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Top 10 Spa Myths Revealed
By The Health Spa Guru on 20 May 2008

There are still so many spa myths standing in the way of spa enthusiasts today. Here are some of the top myths answered, so that you can carry on with what you enjoy best. Test your spa knowledge and see if you have been mislead into believing one of the 10 spa myths mentioned below.

1. Acupuncture is painful and risky

There is no pain involved in acupuncture. You may feel a slight pricking sensation when the needle is inserted, but a number of people do not even feel the needle. The needle is very fine like a hair with a rounded point. In very rare cases a tiny bruise can be left on the skin after the procedure. Disposable needles are used during treatments, therefore cutting out any risk involved. However, due to the fact that all individuals have a different makeup, a small percentage of the population may feel pain during acupuncture. Be careful choosing a qualified acupuncture practitioner before booking your first session.

2. You can catch skin diseases from tanning beds

This fear generated from the fact that many people lie nude in sun beds during their tanning sessions and have direct contact with the tanning bed. Tanning salons are however required by law to disinfect the liner in the tanning bed after each session. If you are concerned that this has not been done at your local salon, you are at liberty to question the salon or spa manager.

3. Sauna's cause hair loss

There is no direct evidence that suggests that individuals using saunas on a frequent basis are prone to premature hair loss or balding. The heat in the sauna ought to aid in increasing circulation in the body which in turn should aid in the promotion of both hair growth and health. Of course, if you increase the heat setting way above the recommended heat setting for the sauna you may experience some problems. You can always wrap a damp cloth around your hair and rub conditioner in your hair before going into the sauna if you would like to ensure that your hair stays moisturized.

4. You have to be naked during a spa treatment

This is not true. There are a number of treatments that can be performed fully clothed or in your costume. It is best to ask your spa therapist before booking your spa treatment. Although some spa treatments are done with minimal clothing on, spa therapists make certain to respect your privacy and keep you comfortable at all times. Therapists often leave the room when you remove your clothes for a treatment and wait for you to cover yourself with a towel before reentering the room. Alternatively, the therapist will lift a towel up to shade you while you lie down and cover yourself with a towel. Special towel techniques are also used throughout treatments so that the only area of your body that is exposed is the section of the body with which they are working on.

5. Real men do not go to spas

The spa industry as well as worldwide ideals have changed drastically in the last couple of years. The increase in men visiting spas has increased profoundly in the past few years and is continuing to grow at a rapid pace. Male specific treatments have been designed with the male in mind and the spa has become a place for men to spend some quality time relaxing with their loved ones. Bachelor parties at spas have also become the new trend, while men start to realize the importance of self-nurturing and the fact that spas can be both enjoyable and masculine in nature.

6. Botox can cause permanent facial paralysis

This is not true. Botox can cause temporary muscle paralysis. However, this muscle paralysis usually only lasts 6 months as the substance is broken down by the body during this period of time. You would need to be injected by large doses of the substance if you were to experience severe side effects. Nevertheless, Botox should only be administered by a professional. Booking a session with an unqualified therapist could leave you at risk.

7. Anti-age treatments are gimmicks

Anti-Ageing products used in treatments usually provide skin protecting and nourishing ingredients such as: antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, SPF and skin nourishing oils. This ingredient is highly beneficial to the skin by providing it with all the ingredients that it needs to stay healthy, consequently preventing ageing from the sun, pollution or from lack of moisture and nutrients. Anti-age treatments can definitely assist in preventing premature ageing of the skin and keeping the skin more healthy and elastic. Of course, you cannot expect one treatment to do the trick; this treatment process needs to be an ongoing preventative treatment.

8. Spa holidays are boring and for lazy people

Spa holidays can be as active or as relaxed as you would like. Numerous spa resorts offer spa exercise programs such as Reiki, Pilates, Yoga and water aerobics to name a few. Specialized treatment programs can be arranged for you depending on your needs and requirements. Some spa resorts are positioned near ski resorts where you can enjoy the active lifestyle on the slopes and then retreat into the spa for some muscle relaxation. Depending on what spa you go to, there are diverse treatments and facilities available for both the active and those wanting to relax. Whether you want to lose weight, increase fitness, relax or experience something new, you can definitely find it at one of the many spas listed worldwide.

9. Reflexology is not safe for pregnant women

Reflexology helps balance the body by aiding the body to seek its own equilibrium. Reflexology cannot make the body do something that it does not want to do. It merely facilitates in the process as a guide. Therefore any fears regarding miscarriage or damage to the baby or fetus are most definitely inaccurate. Reflexology would in fact be a wonderful treatment to incorporate into one's lifestyle during pregnancy. Not only will it assist the body in healing and balancing itself but it will relax the mother and in turn also relax the baby.

10. You have to be extremely agile and flexible to practice yoga

Anyone can practice yoga. Although some yoga postures are more complex and more difficult to perform, you do not have to be able to master these poses when you first start practicing the art. Yoga instructors select poses suited to your body and that will benefit you the most. These poses would have just as good effect on your body and mind as any of the other more advanced poses. You will be able to notice benefits from your yoga poses whether you are at a beginner or advanced yoga level.

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