Massage Treatment Principles
Research has shown that massage significantly reduces resting heart rate, lowers blood pressure and increases blood flow and blood flow. Additionally, it increases endorphins, which can be mood-enhancing hormones, also relieves pain, improves range of motion and assists in the healing from injury. The massage doesn't increase muscle strength, but it can stimulate inactive and weak muscles which aids in rehabilitation and recovery from injury. Some studies have shown that massage may be beneficial in reducing chronic pain and stiffness, and enhancing mobility and flexibility. Massage has been used to relieve muscle soreness, improve endurance, and relieve pain, improve mobility and flexibility, reduce depression and anxiety, and address musculoskeletal complaints.
This review is the subjective opinion of a different member and not of a medical doctor. I am not a medical physician and this review isn't meant to be utilized as, in place of or in conjunction with medical advice or recommendations for massage treatment. If you have any queries, concerns or/or need information regarding massage health or therapy, please consult your doctor or doctor for further diagnosis and treatment.
A massage therapist works using smooth, gliding strokes to release stress from the deeper muscles of their human body and to restore harmon