Floating and Beauty Benefits
People's problems usually consist of being worried or dissatisfied with how they look and feel.
Tension plays a big part in this affecting even the appearance of the skin. "Any noticeable skin disorder should be regarded as stress related until proven otherwise" says, well known author, Dr. Andrew Weil.
Scientists are also studying the link between emotional stress and wrinkles. Based on a finding by Dr. George Murphy, Professor of Dermatology and Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania, there is some evidence that tension can trigger mast cells located beneath the skin surface resulting in decrease elasticity and thus deeper facile lines.
"After all, if stress can bring forth unwanted changes such as premature graying of hair, wouldn't it promote wrinkles?" asks Dr. Murphy.
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