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The Importance of Touch to Our Parents’ Health

Gift of touch

Touch has healing powers which can now be measured by doctors through laboratory tests. Touch can reduce pain and anxiety which practitioners believed promotes health and well-being.

As it is the Season of Love, one way to show our love to our parents is to give them the gift of touch.

This is important for our aging parents whose lives have been spent mostly working hard and taking care of us. There is no better way to make them feel appreciated than to give them what they truly deserved.

One can only do this when we get to visit them regularly while being sensitive to the state of their health.

As their age advance, along with it are common ailments such as muscle and joint pains and other discomforts that they must have been keeping from you while suffering them behind closed doors.

Through the healing power of touch using a natural and non-invasive pain relief techniques like massage will help them continue to enjoy life pain-free.

Give them a gentle massage using Pau Liniment, a quick and safe relief from mild to moderate pain problems while targeting layers of skin to reach target joints, muscle and connecting tissues. Unlike oral pain reliever, Pau Liniment allows the introduction of treatment directly to affected areas and works instantly where it hurts.

The healing power of touch through massage can likewise ease the tensions out of the muscles and joints, relieve stress and anxiety, among others.

Let us then show our parents and loved ones we care by reaching out to them despite the new normal, of people being disconnected by giving them time and physical intimacy through touch. Touch is an important connector in our life cycle and makes all of us better off mentally and physically.

“There is a primal reassurance in being touched, in knowing that someone else, someone close to you, wants to be touching you,” writes best-selling author Jim Butcher and added, “there is a bone-deep security that goes with the brush of a human hand, a silent, reflex-level affirmation that someone is near, that someone cares.”

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