Published On: Thu, Feb 22nd, 2018

4 Places To Go and Feel Better

There are going to be times when you just want to feel better. You just want to recharge. You just want to shake off the anxiety and the bad vibes that daily life can throw at you. And that’s when you have to have a list of places that you can go just to feel good about yourself again.

A few of these places might include medical spas, massage parlors, places with sensory deprivation tanks, or perhaps even a silent retreat. It all depends on how much money you have, how much time you have, and what your underlying preference and motivations are going to be.

photo/ Jürgen Rübig

Medical Spas

If you choose to go to a medical spa, you can expect slightly more scientific treatment than in other places. You might get a facial treatment that is geared toward your body chemistry. You could get a skin peel of some sort. Maybe you want to get Botox. Or perhaps you’re looking for some other nonsurgical method to either give you instant gratification or improve the aesthetics of your body. Medical spas are great places to go to get legitimate, mainstream treatments that will make you feel better.

Massage Parlors

For some people, getting a massage is what they need. They need to feel human hands on their body getting rid of all of those tight spots that cause pain during the day or at night. When you get a great massage, you should leave feeling awesome about yourself, and all of your muscles should feel loose, warm, and comfortable. If you get to go to the same masseuse several times, that extended and consistent treatment can have a huge positive effect on your attitude and your feelings of health.

Sensory Deprivation Tanks

As an alternative way to check in with your inner self, you could get into a sensory deprivation chamber of some sort. This is less about your body and more about your mind. Once you get into one of the tanks, you can let your mind wander and reset all of your anxious thoughts. Without having to worry about any pressure on any part of your body or your nervous system, the worries of the world just melt away.

Silent Retreats

For people with a little bit of extra time or money, going on a silent retreat may be just the ticket to feeling better. These retreats aren’t necessarily available everywhere, so you may have to travel a little way to get one but, you’d be amazed at how much of the healing process it can be not to have to speak to anyone for a period. Silence can be absolutely golden, and if you leave all of your other distractions at home as well, you can ensure that you come back feeling wonderful.

Author: Anna Johansson

photo courtesy of Greenberg Health


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