Have The Blues? Consider Ocean Therapy
Many of us have experienced going to the beach, walking past the shoreline and letting the ocean’s water submerge our feet. We take a deep breath, smell the salty air, and exhale. It’s relaxing, rejuvenating and even relieving. I used to casually refer to this experience as ocean therapy.
Don’t Let Aerosinusitis Put a Damper On Your Travels. Here’s How You Can Be Proactive
I love to travel, but being on a commercial airplane is not exactly my idea of a good time. Pretty much every time I fly, I get a very bad headache. Determined to get this under control, I decided to do some research and found out that I am not alone. In addition to this, a condition called aerosinusitis seems to be the culprit.
‘Slugging’ is the TikTok Skin Trend, But Will It Help Fight Winter Dryness?
Try slugging if you want, but I also think it is important to make sure that the skin is properly exfoliated so that products such as our moisturizers can actually penetrate the skin and do their job. If your skin is not properly exfoliated, then slugging is not going to be as effective.
Skin Issues? T-Shock May Be Just What You Need!
After Diana cleansed and exfoliated my skin, it felt like my face could breathe again. Then, came the fun part - the T-Shock treatment. T-Shock uses a wand that transitions from hot to cold to improve elasticity, tighten and brighten the skin. Not only does this treatment stimulate the production of collagen, it also aids in lymphatic drainage which is huge for health and appearance of the skin.
Give Your Hair Some Much Needed TLC With Red Light Therapy
Red light therapy is popular for treating skin issues such as wrinkles, acne, scars, sun damage and more. The light is absorbed by the skin and can stimulate the production of collagen, elastin and other molecules that are important for healthy skin. So it makes sense that red light therapy would have a positive influence on hair growth and health, especially when you look at it from the perspective that hair grows from your scalp which is skin.
There Are 5 Days Left of 2022. 10 Ways To Be Proactive.
Now is the time that so many people throw their hands up and say, “Forget it. I will wait until the new year to start healthier habits.” Then, when the new year arrives, those resolutions often don’t stick. Reportedly, research has shown that 91 percent of Americans will not achieve their new year’s resolutions!
Lymphatic Drainage May Help Us Be Proactive in a ‘Tridemic’
The importance of our lymphatic system is frequently overlooked, but understanding the important role it plays in maintaining the immune system is critical -especially during this 'tridemic.' A strong immune system will usually reduce or eliminate the impact of viruses and infections.
For Some, pH Labs Has Been Life-Changing. See Some Of Our Client Feedback.
I am so passionate about the work we do and services we offer at pH Labs, because good health really is the greatest wealth. For me, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing what our clients have to say about their experiences with us and how their health and wellness has improved. Take a look for yourself:
November is National Healthy Skin Month. Let’s Celebrate By Being Proactive.
The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) has declared the month of November as National Healthy Skin Month®. Our skin is a very important organ. It is the body’s largest organ, and its main function is to provide protection against elements such as bacteria, chemicals and temperature.
Bruce Willis Has Aphasia, A Common Language Disorder We Must Be Proactive About
Aphasia is a language disorder. It is the result of damage to parts of the brain that control language. These areas of the brain are usually on the left side.
Death of Bob Saget: A Reminder To Us All To Be Proactive About Head Injuries
I’ve bumped my head a number of times and never really thought much about it, but the recent passing of actor, comedian and one of America’s favorite television dads Bob Saget got my attention and made me realize we all might want to be more careful.
Still Checking Your Emails After Dinner? Doing So Can Put Your Health At Risk!
If the line between “work time” and “personal time” was getting blurry before the pandemic, it’s now safe to say that for many people that line has now disappeared. This is not very surprising given that 71 percent of us are now working from home (WFH) and more than half want to continue doing so after employers fully open their offices.
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