Ahhhsome Relaxation is a Stress Reduction, Relaxation and Wellness Center that provides relaxation, stress relief and other health benefits to our members, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through a variety of therapies that we have brought together from around the world. Ahhhsome Relaxation’s unique concept and affordable structure allows us to provide critical services to our members at times that are both convenient to them and when they are most needed. Enjoy the benefits of massage, red light therapy, infrared heat, Halotherapy and other therapies that will help you to de-stress, relax and improve your health.
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Stress: The Silent Killer. Stress is a state of tension that is created when a person responds to the demands and pressures that come from work, family and other external sources, as well as those that are internally generated from self-imposed demands, obligations and self-criticism.
Stress is both additive and cumulative. It adds up over time until a state of crisis is reached and symptoms appear. These symptoms may manifest themselves psychologically as irritability, anxiety, impaired concentration, mental confusion, poor judgment, frustration and anger. Common physical symptoms of stress include: muscle tension, headaches, low back pain, insomnia and high blood pressure. Untreated, these symptoms may lead to physical illness and sometimes death. Continual stress also takes a toll on the body's immune system, causing frequent colds and other illnesses. Psychologically, stress can lead to depression, anxiety and even panic attacks.
Stress is a major contributing factor either directly or indirectly, to coronary artery disease, cancer, respiratory disorders, accidental injuries, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide; the six leading causes of death in the United States. Stress aggravates other conditions such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, herpes, mental illness, alcoholism, drug abuse, and family discord and violence. In fact, an estimated 75 to 90 percent of visits to health care providers are due to stress-related conditions