With growing awareness of the side effects of painkillers and other chemical medicines, more and more people are opting for the massage therapy. There may even be other conditions that the massage therapist should know about the negative side effects that the massage could cause but are contraindicated massage techniques even though modified massage applications can have very positive effects.
Such longevity for any therapeutic therapy suggests that there is significant merit for its continued use, in fact massage therapy has never been more popular, and is now firmly established as an invaluable tool available to any medical practitioner in the pursuit of good health and wellbeing for their patients.
The body now returns to its state of rest and repair: whilst enjoying the massage, our breathing and circulation slow down, our anxiety decreases, and sometimes our stomach even starts gurgling, as a sign that our digestive system is also turning back to normal functioning.
So do yourself a massive favour, start by giving your face a very satisfying therapeutic massage, in the comfort of your own home and in no time at all, you’ll start to look and feel good, and who knows where your new found feel good factor will lead.
As an accepted part of many physical rehabilitation programs, massage therapy has also proven beneficial for many chronic conditions, including low back pain, arthritis, bursitis, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immunity suppression, infertility, smoking cessation, depression, and more.