The center helps you control and lower your cholesterol levels, shed excess weight, lower blood pressure and boost your energy. Apex gives personalized advice to their clients, depending on their age. This is because people of different ages have different metabolism rates, and other varying factors that must be taken into consideration. Employees are simply able to manage stress and perform better when they are relaxed, well-rested and free from anxiety. Corporate chair massage services can help create this kind of comfortable, satisfying, tranquil and productive environment that promotes maximum efficiency. Massage therapists can come to the office as frequently or sporadically as the employer requires, typically spending 15 to 20 minutes on each employee in an ergonomically designed chair. They will focus on accessible parts of the body, such as the arms, back, head, fingers, neck and shoulders. Since there is no need for employees to disrobe and no messy oils required, the massage therapist can be in and out without causing too much disruption to the office. In a matter of hours, everyone in the office will have received a massage and can return to work feeling energized and ready to give their all. It's truly a win-win for employers and employees in a high-stress corporate environment. This is a natural non-invasive treatment that combines science with nature. It is a comprehensive method on how to improve ones physical health. The center focuses on illness prevention. They also study cases on how to treat certain illnesses. They help people to stimulate the body that allows it to heal by itself. This study, a collaboration between the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario), involved a comparative analysis of muscle biopsies performed on several male athletes, with samples taken prior to exercise and following exercise. Using one leg as a control, the other leg was massaged; both legs were then biopsied after 10 minutes of massage treatment and again following a 2.5-hour rest period.