Massage offers real health benefits, so much so that some conventional hospitals are making them a standard therapy for their patients.
Along with promoting relaxation and improving your sense of well-being, getting a massage has been shown to:
1 Relieve pain from migraines, labor, and fibromyalgia
2 Boost your level of alertness and attention
3 Help your immune system to defend against illness
4 Reduce stress, anxiety and depression, and ease
5 Decrease symptoms of PMS
If you've never had a professional massage before, it will likely only take you one viset to understand why they're becoming so popular: they feel great!
This is because massage affects the nervous system through nerve endings in the skin, stimulating the release of endorphins, the body's natural "feel good" chemicals.
Massage is one of the oldest and simplest forms of medical care used to ease pain and anxiety, and massage has profound health benefits.
Massages, even between you and your significant other, can be an excellent addition to your healthy lifestyle.
Stronger massage stimulates blood circulation to improve the supply of oxygen and nutrient to body tissues and helps the lymphatic system to flush away waste products. It eases tense and knotted muscles and stiff joints, improving mobility and flexibility.
In addition to the benefits listed above, massage can:
1 Stimulate the lymph system against toxic invaders
2 Provide arthritis relief by increasing joint flexibility
3 Reduce recovery time for strenuous workouts and
eliminate subsequent pains of the athlete at any level
4 Reduce post-surgery adhesions and edema and educe
and realign scar tissue after healing has occurred
5 Contribute to shorter labor and reduce tearing for
There are many reasons to come for massage.
Many clients come for relaxation, stress release, neck or shoulder pain, back pains, stiffness, and headaches.
Massage can relieve sore and tired muscles, speeds recovery, improves flexibility and more.
For the elderly massage therapy may be the only source of exercise they receive.
Why not experience the benefits for yourself?