Surprising Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy isn’t a hard sell to most. It comes down stacked with a list of impressive benefits for that body. Some of the more commonly known ones include reduced heartbeat, lowered blood pressure, increased blood flow and lymph flow, relaxed muscles, improved flexibility and increased endorphins.

Massage therapy is also known to decrease and relieve a variety of conditions. Clients often report lessened or relieved the signs of arthritis, asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, circulatory problems, gastrointestinal problems, headaches, immune function disorders, insomnia, pain, stress and temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

Benefits of Massage:

Stress Relief:
Lowers heartbeat and blood pressure, relaxes muscles, and increases endorphins.

Encourages Relaxation:
Improves mental outlook, enhances calm and inventive thinking, and reinforces positive attitude.

Improves Posture:
Relaxing and loosening the muscles made sore by poor posture allows the body to position itself in a natural and pain-free posture.

Decreases low back pain:
Your massage therapist can help to relieve that pesky back pain through easing the muscles. Making more flexibility in your back also permits you the opportunity to strengthen your core muscles.

Boosts defense mechanisms:
Most massage therapists are been trained in stimulating lymph nodes to promote healing and enhance your immune system.

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