According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS), the number of face and neck lifts performed in the United States has gone up 44% since 2010. In addition, the use of non-surgical skin tightening treatments has also gone up about 40% during the last 5 years. With the convenience of outpatient treatments that are performed in the doctor’s office and require little to no recovery time, it is not surprising that these non-surgical tightening and rejuvenation treatments have become so popular.
Have you ever felt that stabbing pain to the bottom of your heel when taking the first few steps after getting out of bed or sitting for a long time? You probably have plantar fasciitis or heel spur syndrome.
The goal of facial enhancement is always to mimic natural beauty and youth. With the advances of fillers, botox and non-surgical skin tightening devices it is no surprise why they are so popular. The surgical facelift has been around for more than 100 years however, newer techniques and approaches, such as blending and filling (more than just pulling), have continuously improved the overall results.
For most participants, Pilates is safe enough to do every day and it is recommended that beginners do so in order to obtain the desired rhythm and develop consistency. Once comfortable with the movements, you may want to take advice from Joseph Pilates himself who said, “I recommend four times a week.” Sounds like sage advice.