April is tax season. Nobody likes to pay taxes or face their accountant to find out if they owe the government even more money than they’ve already paid! Even if you have a good accountant and you’ve done everything right all year, you still worry about getting it done on time (while at the same time procrastinating), and the nasty word of “audit” lurks menacingly on the outskirts of your consciousness.
April is Stress Awareness Month!
Coincidence? I don’t think so! Stress is the root cause of a lot of doctor visits. Headaches, backaches, general aches and pains, blood pressure (hypertension), heart problems … all can stem from stress of every day life. Massage is such a good treatment for stress. A recent client said “that’s the most relaxed I’ve ever been.” Who wouldn’t like to feel like that?
There are many scientific studies that have shown the benefits of massage, and stress reduction is one of the major benefits that people enjoy. Reduced stress also equates to reduced pain, better sleep, and better on-the-job productivity. It also means better health and MAY even improve your disposition enough that the relationships with your loved ones MAY improve. (That’s not a promise, mind you — I’m just saying — actual change is up to you!)
Stress also seems to be producing a lot of clients who want to get into my office right away, as in “right now.” In my practice, as with most massage therapists, that usually isn’t possible. If you schedule your massage in advance and on a regular basis, you won’t have to deal with the last-minute problems. Call today. Think about your future.
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