3) Relaxing massages
A relaxing massage is a good idea to release muscle tension and reduce stress after a long workday. An hour or two away from your desk can revitalize your mind and body, leaving you ready to tackle the challenges associated with starting another busy day.
A good massage therapist can provide relief from stress, anxiety, and insomnia. In addition, they can help ease pressure points that trigger pain upon walking, neck pain, back pain, and more. If you are not accustomed to receiving massages, it’s recommended that you message the same therapist each time for better results because you can slowly build a connection of trust with the same person, and they will get to know the technique you like the most.
Your health insurance or membership plan can cover massages provided by an experienced, licensed massage therapist. However, you can also ask for a massage from a friend or use a foam roller or another device to give yourself a break from work.