November 21st, 2017
Some people think massage is a simple indulgence, but it is a great tool for overall health and well-being. Massages are known to ease pain and help with inflammation while reducing stress and anxiety. Massage affects the virtual system, either directly or indirectly.
Massage Therapy can reduce the symptoms of your current medical ailments and improve your overall health. Here, I want to talk about how your body can reap the advantages of a massage.
1.The Skeletal System: Bone gets affected indirectly by massage. Massages increase the blood circulation, which brings oxygen and nutrients to the bones. Massage gives stiffness and pain can be reduced. Once muscle becomes flexible, joint movement improves.
2.The Nervous System: Massage brings invigorating effects to the entire nervous system, which improves emotional mechanisms and controlling anxiety. Massage can relax and stimulate nerves depending upon treatment. Massage releases spasms of tissues around the spinal cord, which can take the strain off of nervous system.
3.The Muscular System: Massage increases blood and nutrition supply without adding lactic acid (lactic acid results in muscular fatigue or cramps). Massage relaxes voluntary muscles, breaks up scar tissues and adhesions.
4.The Respiratory System: Massage promotes your respiratory system by normalizing your breathing through the release of tension in your breathing structures. Relieves congestion in your lungs and increases the actions of your heart, which helps to flush out wastes. Massage also helps to reduce asthma symptoms and promotes less difficulty in breathing.
5.The Digestive System: Massage indirectly normalizes digestive function by normalizing automatic nervous system. Enhances tone of intestines, stimulates peristalsis, which can give relief to constipation and diarrhoea and stimulates digestive organs to improve digestion. Massage can aid in the absorption of fat.
6.The Endocrine System: Massage increases circulation in the endocrine system, which helps in transportation of hormones. Massage affects the immune system indirectly, so hormones produce lymphocytes to aid in immunization. Normalizes endocrine activity through balancing effect on ANS.
7.The Integumentary System (Skin): Massage helps in vitality and elasticity of skin, eliminates dead cells, It relaxes entire body.
When massage therapy is regularly incorporated into your life, it gives you more benefits.
What are some other benefits that you have experienced? Let us know in the comments below!