A well-done massage session remains the number one aid in relaxation. And our modern times aren’t so relaxing and simple.
Do you know that approximately 80% of all disease is stress related? Unfortunately the physical body has not evolved as quickly as our modern society.
Our bodies respond to work deadlines, traffic jams, and other modern stressors as if we were running from a tiger or a mammoth. The problem lies in the fact that many of us have ongoing stress which continually creates imbalances in our body’s systems.
The good news is massage therapy can help bring your body back into balance. It calms the nervous system, relaxes the digestive tract, soothes aching muscles, relaxes the mind, and so much more. Massage is one of the oldest forms of preventive health maintenance dating back over 5000 years.
Sometime a massage is like an oasis of well-being in a busy day.
Let us help you stay balanced and healthy.
7 Healthy reasons to have a massage
1) It counteracts all that sitting you do
Many people are dealing with some kind of postural stress. Often the pain tends to manifest in the shoulders and neck.
Desk workers, beware. More advanced forms of postural stress “show up as pain or weakness in the low back and gluteals caused by prolonged periods of sitting.”
A relaxing massage can counteract the imbalance caused from sitting if you schedule a regular massage.
2) It eases the muscle pain
Got stiff muscles? Massage therapy can help. Massage increases and improves circulation.
A 2011 study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found that massage therapy is as effective as other methods of treatment for chronic back pain.
3) It soothes anxiety and depression
“Human touch, in a context that is safe, friendly and professional, can be incredibly therapeutic and relaxing,” says Tanason.
Many who were depressed and anxious were much more relaxed and happy, and had reduced stress levels after massage. Life starts to have more colours…
4) It improves sleep
Not only can massage encourage a restful sleep-it also helps those who can’t otherwise comfortably rest.
5) It boosts immunity
A 2010 study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that massage boosts patients’ white blood cell count (which plays a large role in defending the body from disease). Additionally, it also “improves immune function for individuals.
6) It relieves headaches
Next time a headache hits, try booking a last-minute massage and also drink plenty of water. The massage reduces the pression within blood and water hydrates.
Research from Granada University in Spain found that a single session of massage therapy immediately effects perceived pain in patients with chronic tension headaches.
7) Enhance self-confidence
By giving yourself some “me time” a massage session can help to accept your own physical shape, ignore the unhealthy self-talk about your body, reduce the stress caused by images of unrealistic beauty ideals, and even motivate individuals to practice healthy eating habits.
For many who have an unhealthy relationship with their bodies, the thought of someone touching their bulges, scars, loose skin, thin frame, or other perceived imperfections, and getting a massage seems like the last thing in the world they would want to do. In fact, massage therapists treat every body with respect and importance. Once clients understand this, they can become comfortable with their bodies, realizing that massage can make them feel good, and in turn, feel better about themselves.
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