Oh how we love the way the sun feels, but oh how we hate what it does… sun damaged skin! 

Yes, the sun does make flowers bloom and trees grow, but flora was designed for that purpose.

Human skin on the other hand, was not designed to withstand the effects of prolonged exposure to the sun, especially lighter skin.

The Sun’s Damaging Effects on Skin

But if feels sooo good, how much damage can the sun really do?

Watch the video : Joe Namath discusses HBOT for the treatment of TBI

With every breath we take in oxygen which is the most critical element every cell requires for life.

Although many consider Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy ‘revolutionary’, this treatment was actually created in 1662 in England. Since then, it has been widely embraced in the east (every hospital in Japan, and over 3000 clinics in China use HBOT). No wonder people from the East seem to age so well.

Foods are a huge part of dictating how we look and feel on the inside, which is a direct reflection of how we look on the outside. 

Top 5 Foods that are Good for Your Skin

Making sure that you are working hard to dictate your own beauty and health in the new year is why we put together this list.

#1 – Seafood = Calm and Moisturized Skin

Active components: Omega-3 fatty acids and zinc

Healthy Skin Benefits: Calm and moisturized skin

Most of us have heard that fish can be really good for our overall health but it is also one of the best foods for healthy skin.


What is Myofascial Release Therapy?

Myofascial Release Therapy (MFR) is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue (fascial system) restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. This essential gentle pressure applied slowly will allow the viscoelastic medium (fascia) to elongate and release.

Myofascial Release Therapy is a comprehensive way to treat the body in a holistic manner, by working to target and treat the cause or source of the problem.