Why Do People Get a Massage?
If you’re stressed out and have sore muscles like 80% of the US population and you think the only thing you can do is take pain medications, the good news is that there are other solutions like massage therapy that can help you in the short and long term.
Massage and reflexology go hand in hand (and foot) Massage therapy has been around for centuries and it’s easy to understand why; it feels great! Anyone who has had a massage, even if it was just a foot rub, knows that.
What you most likely didn’t know, however, is that a full body massage benefits more areas of your life than just relaxing sore muscles or relieving tension. Massage therapy has multiple benefits for nearly everyone! Whether you are a cancer patient looking for relief from nausea or you simply need stress relief, massage therapy can improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
The benefits of a weekly massage include helping to calm the central nervous system, improving blood circulation, and offering superior stress relief. You will definitely get the most health benefits from regular massages.
Most people might find that massages twice a month are sufficient to help them relax and reduce stress.
Generally speaking, most people will benefit from a weekly massage session. The truth is, however, that many people simply don’t have the time or the funds to enjoy the benefits of a weekly massage session, so they wait until they feel pain or are feeling extremely stressed.
It would be more beneficial to schedule massages as often as you can, as opposed to waiting until you are ready to implode from anxiety or stress or before pain begins to take a toll on the body.
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