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Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women

Jul 24, 2018

We all accumulate stress, especially if we’re extremely busy women. And sometimes that stress moves on to become chronic pain – or worse, strange symptoms pop up like a sudden inability to digest milk or stay asleep at night. The solution is as simple as doing stress relieving exercises a few times a week … as this guest will attest.

I interviewed manual therapist and bestselling author Sue Hitzmann after checking into the best way to relieve my own chronic neck tension – and am I glad I did. She’s a virtual font of wisdom on all things related to tension in the body and how to relieve it.

Some things I learned from Sue include:

  • Why so many of us are in chronic pain
  • How and why Sue created a ‘soft’ foam roller
  • Why her MELT Method only takes 10 minutes three times per week
  • Why healthy connective tissue is so important to your stress load
  • How you know when you’re on the path to chronic pain
  • The unexpected symptoms that spring from unresolved stress in the body
  • Why we need to care for our hands and feet especially

If you are tired of feeling tense and cranky, don’t miss this one!

Melt on Demand

Melt’s Soft Foam Roller

The Facebook Cellulite Challenge (FREE)

Sue’s treatments for hands and feet

Sue’s bunion treatment

The Melt Method Book

Melt Method Hand and Foot Treatment Kit


Sue Hitzmann is the creator of the MELT Method®, a simple self-treatment technique that helps people get out and stay out of chronic pain. A nationally recognized educator, manual therapist, exercise physiologist, and founding member of the Fascia Research Society, Sue is the author of the New York Times bestselling book The MELT Method, which has been translated into eight languages and helped over 200,000 people lead a healthy, pain-free life.