All this sounds great and you seem to be finding the balance pretty well.
There are times when you feel stressed and you know that you need to make changes. Both in the way and in the pace you are moving.
There are 7 key benefits of regular massage that help keep this delicate balance in order.
7 Benefits of Regular Massage
Below you'll find 7 benefits of regular massage.
It's important that you get it done from a qualified massage therapist.
We can't stress this enough.
This will make the difference your results, and save you wasting time.
1. Massage to Reduce Pain
If you feel like the pain you are in is more than intense muscular tension, be sure to seek guidance from your General Practitioner.
Alternatively book in to our Chiropractic services for a comprehensive assessment. This will give you the peace of mind in identifying what is going on.
You will also have a personalised treatment plan implemented.
2. Massage Decreases Stress & Anxiety
3. Massage decreases Blood Pressure
Studies have shown that short touch is effective in immediately lowering blood pressure. Combine this with relaxed muscles, improved circulation and reduced anxiety.
All induced by massage, treatments keep your blood pressure under control.
The more relaxed you are, along with a good diet and exercise, Massage is very helpful.
4. Massage Improves Circulation
The strokes of massage hydrate your muscles by pumping blood into and through them. Massage not only promotes vascular circulation but also lymphatic.
This helps decrease any swelling and bloating. It can also be very beneficial in revitalising tired swollen legs after flying. This is also helpful after long endurance activity.
5. Massage builds Immunity
When you improve circulation and get your blood and lymph pumping, you are flushing out toxins. You are thus stimulating a natural detoxification effect.
This in turn is one benefit that helps strengthen your immune system naturally.
6. Massage helps your Sports Recovery
Massage is widely utilised and accepted as a suitable form of treatment, in sport.
The jury is still out on whether Massage helps ease Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS).
Commonly massage is used pre and post event. It helps flush and in recovery to break down fibres and adhesions.
Over all this promotes the athlete feeling better and getting them back out training. Massage can also help prevent possible injury forming.
7. Quality of Life
There is plenty of supportive evidence to show that Massage makes you feel good! We've shown you that it assists with pain control and it improves quality of sleep. Massage also reduces depressive symptoms.