Massage is one of the best therapeutic methods for the body. The manipulation of the underlying soft tissues and muscles provide advantages for the skin, as well as a wide array of other health issues affecting other areas.
Massage can assist in conditions such as:
Anti-aging - As we get older, the skin of the face has a tendency to start to droop and becomes lusterless. Studies show that daily gentle, rhythmic kneading increases the blood flow, as well as the lymph fluid. This leads to the skin filling out, toxins being removed and the skin becoming brighter.
PMS - Many women suffer from emotional and physical symptoms days before and during their period. This might include irritation, depression, anxiety, headaches, abdominal pains and bloating. Receiving a specialized massage on the stomach, along the back as well as the feet, is just a few of the regions the masseuse will address to assists the client in relieving nervousness, cramps, swelling and other problems associated with PMS.
Constipation - Infrequent or irregular bowel movements can make an impact on the quality of an individual’s life. The uncomfortable feeling might lead to headaches, nausea, lethargy and a distended stomach. This can be even more troubling to patients in a hospital setting. Although, it is not a popular subject to talk about openly, many health care workers hear complaints from people who are constipated after surgery. Recent studies show abdominal massages lead to a better outcome for individuals with difficulty defecating. Administering medications, giving enemas and using suppositories were considered slower to produce results than massages.
Currently, more nurses are being encouraged to employ abdominal massages for those who have undergone surgery instead of the traditional methods. Overall, massage provides benefits not only for the skin, but also for every part of the human anatomy.
To schedule your appointment with a certified professional, contact LaVida Massage of Troy, MI today.