Dr. Yomi Garnett

Freelance Article Writer & Book Writer

Location:Bronx, New York, United States
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Hello. My name is Dr. Yomi Garnett. I am an accomplished ghostwriter. I am also author of three books of my own, two of which were published in the United States.
I speak and write English with proficient fluency. I am also capable of working at at an incredible speed, being someone who is able to conduct literary research with with a rare acumen and accuracy.
Additionally, I blog prolifically on my facebook community page, and on my personal blog. I understand that I will have no authorship rights to writing jobs. I also agree that you will not tolerate plagiarism.
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WRITING SAMPLE : An article written for the in-house magazine of a Spa and Fitness Center. OBJECTIVE: To extol the virtues of Hydrotherapy.


Hot baths can do more than keep you clean. Warm baths have for centuries been traditional methods of healing amongst the Greeks, Romans, Chinese and Japanese. The recuperative and healing properties of a hot bath are based on its mechanical and thermal effects.
Generally, heat relaxes and soothes the body, slowing down the activity of internal organs. Cold, in contrast, stimulates and invigorates, increasing internal activity. If your muscles are tensed, and you are anxious, a hot bath will soothe you. So, if you were extremely exhausted and drained of all energy, for instance, you might take a hot bath, followed by a quick, brisk and invigorating shower, to help stimulate your mind and body. One might perhaps conclude that it’s all a question of experimenting to determine what water method best suits one. The goal, however, must always be to use water therapy, otherwise technically called hydrotherapy, to achieve a state of comfort, relaxation and refreshment.
Water has a special utility in achieving stress-relief and body rejuvenation. It invigorates blood circulation in the skin and muscles. It has a calming effect on the endocrine system, stomach, heart and lungs by stimulating nerve reflexes in the spinal cord. When you submerge yourself in a bath, you experience some form of weightlessness, and your body is spared the constant pull of gravity. Water also has a hydrostatic effect, since it gives a massage-like feeling as the water gently kneads your body. When water is in a twirling motion, it stimulates touch receptors on the skin, boosting blood circulation and easing the spasm of muscles. The more the water is in motion; the higher is its stress-relieving benefit. That is why a whirlpool bath is infinitely more effective in relieving stress than a still water bath.
Let us experiment briefly. Run hot water into your bath tub, maintaining the temperature at a hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Sprinkle some Epsom salt into the water, following up with a liberal dose of bath oil and scented bubble bath. Now, soak yourself in the bath for an hour, following which you should step briskly under a cold shower for only ten minutes. Welcome to a new and invigorated you!
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