Benefits of Massage Therapy
Massage therapy may be the oldest and simplest form of medical care. Regular massage therapy is much more than a mere luxury or a whimsical extravagance. Rather, it is an investment, an investment in yourself... in your health. It should be regarded as part and parcel of your dedication to living a healthy life. Since massage acts as an "auxiliary heart" by increasing circulation, it thus facilitates the elimination of toxins and other metabolic wastes generated as a byproduct of resistance training. Additionally, massage therapy reduces the time that it takes the body to heal an injury.
Research establishes that regular massage therapy improves range of motion, reduces recovery time, increases muscle tone, and increases flexibility.
Especially, if the following symptoms bother you, you will even benefit more from massage therapy:
Anxiety & Stress; Arthritis; Chronic & Accute Pain; Depression; Circulatory Problems; Headaches; Myofascial Pain; Reduced Range of Motion; Asthma; Digestive Disorders; Sinusiti; Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Sports Injuries; Insomnia;Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction.
It does not mean that a few visits will cure any ailment. However, an investment in regular massage therapy will ensure that all bodily systems function at an optimal level.