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The Benefits of Full Body Therapeutic Massage
Relief of stress and tension held within the muscles and mind
Increased blood circulation in the body
Improvement of posture and flexibility
Helps with the rehabilitating of injuries and aides the Lymphatic system to ride the body of toxins
In many cases a massage can help soothe with pain relief
As you relax during a massage session, your nervous system enters a relaxed and assimilate mode. If your body has areas of pain and built-up stress and tension, it may be the result of tight muscles causing pressure on nerves. A therapeutic massage may relieve some of this muscular tissue tension.
A relaxed nervous system means that hormone production will stabilize. The body’s production of stress hormones such as corticosteroids (LDL) decreases, as ‘feel good’ hormones like endorphins increase.
Hormones that regulate sleep/wake cycles, menstrual cycles, immune cells, blood sugar, and even how much food you eat, all react positively to the relaxation that accompanies a full-body massage.
The human body’s muscle cells can be compared to sponges – when they are massaged, blood and lymph fluid are forced out, and fresh blood reenters bringing fresh nutrition, oxygen, and immune cells.
Muscle and Lymphatic System Benefits
A full body massage stimulates your nervous system. The friction and pressure created during a massage will stimulates your muscles, organs, and glands. These movements will help moves blood and lymphatic fluid and helps your body cells to produce and release compounds and hormones. The human body needs a reflexology therapist to renew itself and decrease the effects of anxiety and tension held within your body.
The generated friction of your therapist’s hands along with the lotion and oil causes gentle exfoliation. Exfoliation is the removal of dead skin cells and built-up dirt from the skin’s surfaces.
Full Body Massage Enhances Blood Circulation
A full-body massage has a positive effect on your heart. The vasodilation (enhanced blood circulation is the mechanical effect or effect of ischemic compression, activation of axon reflex and central reflex effect produced by massage) there by increasing your venous return which, increases blood flow and delivery of oxygen to all your organs. Your entire cardiovascular system relaxes and circulation throughout your body improves.
The activation of the *parasympathetic or nervous system’s helps regulate blood pressure and heart rate.
* The parasympathetic nervous system controls bodily functions when a person is at rest. Some of its activities include stimulating digestion, activating metabolism, and helping the body relax.