Reasons Why to Get a Massage



Massage and All Its Benefits

8 Reasons Why to Get a Massage

BY ZRINKA BURDEN

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Known to have many benefits for our health, from our skin, blood circulation, heart and nervous system to our sleep and mental wellness- a massage truly does a lot of good to our body along with the feel-good experience. Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue, or Hot Stone massage is targeted to provide a therapeutic solution when we have symptoms of back tightness, migraine, neck or chronic pain. From clinics to malls, to casinos and airports - massage services are being provided all around us, and we should remember to schedule an appointment with a professional more often or for the first time.

Let’s remind ourselves why massage is good for us. Here are the main benefits:

Pain Relief

More than any other position, we spend most of our days sitting down, so back problems affecting people of all ages are not surprising. Massage sessions are most beneficial for people who are experiencing pain, body aches or recovering after surgery, but we should all make sure to get professional help as a prevention, not intervention when the back pain starts creeping.

 

Stress Reducer

Another unavoidable segment of our mundane and busy lifestyle is stress which causes so much unnecessary damage. A massage therapist can truly provide a peace-finding place where you’ll relax, be reminded to breathe.  A massage will keep your stress level where you can control it.

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Balances Wear and Tear after Fitness Activity

Professional athletes have testified numerous times about the benefits of a good sports massage after a long and exhausting training or a workout. It’s proven that massages help with lowering the inflammation of the muscles with almost the same effect that the anti-inflammatory drugs have on the body. Another plus benefit is that a message will enhance our exercise performance.

Helps with Emotional Disorders and Distress

Professional hands can help ease up the anxiety and depression and can play an important role in removing negative thoughts. Just a 30-minute massage a few times a week, with its relaxing effect, can help you create happy and healthy thoughts. 

Immunity Boost

With regular physical activity, our bodies are removing stress, blocking pain and infections, and producing feel-good hormones. A great partner to fitness is the massage and together both of the activities will help boost our immunity.

Helps with Insomnia

Sleep insufficiency is a serious condition because it can lead to dangerous traffic crashes, medical problems, industrial dangers etc. People suffering from insomnia who want to avoid sleeping pills are recommended to try getting massage therapy on a regular basis. The benefit of a message, for this problem, is that you will find the body relaxing and better able to restore your sleep pattern.

Improving Posture

Poor posture is a bad habit that can easily be improved with a help of a massage therapist. They are helping the body get healthy and restoring natural movements while rubbing and loosening the muscles. A massage can reinforce the body to get back in the right healthy position, and natural posture. With older adults, massages can also improve balance and the quality of life for those living in hospice care.

Improving Infant Growth, Sleep and Immunity

A simple baby massage is recommended by doctors because it helps with weight-gaining and making the muscle tissues stronger. When it comes to a baby’s sleep, massages can help soothe the baby, reduce cranky behavior and encourage peaceful sleeping.