You consider your pain ‘not chronic’ but, is a massage really all you need? Perhaps the greatest mis-definition of all time is “chronic” when it comes to describing the stress people tend to carry in their shoulders, neck, head or back. Most will admit to such occasional, minor pain, but nearly all will attest that it isn’t “chronic” in nature. The irony is that “chronic” actually means “occasionally” in a manner of speaking. It is a term that denotes a repetition over time.
Coffee seems an obvious scapegoat for stress, but do you have to quit drinking it to relax? Not exactly. Sure, you can quit coffee and maybe even feel a little relieved (once getting past the withdrawal phase). But do you stop carrying stress forever after? The answer to this question proves that coffee isn’t itself the sole culprit, a contributing factor it may be. And, if this isn’t enough evidence, witness the millions of non-coffee-drinkers who yet suffer the effects of s
You know you carry stress in your shoulders, but why does it accumulate there? We all tend to “carry” our stress in our shoulders or other areas of the body. But, how is it possible that it could accumulate there in the first place? Further, why does it seem so impossible handle? Must we simply live with it? While it seems that finding ways to “deal with it” in absence of a solution keeps it temporarily at bay, not knowing its cause can cause further problems. Understanding h