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The air we breathe, the food we eat and the stress we live under all contribute to an unbalanced lifestyle. We know that prolonged stress can lead to ill health. This can include tension and pain in muscles, lower immunity, digestive and intestinal difficulties or mental health problems.

To prevent long-term damage to your mind and body, stress needs to be managed to keep it at a healthy level. Changing stress levels can be achieved in many ways, but a good massage, by Sue Harrod Therapies,  on a regular basis can change things for the better. Massage helps alleviate stress, improves circulation and removes toxins from tight and tired muscles. This then results in the body’s heart rate and blood pressure being reduced and relaxes the fight and flight triggers, relieving mental, emotional and physical fatigue and giving a sense of freedom.

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