Do you have any "at home" exercises to help ease head aches and migraines?
- u need to keep yur hand relaxed that is receiving the pressure. u can do this on either hand.
- take yur thumb and press perpendicular into the crease then do a 90degree push up (towards the top of the hand) until it causes pain
- make sure u maintain a pain level at 7 between 1-10. continue the hold til the headache goes away then keep holdin for at least 30-60 seconds then release and rub out the crease.
if it doesnt work on one hand, do it to the other hand the same way.
its not a good feelin what so ever, but usually works. my advice is if u have severe H/As or migraines, find someone that does Trigger Point Therapy. I use this on pretty much all my clients, and they dont even have to let me know they have recurring H/As, i usually find them and get rid of them. The majority of these trigger points are at the base of the neck where it meets the occipital ridge. dependin on where the location of the H/A or migraine is depends on the trigger point location.
find better ways to relax & reduce yur stress level. lavendar essential oil is really good for headaches. u can rub it on yur temple area, just make sure u test it on yur skin to make sure u arent allergic
ill be that guy
how much should i tip to recieve the "happy ending"
that i wouldnt know bc i dont do that. if i have the slightest feelin that someone on my table is hintin towards somethin im not givin out... i love to dig my elbow where i know it will hurt. plus i love causin pain
but seriously... if u pay attention to some establishments, if they dont publish an establishment license # they are probably not legit. and most places u dont dont pay til yur services are rendered so i cant really answer yur question... sorry
I have a pinch cyatic (dont knwo if that is spelled right) nerve.. and a stiff back in my lumbar area... are these fixable through massage or Chriopractics..
one thing u can do to help alleviate some of the stress on the nerve is to take a tennis ball & sit on it... roll around on it if u have to. u will definetly feel where u need the ball to sit. if its easier for u to sit on a hard chair rather than a couch and it gets to the area needin work better, then by all means use that method.
chiropractors can adjust yur spine & sacral area for yur low back area. hell the last one i went to found my knee problem from gettin kicked by a horse when i was 12 & my right TMJ from gettin in a fist fight last yr. I had no clue they could find stuff like that, but then again ive only been to 3 different chiropractors
when u do go and get a massage, i will always tell everyone to call around and find one that specializes in the area to be treated.
lets say u call me & ask what i specialize in, i would tell u Deep Tissue, Low back/neck pain, Trigger Point Therapy & Sciatica. in yur case u want to find one for low back pain & sciatica. dont be scared to ask them questions. no question is stupid. if they cant answer yur questions, then move on to the next person to call. dont just call one and zone in, ask yur friends, family or co-workers if there is someone they recommend. (but still call)
---my bf just looked over and asked if i was typin a book