dyannaspa.com/