If you have ever had a massage, you know how great you feel for a few days after having a good massage! There are numerous effects and benefits of therapeutic massage. But in order to understand exactly how good therapeutic massage is for you, you should really know what happens during and because of your body massage. The manual manipulation of the soft tissue causes toxins,"stale" blood and water to be flushed out of the extremities. Increased blood and lymph circulation cause the body to "cleanse" itself. Prevention of varicose veins is a benefit of massage of the arms and legs. Remember that no massage should be performed in any area of the body where varicose veins have been diagnosed.
You should always drink a lot of water before and after therapeutic massage. This should be pure water and not flavored water or a soft drink. Because of the increased blood circulation, there is also increased blood filtering. This is taxing on the liver and kidneys. A pure water facilitates toxin removal from cells and system. This is done by having clean fluid taking space where toxins were, not allowing toxin return and then causing them to be evacuated from the body. Deep breathing is also needed to convert toxins. Oxygen is mixed with the acids to create carbon dioxide and water. Through exhaling and elimination of liquid, toxins are evacuated from the body. It is not uncommon to experience dizziness and disorientation during and after massage. This is because of the high level of toxins in the blood. In fact, this is quite normal and subsides after deep breathing, relaxation and relaxation after a massage. Massage regulars (receiving massages on a weekly basis or more often) know the benefits they derive from therapeutic massage and highly recommend it. Results vary from client to client (and also therapist to therapist). Most of the time they are quiet impressive.
Therapeutic massage enhances medical treatment and helps relieve anxiety and stress. The body feels more relaxed, yet is more alert. There is more and more of a demand for massage these days because of the health/fitness movement and the nation's increased emphasis on wellness and alternative healthcare. Massage is becoming a regular part of healthcare maintenance and more and more people are getting massages. Massage therapy is becoming more "mainstream". It is appealing to everyone from young adults to seniors. People are experiencing the benefits of massage and are getting massages to relieve stress, for relaxation, and to reduce aches and pains. There is currently a growing trend to offer therapeutic massage in the workplace. Employers have learned that massage therapy isn't just a trend or a perk, but a very real stress reducer and actually increases employee productivity and morale.
Whether seeking relief for some medical condition or looking for a way to deal with the increased stresses of everyday life both at home or at work, or simply wanting to maintain good health, more and more Americans are turning to therapeutic massage therapy. Massage isn't just something that feels good - it is good. Research shows that it reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, relieves aches and pains, improves range of motion and increases endorphins.
I am located in central New Jersey and I would like to show you exactly what massage can do for you. I have a portable massage table and can perform your massage in the convenience and privacy of your own home or you can come to my location. Massage is always guaranteed. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with your first massage or any massage, there is no obligation to pay. And if you are satisfied, you can always schedule your next appointment before you leave.
I serve the following counties : Middlesex, Somerset, Monmouth, Mercer, and Union.
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