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Saber sus masajes [15 Aug 2008|05:09am]

lavez8796


Un masaje es uno de los servicios indispensables ofrecidos en un balneario típico de las vacaciones o del día. Se está relajando, releva su cuerpo de la tensión y del dolor de músculo, y le pondrá definitivamente en un sonido, sueño ininterrumpido. El menú de un balneario de servicios contiene generalmente una selección amplia de masajes, los simples a ésas con la suposición y nombres el extranjero-sonar. Si usted no es realmente balneario-comprensión, es fácil conseguir perdido en la cacofonía de términos y de jergas del masaje. Por supuesto, su terapeuta explicará estas cosas a usted y le ayudará generalmente a determinar el masaje apropiado que se adaptará a sus necesidades. Todavía no lastima sin embargo para saber los fundamentos de masajes.

Los varios tipos de masajes se pueden clasificar en dos categorías: ésos diseñaron para la relajación y ésas previstas para la gerencia del dolor o para los propósitos médicos. Éstos no están mutuamente - las clasificaciones exclusivas sin embargo y un traslapo ocurre a veces.

Una de las terapias de relajación más populares es el masaje sueco. Fue nombrada después de, usted la conjeturaba, doctor sueco nombrado por Henrik Ling que desarrolló la técnica durante el siglo XVIII. El masaje emplea la presión firme, apacible para mejorar la circulación de sangre y para relevar dolor y la tensión de músculo. Los músculos se frotan en la dirección del flujo de sangre que vuelve al corazón. El masaje se realiza generalmente usando las técnicas siguientes: movimientos de deslizamiento largos, amasamiento de músculos, movimientos circulares para crear la fricción, movimientos oscilatorios para crear la vibración, el golpear ligeramente staccato, y finalmente, doblez y el estirar.

Otra técnica común del masaje es el shiatsu que significa la presión del dedo. Basado tradicionalmente en el sistema meridiano chino, el masaje trabaja dentro de la teoría de la circulación de la energía en el cuerpo y en el concepto que hay los puntos particulares de la presión que se pueden presionar para invertir los desequilibrios en el flujo de energía natural. Los dedos y las palmas se utilizan para aplicar la presión localizada sobre estos puntos. Esto entonces es seguida estirando ejercicios. Durante la sesión, enseñan los clientes a coordinar su respiración con el masaje para maximizar las ventajas del tratamiento.

Una técnica más físicamente de acoplamiento es el masaje tailandés. Se cree para haber sido desarrollado hace 2500 años cerca un médico indio. Tailandia alcanzada posterior y fue influenciado gradualmente por la medicina china. Entonces se convirtió en una parte tradicional de medicina tailandesa y fue realizado generalmente por los monjes. El masaje tailandés implica una combinación de yoga y de acupressure. Los terapeutas utilizan sus manos, rodillas, piernas, y pies para aplicar la presión y para trasladarse su cuerpo a vario yoga-como estirar los movimientos.

Para una experiencia más ecléctica del masaje, usted puede querer intentar el masaje de la polaridad. Una amalgamación curiosa de la ciencia moderna y de los métodos antiguos, terapia de la polaridad combina varios terapias y tratamientos para alcanzar salud holística. El tratamiento se divide típicamente en cuatro porciones: carrocería, dieta, ejercicio, y meditación.

Otros masajes se centran en las partes específicas del cuerpo tales como la cabeza, el cuello, los hombros, los brazos, y el trasero. El masaje sacro craneal, por ejemplo, es una técnica apacible concentrada en la cabeza y el cuello. El masaje del cuero cabelludo también se centra en la cabeza y se dice prevenir pérdida de pelo tan bien como ayuda a facilitar el crecimiento del pelo sano.

Hay también un masaje especialmente diseñado para las mujeres embarazadas. Esto ayuda a relevar los calambres, tensión, fatiga, y la tiesura así como reduce ataques de la depresión y de ansiedad. Las técnicas prenatales tendrán madres en una posición de semi-descanso con varias vueltas de lado a lado. Hay cuerpo y acuña las almohadillas así como el acolchado adicional para asegurarse de que la mamá es cómoda y el bebé es seguro.

Para los masajes de la gerencia del dolor, las técnicas mas comunes son la terapia neuromuscular (NMT) y el masaje de los deportes o masaje profundo del tejido. El NMT, realizado por un especialista entrenado, trata de los tejidos suaves tales como músculos, tendones, y tejidos conectivos para restablecer el equilibrio en el sistema nervioso central. El masaje de los deportes, por una parte, se puede servir adentro de un balneario. Mientras que el nombre implica, concentra en los grupos del músculo usados más en actividades de los deportes. El masaje es un buen calentamiento antes de un entrenamiento y de una terapia de relajación conveniente luego.




Sobre el autor: Kristien Wilkinson es escritor y un contribuidor en línea a .buckhead.com




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Hello? [14 Nov 2002|02:24pm]

faded_sunflower
Is anyone out there? Looks like this community has been abandoned.
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[14 Aug 2002|09:01pm]

sweetmisery80
[ mood | guilty ]

I was doing well up until a few minutes ago. I smoked and got the munchies bad. I went to the store and bought a Butterfinger, a big KitKat, an Eskimo Pie bar, and a king size Milky Way. Bad...very very bad!

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[14 Aug 2002|12:45pm]

sweetmisery80
So far I've eaten a yogurt, a nectarine, and some pretzels. For lunch I brought a yogurt and an apple. A coworker asked if I would share a half of a hoagie with her. I suppose that's not the worst thing to be eating, right??
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hello [13 Aug 2002|08:16pm]

sweetmisery80
[ mood | uncomfortable ]

Hi everyone. My name is Kate and I'm 22 from NJ. I'm 5'3 and the last time I weighed myself, I was a little over 200 lbs. This is the heaviest I've ever been. None of my clothes seem to fit right and I'm so uncomfortable with my body. I have low self esteem, but right now, I'm at my lowest. I binge eat, but I don't purge. I've been on a million and one diets. I tried Weight Watchers twice and was pretty successful. Needless to say, I've gained that weight back, and then some. I hope that by joining this community I can talk to people who feel the way I do and find some kind of support system. I need to get this weight off, but I can't do it alone.

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who, me? [18 Jul 2002|06:20pm]

xxfiat_lux
[ mood | freaked ]

Okay, I'm a little bit freaked. I had to go to the doctor today for my quarterly A1C (which is going to be horrendous this time, I just know it) and she suggested that I might consider laparoscopic banding surgery (where they put a band around your stomach so you can only eat small amounts of food at a time). My doctor is the nicest, kindest person you could imagine and she certainly wasn't harsh towards me at all. I guess it's just shocking to have the point driven home that I am severely obese and insurance would actually pay for that type of surgery for me given my diabetes and current height and weight (5'3, 255).

My initial reaction is, um, NO. Scared to death. Also it would depend on how much I would have to pay out of pocket. My insurance pays 90% of medical costs after my deductible is met (and it was met in February, how scary is that?). What would 10% of a procedure and hospitalization like that cost? Hmm.

I also feel bad because, hell no, I haven't been trying lately. At all. I know I'm capable of managing my weight and blood sugar control better than I'm doing. I just couldn't justify doing something as big as surgery knowing that I haven't been working at it the way I should.

Siiiiigh.

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Celebrate [21 Jun 2002|11:35pm]
traumdeuter
[ mood | happy ]

Ok, I wanted to do something "different and special" to celebrate my 39th birthday.

Mission AccomplishedCollapse )

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[31 May 2002|11:39pm]
danikus
(This is posted in both pcosupport & positivity.)

Hello! My name's Lindsey, most folks call me Lin. I'm 19 and live in Eastern Iowa. I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 17, and for the past two years I've been a "guinea pig" with endocrinologists and gynecologists because I was diagnosed so young. I'm very modest, so visiting the doctors really hurt my self-esteem and I fell into a major depression which I'm still currently in. I'm over weight and have been my entire life, I have an eating disorder and other rubbish, but I'm not getting into that.

I joined this community with the intent to get support, give support, find a friend, and be a friend.
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[15 May 2002|08:53pm]
traumdeuter
Hi! I just joined your group. At last weigh in, I was about 275 lbs. And yet, I have a hard time believing the numbers. The me I see in my mind is still the college me, at about the right size for my height. I have had a tough time trying to see me as I am. I am trying to look at myself more in the mirror, and to take more photos of myself. At least these 2 are a bit more objective than the mental image I have of myself. I am trying to think positive, live positively, and accept me as I am now. I am happy to be a part of your community.
Thanks for being here.
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heat [28 Apr 2002|12:57pm]

xxfiat_lux
[ mood | frustrated ]

It's so frustrating to be hot all the time. I know a lot of it has to do with my weight (about 245). I'm usually miserable cooped up in a car with my husband, because he only wants to run the vent unless it's extremely hot outside. One reason I want to get my weight to a more normal level is to adjust my inner thermostat. :p

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story of a girl [18 Apr 2002|09:35am]

xxfiat_lux
[ mood | pensive ]

Once upon a time there was a girl who thought that everything would be perfect if only she were thin. So she became thin. Over a year's time, she lost 73 pounds, and she had reached that pinnacle of perfection.

Strangely, other people gushing over her dramatic weight loss didn't please her. It frightened her, made her feel small. Made her wonder why they still couldn't see who she really was.

She had thought that everything would be perfect if only she reached a certain body weight. The world would magically open up, suitors would fall at her feet, friends would flock around her. Nothing would ever go wrong. She was terrified to discover that her apparent malfunction did not go away with the loss of weight. It wasn't the extra pounds at all. It was her.

She still didn't have any friends, she was still socially awkward and terminally insecure. She was still afraid all the time. It was rather like losing one's center of gravity and falling from the earth, out into space. Boundless. Falling, arms pinwheeling, trying to scream but no sound would emerge. Everything she had believed to be true about the world...was not.

This time, ten years later, it isn't about perfection. The girl has learned that perfection does not exist. It is about being healthy and sane and rational. It is about learning to love herself finally...something that is long overdue. It is about finding her way back from the darkness.

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I hate me. [18 Apr 2002|01:59am]

anger_scars
[ mood | depressed ]

Since I seem to be the only person to update, I will. I'm a major binger. I am the kinda person, that when I start something I can't stop it. Which, doesn't settle well when I eat. I just start and I go and go and go, until I eat so much that I feel the urge to purge. Which is usually every day. I substatute food for love, food for anything. I am upset, I eat. I know it hurts me. I have self imposed diets every month, but they never help. After about a week or so I gain all the wieght back, and more. I hate my life. I hate me. I hate everything.

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