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A New Look for a New Year

Seven months ago, my sister married the love of her life in an intimate, church ceremony. I was so excited when she asked me to be the matron of honor at her wedding. Because I wanted to wear my hair in an elegant French twist at the wedding, I didn’t cut it during the first half of last year. After the wedding, I planned to cut my hair in my usual bob style. However, after receiving many compliments for my longer hair, I decided to let it continue to grow out. I’m not sure what I want to do with my hair for the New Year. However, I know I want to continue experimenting with new, exciting looks. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best hair trends for the upcoming year. Enjoy!

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Who Can Benefit From Pain Treatment At A Spa?

Pain therapy in a spa setting provides significant relief. If you're checking out pain treatment options, you may want to go to a spa that offers therapy if you experience any of these issues.

Muscle Tension 

Many people suffer from muscle tension. You might find that your shoulders and neck always feel like they're tightening up, for example. People also frequently experience tension in their back muscles.

Post-Surgical Treatment

While you'll want to consult with your doctor before exploring pain treatment options after surgery, they may recommend visiting a spa. Improving blood flow to affected areas is often critical to minimizing scarring and post-surgical pain.

Arthritis

Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis tend to respond well to the pain therapy options that are available in a spa setting. Massages, hydrotherapy, and hot-cold treatments often alleviate the pain that comes with arthritis. The extra care may also help you improve your range of motion and mobility issues.

Pregnancy

Finding appropriate pain therapy options is tough during pregnancy. If you're pregnant, you might want to see what a spa can offer. Once more, make sure to consult with your doctors to ensure that the therapy plan meshes well with your overall care for you and your baby.

Athletics

Anyone who engages in athletic activities will benefit from a spa's pain therapy choices. Recovery following athletic activities is important, and you want it to be as pain-free as possible. Even if you only run a few times a week, you will want to manage your experience of pain as much as possible.

Fibromyalgia

Individuals who suffer from fibromyalgia often struggle to find appropriate pain treatment. If other approaches have failed to significantly relieve your pain, you may want to visit a spa. You can discuss and try non-invasive treatment options to see what might click.

Drug and Alcohol Recovery

Another group that struggles to find appropriate pain therapy care is people who are recovering from drug or alcohol use disorders. Especially if you're worried about pharmaceutical interventions, treating pain may be tough. Spa treatment may provide relief without the risk.

Headaches and Migraines

Many headaches and migraines arise from problems elsewhere in the body. For example, individuals who have neck, back, or shoulder pain can end up with headaches. The muscle and nerve tension can move up the body until it reaches the head. Spa treatments can relax the other areas. In turn, the headaches may subside too.

Visit a local spa to learn more about pain therapy.