From the numbers I've been coming across.. It’s estimated that one in every three to four US adults has high blood pressure (HBP).
Blood pressure is determined by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. When these arteries become constricted, the heart has to work much harder to circulate blood throughout the rest of the body (high blood pressure). That over-working of the heart leads to heart attacks, strokes, heart disease, aneurysms, and kidney issues.
The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your arteries, the higher your blood pressure.
Once high blood pressure develops, it usually lasts a lifetime. Most of the time, people go on with their daily routines not knowing they have high blood pressure because HBP (the Silent Killer) tends to not show any signs or symptoms.
Work now to prevent, treat, and control high blood pressure by making some healthy lifestyle changes.
Stay active, reducing sodium/salt intake, and maintaining a healthy body weight. Oh, I forgot to tell you smoking can damage your blood vessels and raise your risk for HBP…
As a barber, it is very important that you practice Proper Posture while performing your barber services. Bad posture will tire your back, decrease productivity, and shorten the lifespan of your career.
Some factors that lead to barbers using bad posture techniques are
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Try this product as an after shave with a hot towel or fresh out of the shower. No sting, nice clean smell.
Apply lotion to shaved area once every 12 hours for the first 36 hours following the shave.
Beneficial medical properties when Tea Tree Oil is applied topically, include -
Shave bumps caused by hair can be divided into two types -
The extrafollicular hair is a hair that has exited the follicle and reentered the skin.
The transfollicular hair never exits the follicle, but because of its naturally curly nature curls back into the follicle causing fluid build-up and irritation.
Shaving sharpens the hair ends, making it easier for them to penetrate the skin.
Watch what you eat. A lot of skin irritations may subside if certain foods are avoided. Fatty foods, foods containing oils, cholesterol and sodium, can make your skin more susceptible to damage while shaving.
Most importantly, you MUST keep your hands out of your face! We do everything with our hands from opening public doors to shaking hands.
No matter the case, germs are most commonly transferred by hand.. Don't be your biggest road block to smooth skin.
-Andrew L Davis III