Massage seems to be helping to improve our physical and mental health as a whole, with a wide range of therapeutic applications. It rejuvenates and gives a sense of well-being to the body & spirit by balancing energy in the body. It can be beneficial not only to people who suffer from injuries or chronic illnesses, but also to people who are healthy and who are simply looking for a moment of relaxation in their daily lives.
Massaging has analgesic (pain-relieving) action, reduces pain levels, and can break the vicious circle of pain – muscle spasm – mental tension.
Kneading results in improved blood circulation in the muscles and soft molecules. When the muscles are subjected to constant and intense work, the musculoskeletal phenomenon occurs, resulting in the accumulation of unnecessary substances, which can not be properly metabolized and cause pain, stiffness and stiffness in the muscles. At this point it comes to helping the kneading, which, through the hyperemia it causes, helps in the elimination of these substances and the intake of nutrients necessary for the smooth functioning of the muscles.
It also helps to relax and fight stress. Body massaging leads to improved blood flow to the brain, lowering heart rate and lowering blood pressure, resulting in better mental clarity and alertness under relaxation conditions. People with headaches can find a solution to their problem. Pains are relieved, as the production of endorphins from the brain is enhanced (endorphins are natural analgesics that fight pain). Massage can also be used in the recovery of injuries to the muscles and joints.