Acupuncture for Paralysis.

Neuro Acupuncture / Scalp Acupuncture for Paralysis video by Dr. Jason Hao, International Academy of Scalp Acupuncture.

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What Is Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. Signs and symptoms typically begin gradually, worsen over time and then resolve, usually within one to three years.

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How Essential Oils Enhance Your Well Being.

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Your sense of smell is your most primal sense and exerts surprising influence over your thoughts, emotions, moods, memories, and behaviors. Scents are experienced long before words.

This is why it’s nearly impossible to describe them with language. Olfaction is different from your other senses, processed through different pathways in your brain.

Essential Oils Can Be Used to treat a range of minor ailments, and massage is usually the best way of delivering the healing oils.

Problem Useful Essential Oils
Acne Bergamot; German Chamomile; Geranium; Juniper; Lavender; Lemon-Grass; Petitgrain; Tea Tree.
Anxiety Lavender; Bergamot; Rose; Clary Saga; Lemon; Roman Chamomile; Orange; Sandalwood; Rose-Scented Geranium; Pine.
Colic And Wind In Babies. Peppermint; Roman Chamomile.
Constipation Lemon Grass; Marjoram; orange; Rosemary.
Cought And Colds. Bergamot; Cypress; Eucalyptus; Frankincense; Lavender; Marjoram; Peppermint; Rosemary; Sandalwood; Tea Tree.
Depressed Mood Chamomile; Jasmine; Lavender; Peppermint.
Eczema And Psoariasis Chamomile; Cypress; Frankincense; Geranium; Juniper; Lavender; Sandalwood.
Headache. Chamomile; Geranium; Lavender; Marjoram; Peppermint; Petitgrain; Rose; Rosemary;
Indigestion. Juniper; Lavender; Orange; Peppermint; Roman Chamomile; Rosemary.
Insomnia Benzoin; Chamomile; Jasmine; Lavender; Lemon; Neroli, Rose, Sandalwood;,Sweet Marjoram; Ylang Ylang.
Low Energy Angelica; Black Pepper; Cardamom; Cinnamon; Citrus; Clove; Jasmine; Rosemary; Sage; Tea Tree.
Muscular Aches And Pain Eucalyptus; German Chamomile; Juniper; Lavender; Marjoram; Rosemary.
Memory And Attention Cinnamon; Peppermint; Sage.
Nausea and vomiting Chamomile; Clary Sage; Dill; Fennel; Ginger; Lavender; Lemon; Orange; Mint.
Pain Chamomile; Clary Sage; Green Apple (Especially For Migraines); Eucalyptus; Juniper, Lavender; Rosemary, Peppermint,
PMS And Period Pain Chamomile; Cypress; Frankincense; Geranium; Juniper; Lavender; Sandalwood.
Sore Throat Clary Sage; Cypress; Lavender; Peppermint; Sandalwood; Tea Tree.
Sprains,Strain, Swollen Joints. German Chamomile; Cypress; Frankincense; Juniper; Lavender; Marjoram; Rosemary.
Stress Lavender; Lemon; Bergamot; Peppermint; Pine; Vetiver; Ylang Ylang.
Superficial Capillaries. Chamomile; Cypress; Frankincense; Geranium; Rose.

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8 Reasons Why We Need Massage

For most of us, massage is a necessity only when the body feels weak or sick. However Tr4there is a reason why people need massage even they are not sick.

Getting the right massage and finding a professional masseuse can provide many benefits, especially for relaxation and stress relief.

Massage is done in a traditional, modern or mixed way, and some have therapeutic properties.

As quoted from “Healthmad and Buzzle”, Wednesday (24/11/2010) there are many benefits of massage, namely:

    1. The sequence can significantly improve the peripheral nervous system, increase the stimulation and conduction of nerve impulses, weaken and stop pain by accelerating the process of regeneration (recovery) of injured nerves, as well as prevent blood vessel disruption in terms of communication and supply.
    2. Massage affects the body’s tissues causing it to expand its capillaries and capillary reserves. This increases blood flow to tissues and organs, improves oxidation reduction processes, facilitates the heart and contributes to the redistribution of blood in the body. It also causes a slight increase in the number of platelets, leukocytes, erythrocytes and hemoglobin without disturbing the acid-base balance.
    3. Massage accelerates lymph flow that improves tissue nutrition, reduces stasis in joints and other organs and tissues.
    4. Massage has various physiological effects on the skin and its functions, such as cleansing the sweat ducts and sebaceous glands and facilitates secretion, excretion and skin breathing. After a massage, the skin will become more supple and its sensitivity to cold temperature decreases
    5. Massage may improve flexibility of muscles as well as the contractile function that speeds up the release of metabolites (metabolic outcomes). It depends on how strong and fast the massage is.
    6. Massage helps to remove the fluid contained within the muscles and restore it to its normal state.
    7. Massage helps improve circulation and lowers blood pressure. Because circulation improves, organs that exist in the body will work better.
    8. Massage may help overcome superficial muscle pain and improve bad posture, as it can help manipulate muscles and joints.

    The therapeutic and relaxing effects that are obtained from massage are very good for the body, hence everyone needs to get  a good Massage once a while.

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Welcome To Bodicaire

The best way to reward yourself after a hard day’s work.

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Kattong Shopping Centre
Mountbatten Road #Basement  B1-101

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Early or late bookings are available upon requests & subject to availability.