Stress Management is Necessary in Today’s World

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Stress is an ordinary mental and physical response to the requests of life. A limited quantity of stress can be good to propel humans to perform well and reach for their goals. However, numerous difficulties on a daily basis such as sitting in traffic, meeting deadlines, and paying bills can push a person beyond his/her ability to cope.

Stress management gives us a range of tools to reset our body system. It can support our brain and body’s flexibility – without which our body might always be on a high alerted stress level. Over time, constant pressure can prompt genuine medical problems. The pace and difficulties of present-day life make stress management necessary for everyone.

Therefore, to monitor our stress, it’s critical to initially distinguish the triggers. What makes us feel angry, tense, worried, or irritable? Do you frequently get cerebral pains, headaches, or a steamed stomach with no clinical reason? Some stressors are as common as workload pressure, relationship issues, or money related worries that are anything but difficult to distinguish. But daily hassles and demands such as waiting in a long line or being late to a meeting, also contribute add to the day by day climb in anxiety.

When we encountered a certain stress level, our body will eventually produce a high level of hormones called Andrenaline and Cortisol which are stress hormones.

Adrenaline increases our heart rate, elevates our blood pressure, and boosts energy supplies. Cortisol, the primary stress hormone, increases sugars (glucose) in the bloodstream, enhances our brain’s use of glucose and increases the availability of substances that repair tissues.

Cortisol also curbs functions that would be nonessential or detrimental in a fight-or-flight situation. It alters immune system responses and suppresses the digestive system, the reproductive system, and growth processes. This complex natural alarm system also communicates with the brain regions that controls one’s mood.

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The long-term activation of the stress-response system and the overexposure to cortisol and other stress hormones that follow can disrupt almost all our body’s processes. This puts us at an increased risk of many health problems, including: anxiety, depression, digestive problems, headaches, heart disease, sleep problems, drastic weight gain or loss, memory, and concentration impairment.

Stressful events are facts of life. We may not be able to change our current situation. But we can take steps to manage the impact these events have on us. We can learn to identify what stresses us and how to take care of ourselves physically and emotionally in the face of stressful situations.

Stress management strategies include:

1. Eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise and plenty of sleep

2. Taking time for hobbies, such as reading a book, listening to music or traveling

3. Fostering healthy friendships and having a sense of humor

4. Volunteering in our community

5. Seeking professional counseling when needed

6. Practicing relaxation techniques such as trying yoga, practicing deep breathing, 

7. and learning to meditate or get a massage and a pampering relaxing spa therapy

The reward for learning to manage stress is peace of mind and perhaps a longer, healthier life. Therefore, don’t wait until stress damages your health, relationships, or quality of life. Start practicing stress management and destress techniques today.

At Ozmosis spa we have many different destress therapy to relax your body and mind.

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For MASSAGE THERAPY we have many different types of therapeutic massages which able to relaxes our tense muscles and release all the stress from head to toe and immediately to regain your positive energy and to promote total healing effect.

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We also have CHROMA LIGHT STEAM BATH THERAPY which immerses our bathing environment in stunning hues of red, blue, green, orange, and other colors to enhance our vapor bathing experience. Each mood lighting system leverages the power of color light therapy to invoke and stimulate the senses, body, and mind. Colors are believed to play a role in establishing and balancing energy in the body. Color bathing is used to help foster physical, mental, and emotional benefits to help us live a healthier life. Research suggests regular exposure to colored light can affect our mood, energy levels, destress, and ability to sleep well.

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We also have the HIMALAYAN SALT SAUNA which releases negatively charged ions which serve to purify the circulating air as well as allow our bodies to reap health benefits including stress reduction, energy increases, and mood boosts at a biochemical level. Containing at least 84 naturally occurring trace elements in their natural mineral form, the benefits of Halotherapy. Other benefits of Himalayan Salt Sauna are regulating the water content in the body, achieve a healthy pH balance, regulate blood sugar, promote digestion, respiratory health, sinus health, relieve muscle cramps, increase bone strength, promote sleep, enhance libido, vascular health, stabilizes blood pressure and reduces allergies.

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For HYDROBATH THERAPY – it works on the healing properties of its warm water with drops of pure essential oil combined with its mechanical relaxing water massage effects. Hydrotherapy makes use of the body’s reaction to the pressure exerted by the water to the sensation of the water itself. It is then vital in stimulating the immune system, improving circulation and digestion, influencing the production of stress hormones, lessening the body’s sensitivity to pain and encouraging the flow of blood.

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We also provide a medical wellness procedure which is the VITAMIN B THERAPY for stress relief. Vitamin B-12 and other B vitamins play a role in producing brain chemicals that affect mood and other brain functions. Low levels of B-12 and other B vitamins such as vitamin B-6 and folate may be linked to stress and depression. Taking adequate amounts of vitamin B12 can help reduce stress by promoting a healthy nervous system function. When the nervous system is functioning properly, the adrenal glands do not secrete as much cortisol which is the hormone produced during times of stress that causes a “fight or flight” response. While B-complex vitamin may help improve symptoms of depression or anxiety.

A proven clinical case study in 60 adults with stress and depression showed that treatment with a Vitamin B-complex for 60 days led to significant improvements in depression and anxiety symptoms compared to a placebo.

Vitamin B supplementation has been a popular option for strengthening the immune system, improving mood and relieving both mental and physical stress.

Let us at Ozmosis help you to become healthier and generate more positive energy. 

Make an appointment with us to experience complete healing and destress therapy.