Full Body Massage Therapy

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A full-body massage: soft music, low lighting, a feeling of tranquility—it’s bliss. But what most people don’t know is that while you might be in a state of total relaxation your body is going into full activation mode during a massage. A massage stimulates your nervous system; wakes up your muscles, organs, and glands.

  • We all think relaxation is all about watching television, eating snacks, going out for a long ride, and spending time with our friends and loved ones.But the actual relaxation is relaxing our mind and body.

  • The activities like yoga, meditation, and massage make you feel relaxed.

  • Over here massage is one of the best ways to destress ourselves from worldly responsibilities and pressures.

  • Many of them have knowledge about what a massage is and its benefits. But they don't know how exactly our body reacts to massage therapy. 

  • Massage therapy is the art of relieving stress and making you feel refreshed.

  • When we get a massage our body gets relaxed both mentally and physically.

  • The entire body will relax during the massage therapy. Our mind will be in a relaxed state and the soothing muscle tractions can increase the blood flow.

  • The massage techniques and the oils used during the massage stimulates the central nervous system and activates all the hormones and glands in the body.

  • It also multiplies the production of new cells that makes the skin refreshed. 




1. Helps To Reduce Stress, Depression and Anxiety

  • Chronic stress research shows that stress is deadly. It affects every system in the body.

  • Especially, the immune system which causes people to become ill more often than those who aren’t stressed. 

  • It is vital to find ways to reduce that stress buildup in our bodies.

  • One of the most important full body massage benefits is the ability to relax and de-stress.  

  • Full body massages target the entire body to release tension. As a trained massage therapist works on your body, you also get a mental break from your worries.



2. Improves Quality of Sleep

  • Massages promote relaxation.

  • Even if your massage is early in the morning, you are sure to get a good night’s sleep that night.

  • By promoting blood flow, releasing muscle tension, and providing a mental rest, people who receive a massage are in a better position to get a restful night’s sleep.

  • Even those who are receiving radiation or chemotherapy find that they get a good nights’ rest after having a massage. 



3.Eliminate Toxins & Boosts Immune System

  • As we mentioned earlier, massage therapists access the lymphatic system as they work.

  • During a massage, your body’s soft tissues are stimulated.

  • In turn, this releases toxins out from your cells and drains out of your body.

  • Massage therapy promotes the creation of white blood cells.

  • The more white blood cells you have, the better your body is at fighting off disease and illness.



4. Helps to Reduce Migraine and Headache

  • There are many headaches that triggered by muscle tension and the muscles that produce trigger points could transfer the pain stimulus to the other parts of the body, involving the brain and head.

  • Massage could also reduce these trigger substances, and this would lead to headache pain reduction.

  • Massage therapy is an excellent treatment for pain including constant headaches.

  • Headaches occur due to a large amount of tension at the base of the skull toward the cervical spine.

  • That pressure causes compression of the neurovascular bundles that are connected to the brain leading to chronic headaches.

  • Even better, regular massages can reduce how severe and how often tension headaches are for you.



5. Improves Blood Circulation

  • During a massage, your body’s muscles and tendons become looser.

  • This allows for better blood flow all over your body. 

  • Increased circulation has various positive effects on your body including feeling less tired throughout the day.

  • Good circulation promotes cell growth and organ function.

  • It also leads to better blood pressure and healthy skin that can fight off infection. 

  • Massage increases your venous return which, in turn, increases blood flow and delivery of oxygen to all your organs. Your entire cardiovascular system relaxes and circulation throughout your body improves. 



6.Relaxing the Nervous System

  • As you relax, your nervous system enters a “rest and digest” mode.

  • If you have areas of pain and tension in your body, it’s possible that they are the result of pressure on nerves caused by tight muscles, and massage may relieve it.

  • A relaxed nervous system means that hormone production will balance out.

  • Production of stress hormones such as corticosteroids (LDL) decreases, as “feel good” hormones like endorphins increase.

  • Hormones that regulate sleep/wake cycles, menstrual cycles, immune cells, blood sugar, and even how much food you eat, all react positively to the relaxation that accompanies a full-body massage.



Key Health Benefits of

Full Body Massage Therapy




Book an appointment today with Full Body Massage Therapy to start experiencing to long term health benefits of Full Body Massage Therapy



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