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Another look at Michael Joo's That Which Just Evaporates All Around Us (2016). The work is composed of a speaker placed in a block of frozen and compacted sawdust from Sapelo Island, off the coast of the state of Georgia. As it slowly thawed and broke down over the past few weeks, it brought to mind Bernardo Bellotto's The Ruins of the Kreuzkirche in Dresden (1765). The wonderful Richard Wollheim wrote an article about Bellotto for Modern Painters in 2001 and I still remember (or almost remember) that he described the painting as the depiction of 'a building in pain'. #michaeljoo#bernardobellotto#pain
Get on a bike or go for a walk because you never know where it could take you. I'm super #happy with my #bicycle delivery job. I feel so lucky and blessed. I remember just a few years ago when I got up and walked around the block. I just kept moving and moving. I still have a lot of health problems. My #tongue pain is so bad. Without all my #biking my quality of life would be hard to embrace. It hurts so bad right now, it's hard not to be consumed by the pain, but 5 minutes on my bike and I stop noticing and focusing on the #pain and just ride as hard as I can until it hurts. It's a good pain. Enjoy your life #LetsBeEpicTogether#GoodPain
No seriously, stop!! What’s the most common thing we do when we sprain an ankle or strain a muscle.........we ice!! For decades this has been the go to method to quickly fix our injuries.
Ice is good for one thing - pain.
But......most people tend to use ice to reduce swelling or aid quicker recovery.
Our bodies natural process of healing is to swell up so in most circumstances, swelling is actually a good thing to have. The body is in protection mode and the swelling is playing it’s part to shut down muscles and limit movement.
Our main goal is still to get rid of the swelling but in a more natural way.
Injured muscles love heat and movement. Helping to promote more blood flow to the injured site is vital to aid in healing.
All icing will do is numb the injured area and stop all the good white blood cells from accessing it.
So next time you strain a muscle or roll an ankle, try not to use ice and heal yourself with natural movements.