How to deal with the flu after a massage

When I went to the doctor for a flu checkup, I was met with a woman who told me she had been “spending the night” at a massage parlor, “so tired, sore, and cold,” that she needed to get a room cleaned up.

That’s when I knew I needed to take a break from the routine and find a better way to cope with the virus.

I was lucky to have a friend who had an old room to go into and I got to learn from her the techniques that I needed, so I made the call to the spa.

I also made the decision to skip the “gastrointestinal” checkup to take care of my cold.

I spent about a month feeling fine and I’m now feeling great.

I went home and got to relax and relax.

I even learned how to massage myself.

It’s hard to know what you are doing when you are tired, and this helps you focus on what you need to focus on.

My advice: If you’re feeling cold or have symptoms of the flu, seek out a local massage or physical therapy facility.

You may need a room to stay in or a place to stay to stay.

You’ll be treated with care and support from your doctor and staff.