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Do you suffer from muscular discomfort? Massage can help.
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Do you suffer from muscular discomfort? Massage can help.
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Do you suffer from muscular discomfort? Massage can help.
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Self care ideas

1. Multi-task during daily routines
Try rolling your head and neck in the shower, balancing on one foot while you brush your teeth. Stand up and stretch after checking email in the afternoon. Give attention to yourself. Keep limber and strong.

2. Check your posture
When standing, be mindful of your alignment. Lower your shoulders and pull them back. Lift your chin.Don’t lock your knees. Stand with your feet straight ahead or slightly turned out. Pull your stomach muscles toward the small of your back. Remember to breathe.

3. Balance
Good balance helps you remain stable and strong as you age.
During the day try a quick balancing practice or yoga pose, like Tree Pose. Add balance training to your exercise routines by using a yoga ball or BOSU ball, or one of these exercises that doesn't require special equipment.

4. Take a Micro-break
An abundance of research shows that sitting still for too long is bad for your health, period. Take frequent breaks to stand, move, jump, wiggle, loosen those joints.

"Micro-breaks are regular, small, meaningful breaks from being stuck in one position at work. It is a survival skill for every chair-bound office worker, student, computer user, or anyone at all whose work (or play) generally requires long hours of being sedentary."

5. Bask in the sun
You can't help but feel better! Soak up that vitamin D and relax.

6. Ice your forearms
This is especially helpful after a long day of performing massage therapy - or a long day of typing.

8. Walk
Walking is the easiest, most natural thing to do. Take a few minutes away from your desk or table to check the mail, grab a breath of fresh air, walk the dog, climb some stairs, or just take the long way to the restroom.

What are your daily self-care routines? Share them !

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