Healing Properties - The Dead Sea


This is a must visit place while touring around ISRAEL. The experience of just floating naturally is amazing. My mate Tad and I covered ourselves in the mineral-rich black Dead Sea mud then floated in the salty waters at the beaches of Crown Plaza which line the shores of the Dead Sea. 

The Dead Sea mud made our skin feel silky smooth. It was absolute paradise. The warm, blue waters are almost crystal clear with breathtaking views of the mountains of Jordan. The Dead Sea also called the Salt Sea, is a salt lake bordering Jordan to the east, and Israel to the west. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on the surface of the earth (400 M below sea level) and is unique due to its high concentrations of salts and minerals. The high concentrations of salt in the water allows you to float naturally.

Healing Powers of the Dead Sea

Cleopatra knew about the healing properties of the Dead Sea thousands of years ago. Today, people still seek the same benefits from the unique solar and mineral properties found only in the Dead Sea. This includes long-lasting relief from conditions like psoriasis, asthma and arthritis. 

Get Your Mud On

The black Dead Sea mud with its antiseptic qualities is primarily known for its beneficial minerals that leave your skin silky smooth and hydrated. This invigorating therapeutic body treatment leaves you rejuvenated and relaxed.

Dead Sea Salt

The healing properties of the Dead Sea salts are beneficial for people seeking relief from rheumatologic disorders (disorders of the joints, muscles, and ligaments), hives, skin irritations (cracked and dry skin), insomnia, psoriasis, stress, and muscle aches.

Air 02 and Water H20

Below stony mountains and steep canyons lies the Dead Sea which is hyper salinated water containing an array of chloride salts and minerals such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium and bromine. The Dead Sea has proven scientific health properties resulting from a hot climate & enriched atmosphere.  It is an ideal natural therapy bringing tens of thousands of people from all over the world to reinvigorate, unwind and recover from skin disorders & joint diseases.


How to Be a Happier Man

Be Happy

Happiness is the ultimate thing we all strive for. However, we always want something that we don’t or can’t have, and that is why being happy in the moment is of crucial importance. They say that happiness lies in the little things, and we gladly indulge in all the things that make us happier for at least a day. And that’s not bad – in the breaks of pursuing the ultimate happiness, regardless of what it is, we should try to make ourselves as happy as we can. Take a look at these tips on how to be (at least a bit) happier.

Pamper yourself

One of the examples of instant happiness is pampering yourself. That means finding something you like that makes you feel relaxed or happy, and going for it. No matter if it’s reading a good book, going to the movies or watching TV while drinking a glass of expensive wine – just forget about the work-related things you should be doing, and do something for yourself instead. Another good option is booking a M2M Massage Melbourne. You can choose among Remedial Massage Melbourne, Relaxation Massage Melbourne or Deep Tissue Massage Melbourne, and you will definitely feel better afterwards. Being selfish from time to time is not a bad thing – you should always come first and do the things that you feel like doing.

Have more sex

Having sex once a week makes a person happier than having sex once a month. According to a study, the more sex a couple has over the course of six months, the stronger their relationship is six months later. That means that sex doesn’t only make us happier in the actual moment of performing it, nor the day after, but it can be a source of happiness in the months to come, as well. Saying that sex makes us feel good is stating the obvious, but we’re somehow unaware of the long-term benefits of having it regularly. The research team that conducted the study cited above said: “Sex seems not only beneficial because of its physiological or hedonic effects, but because it promotes a stronger and more positive connection with the partner.”


Nothing can make us more self-satisfied than seeing that our body is becoming more and more fit and that our figure is getting better than ever. And it would be quite difficult to achieve this without some exercise. That is why you should get a gym membership or buy appropriate fitness equipment for a home gym and start working those muscles. However, you need to know that this happiness will not come all of a sudden – starting to work out can be daunting at first, and you might encounter certain moments of laziness, but once you see the results, you will definitely feel way happier. Be devoted and hard-working – that is the main key to achieving this.


Not only is traveling good because it broadens our horizons and we learn more about a certain culture and people, it’s very beneficial for our well-being as well. It doesn’t matter if it’s a business trip, a holiday with your family or friends, or simply a weekend getaway – traveling provides us with many new experiences and memories that we will cherish, self-confidence, and most importantly, a break from our daily routine that we need, oh, so very much. This also results in a detox from all the social media, you learn to appreciate your home and it will definitely give you a break from your job. In order to have a unique experience that will make you even happier and more satisfied, you can try to browse the most unusual places to see which will not break the bank, and see things that not many people from your vicinity have.

Leave work at work

It’s easier said than done, but according to Harvard Business Review, not thinking about work after the workday ends is crucial for your mental well-being and the relationship with the members of your family. The most important thing is that you really decide to do this, and decide not to answer any work-related phones (unless your office is in flames, of course). Another, simpler, way that you could do this is by introducing the “Amish Hour”. This means that you should stay away from your phone, or any other electronic appliance or gadget for at least an hour, and enjoy the small things life has to offer – such as books, communicating with your friends or taking a walk in nature. Nature can really do wonders for your happiness so the next time you have a weekend off, make sure to hit the nearest mountain and spend as much time as you can there.

Happiness lies in the small things. At least, that is the happiness that we can easily have if only we realized what the things that make us happy were. Think only about yourself from time to time; give yourself whatever you want – shop, go out, drink. As we already said, being a bit selfish is not that bad.

Peter is a health writer at Essential Men's Clinic blog. Follow Peter on Twitter for more tips