Stress Relief in January

Stress Relief in January

Stress Relief in January

Now that the calendar has turned the page to January, the holidays are behind us. While it will take some time for us to catch our breath and get back to “normal”, we need to make an effort – or maybe resolution – to take care of ourselves. Each year, “normal” seems to require more of our time and energy with less time to kick back and relax. Stress Relief in January
Stress is one of the major causes of headaches, back pain and any number of stomach ailments. According to WebMD, stress can affect our immune system, heart, muscles and, even our skin. At times, it can lead to more serious complications.
So, why not start the New Year with a plan to reduce stress? Massage has proven to help reduce tension and pain, relieve muscle aches, improve blood flow and promote relaxation.
Stress can also affect our skin. Our skin is the largest organ of our body and like the rest of our body, also requires regular care and attention. Facials can improve our most exposed and sensitive skin. They assist in anti-aging caused by everyday environmental factors such as sunlight, smog, pollution and stress.

  • Benefits of Facials
  • Moisturizes skin
  • Reverses visible signs of aging
  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Alleviates redness and sensitivity
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces blemishes and breakout

So as you make your New Year’s resolutions, make a promise to reduce stress and pain and increase your energy levels. Start by scheduling an appointment. Try it each month for three months. See how you feel. You may notice a marked difference.

About the Author

Kimberly Johnson

As Director of Sales and Marketing, Kimberly Johnson is passionate about providing Seniors with the resources and products to live well.  Kimberly is a seasoned caregiver to her family and breast cancer survivor.  Her father battled ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease and she was a primary caregiver.  Today Kimberly lives in Southern California near her 104-year-old grandmother, widowed mother, a mentally disabled sister and second sister who is also a breast cancer survivor.  She is happily married to her husband of 24 years and they have 3 children.

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