Stress is wear and tear on body and soul, with very di­rect im­pact on one's phys­i­cal health.

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“I have been to many spas but the best ones are al­ways with ther­a­pists who lis­ten to your needs and cre­ate a menu spe­cific to how you feel that day ac­cord­ing to your body be it tense mus­cles, dry skin etc. Good ser­vice trumps fa­cil­ity of­fer­ings any­time for me.” - LY­DIA LIM

There­fore, it’s per­haps bet­ter not to think of spas as an in­dul­gence – though they be by na­ture, in­dul­gent – but rather as up­keep for the body. Mod­er­ate work stress with oc­ca­sional spa vis­its to keep stress in check, and main­tain a healthy men­tal pos­ture to tackle the many chal­lenges at the of­fice. The choice of treat­ment is a more sec­ondary con­sid­er­a­tion, a de­ci­sion to be made at leisure.

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