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Today’s fast-paced world leaves many of us stressed, tired and with many aches and pains. Below are some reasons why regular message are beneficial for our well-being, both inside and out.
Committing to regular massages is a great tool for pain management. We can focus in on specific problem areas, as well as stiff muscles, and gradually loosen them with increasing blood circulation. These actions help alleviate pain tied to injuries, arthritis and a range of other conditions.
It’s a well-known fact that people with high levels of stress are more likely to get sick more often. This stress often leads to other negative side effects such as lack of sleep, a bad diet and a weakened immune system. Regular massage sessions help alleviate stress and, as a result, have been proven to naturally increase the immune system’s ability to fight off bacteria and infection.
Massage also plays an important role as a supplement to standard injury rehabilitation procedures. By encouraging circulatory movement and relaxing muscles, it helps the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs. This allows the rehabilitating injured area(s) to become more flexible and heal at an accelerated rate.
Everyone has caught themselves slouching over their desk or slumping in a chair at some point. This poor posture can cause a lot of tension in the back and neck which is no good for our body. Proper body alignment can help improve things like digestion and even breathing capacity.
The good news is bad posture can be corrected with regular massages. When you undergo treatment from your massage therapist you allow your body to begin to reintroduce healthier movements.
The massage itself will loosen the muscles and alleviate any pain caused by your bad posture. This will enable your body to position itself in its natural-and pain-free-posture. With ongoing massage the body will begin to naturally position itself in a healthy posture, steering clear of the bad posture that was previously second-nature.