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How to Relax in the Dentist's chair
1. Make sure your dentist/ hygenist knows about your fears. Saying it outloud and having the person treating you react sympathetically can be a big help
2. Relax your muscles - fear makes people tense their muscle and this activates their pain receptors even more. Use deep breathing to relax your body before and during treatment.
3. Use imagination techniques - imagine yourself in a completely different and positive location such as an exotic beach or on holiday. Try and keep yourself focused on those images to distract yourself.
4. If your fears are very extreme, you could ask for some kind of low level sedation to help you cope with the treatment.
Tattoos can be a wonderful way of expressing art on the body, but you should always make sure you use a reputable tattoist and follow some basic health and safety guidelines if you want it to be a positive experience.
Just like with any cosmetic surgery, you should make sure that you choose your tattoo studio carefuly. Once you have a tattoo done on your body, it's not something that can be easily removed so make your choices wisely.
Yes, tattoos can be very painful but it's not a pain that is unbearable and everyone reacts differently. Your attitude to pain and how relaxed you are feeling will greatly affect the outcome.
The skill of the artist definitely has some bearing on the amount of pain you'll feel. An experienced tattoo artist will know how far they need to be pushing the needle to get the effect that they want.
You may be offered a numbing cream but these don't work beyond the top level of skin and as tattoos are done on the second layer of skin, these creams really don't do much to help.
In summary - yes tattoos do hurt but so does waxing and having your eyebrows plucked. Just make sure that you trust your tattoo artist and that you are relaxed.
Well an old remedy is to put a box of opened arm and hammer baking soda in the freezer and fridge to keep it from having bad odors.If that doesn't work you can try some charcoal it is perfect for absorbing odor, just don't use the matchlight kind or it will smell like lighter fluid.
Make sure you wash the refrigerator and freezer with a baking soda and water solution.
Then, place a few charcoal briquets in the fridge and freezer areas. The charcoal will absorb odors. It works wonders.
In one month, you can remove the briquets and scrape the outer layer off to renew the usefulness of the charcoal.
The unit and the nozzle have to be taken apart and cleaned. You almost for sure will need a new HEPA and possibly even the motor cooling filter. There is a lot of dust inside that got moist (moisture in the air,vacuuming wet carpet, maybe you have pets or everything together)
It will require a bit more advanced skills but you do not have to be a vacuum repair professional to do this.
Avoid rough or sudden movements as you cover and uncover the different areas of the body.Make sure you place the towel gently and avoid abrupt movements that might be disturbing to someone in a relaxed state.