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Massage is hands-on therapy where muscles and other soft tissues are manipulated via fixed and movable pressure to improve health and overall well-being.
As an accepted method of preventive care, therapeutic massage involves different techniques that help:
What It Helps With
During a typical massage session, neuromuscular trigger points transmit electrical signals from the massage point throughout the body. These signals help
Of the five senses; sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch, touch is the only sense not located on the head. Research has shown that touch is an important basic need, ranking high with food, shelter, and water. Infants, for example, must be touched to develop normally. Without touch, they may be mentally and emotionally disturbed or even die. Adults without touch may become alienated and feel alone. Surprisingly, experience has shown that even some advanced Alzheimer's patients respond positively to massage therapy sessions.
Positive Effects of Massage
Improves Health by:
Reduces pain by:
Increases strength by:
Decreases stress by:
How to Prepare for a Massage
Drink plenty of water in preparation for a massage session. Before a massage, the muscle should not be hard as a rock. Therapy at a massage clinic is targeted at muscle, and releasing muscle may be impossible until the shrunken fascia is loosened. Hot stones may alleviate this tension. However, proper hydration is most effective. Time spent loosening the fascia is time wasted, and it can be put to better use.
Post Massage Hydration
After a therapy session, the goal is for muscle fascia to maintain a soft and supple state. Returning to shrunken and tight fascia undermines the many benefits of massage therapy.
What to Expect in a Massage Session
In a first session, a massage therapist will ask you to describe any physical problems you are experiencing.
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