Month: May 2024

Anger Does a Lot More Damage to Your Body Than You Realize

Anger Does a Lot More Damage to Your Body Than You Realize

Anger is bad for your health in more ways than you think.

Getting angry doesn’t just hurt our mental health, it’s also damaging to our hearts, brains and gastrointestinal systems, according to doctors and recent research. Of course, it’s a normal emotion that everyone feels—few of us stay serene when a driver cuts us off or a boss makes us stay late. But getting mad too often or for too long can cause problems.

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Research Behind the Good Pain Massage: Benefits and Risks

Research Behind the Good Pain Massage: Benefits and Risks

Massage therapy encompasses various modalities, each with specific techniques, pressure levels, and intended outcomes. Some modalities are more intense and can be perceived as painful. While pain during a massage might seem counterintuitive, certain painful techniques can provide significant therapeutic benefits. This discussion delves into the science, research, benefits, and potential drawbacks of painful massage modalities.

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The science, research, causes, how to fix or heal, sport massages and exercises for shoulder dislocations

The science, research, causes, how to fix or heal, sport massages and exercises for shoulder dislocations

Shoulder dislocation occurs when the head of the humerus (upper arm bone) pops out of the shoulder socket (glenoid). It’s a common injury that can cause severe pain, instability, and limited range of motion in the shoulder joint. Sports massage can be a beneficial part of the treatment plan for shoulder dislocations, aiding in pain relief, reducing muscle tension, and promoting healing.

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Right Shoulder Cuff Tendinosis, Supraspinatus Tear- Interstitium, Anterior Interior Labrum Tear, Bursitis, Spur anterior Gienoid, Mild AC Arthropathy

Right Shoulder Cuff Tendinosis, Supraspinatus Tear- Interstitium, Anterior Interior Labrum Tear, Bursitis, Spur anterior Gienoid, Mild AC Arthropathy

Rotator cuff tendinosis is a very common cause of shoulder pain. Your rotator cuff tendons control the motion of your shoulder joint. They are four very important muscles and their structure can change with age, or because of your activities.

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