Benefits of Swedish Massage
Stress affects all of us time and again. It's manifested in diverse behavioral changes such as increased tobacco use, withdrawing socially, engaging in alcohol, depression, and sadness as well as angry outbursts. As a result, stomach upsets increase, headaches, fatigues, chest pain or muscle tensions occur. A massage experience can enhance the heart rate, relax muscles and lower blood pressure while releasing endorphin's in the body leaving you feeling great. Studies have indicated just a 60-minute session can reduce your heart rate and cortisol, ending stress.
Due to the nature of our lifestyles, our postures are usually on the losing end. There's so much tension that culminates in a tense back, painful backaches and neck pain. Poor posture makes you look awful and forces the body muscles to exert even further all day long. Internal organs are pressed down affecting other body functions such as digestion. Massage returns your body to its best, reinforcing its natural and healthy movements, relieving pressure points, letting your joints enjoy maximum freedom, relaxing and loosening the muscles
In most cases deadlines at work, long and slow traffic to long meetings, noise, and mayhem at home could complicate out the ability to relax. Digestive complications, insomnia, and painful headaches result in cortisol levels going up. Massage therapy easily decreases the levels of cortisol allowing the body to recover, rest and relax. In fact, the relation effect remains a little longer after the massage
Poor circulation increases discomfort as fluids can pool in the extremities such as the toes. Aches and fatigue go up as lactic acid starts to accumulate in bodily muscles. Better circulation brings needed oxygen to tense and damaged muscles. As Pressure is applied during the massage, blood is allowed to move through the tense areas. Pulling and squeezing techniques also release lactic acid afflicting the muscles. Therapy actually enhances the flow of blood, decreases blood pressure and augments the body functions