3 Proven Ways Massage Therapy Could Reduce Your Underactive Thyroid Symptoms

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you're currently suffering from underactive thyroid (known medically as hypothyroidism), you're not alone. Thyroid disorders affect roughly 486,000 people in Australia. While hormone replacement medications do exist to treat underactive thyroid, they can often take a long time to begin working, and some people feel that they don't see a noticeable reduction in their symptoms. If medication isn't working out for you or you've chosen to avoid using it, there is another way to relieve the negative effects of hypothyroidism: massage therapy.
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3 Watery Ways to Relieve Your Neck Pain

Posted on: 11 March 2016

Are you suffering from neck pain? Unfortunately, it's a common problem across the world. Seeing a chiropractor is a great way to combat this discomfort, but there are also things you can do to alleviate neck pain yourself. Try some of these water-based techniques and see which one works best for you. Sleep with a Water Pillow Do you find your pain is worse after you wake up? A poor sleeping position can exacerbate neck pain, or even be the cause of it in some situations.
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Got Text Neck? A Chiropractor Can Help With That!

Posted on: 11 March 2016

Waking up with a debilitating headache is not the way you want to start your busy workday. Instead of being able to concentrate on the tasks at hand, instead, you face a day of pain, fatigue and distraction. While technology in the office is supposed to be making your life easier, it can be one cause of headaches because of a condition known as "text neck." Don't be fooled that this name only applies to people who have heavy cell phone use though, as this problem is a lot more common than you might think.
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Workout Mistakes Causing Your Lower Back Pain

Posted on: 8 March 2016

Is your workout technique hurting your back? It could be there are things in your workout that shouldn't be there, and others that should be there but aren't. Losing weight, toning up, and building muscle cannot be achieved if your back is constantly in pain and stiff. Below are some key basics that you can practice and keep lower back pain at bay. The Wrong Weights Lifting heavy weights does not automatically lead to stronger muscles.
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