Massage-used to only be offered in luxury spas or upscale health clubs. His therapy can now be offered in hospitals, clinics, offices, and airports. Learn about the health benefits of Mass age and what you can expect from a session of His therapy.
What is Massage?
He can be used to press, rub, and manipulate your skin, muscles and tendons. Mass age- can range from gentle stroking to intense pressure. These are just a few of the many types of available.
- Swedish Mass age-. This gentle uses long strokes, kneading deep circular movements, vibration, tapping, and deep circular movements. This will help you feel calm and energized.
- Deep Mass age-. This technique targets deeper layers of muscle and connective tissues with slower, stronger strokes. This technique is often used to treat muscle injuries and damage.
- Sports Mass age. This is very similar to Swedish Mass age, but is geared towards athletes who want to prevent or treat injury.
- Trigger point Mass age-. This focuses on tight muscles that may form after injury or overuse.
It is generally part of integrative medicine. Mass age is increasingly being offered in conjunction with standard treatment for a variety of medical conditions.
Mass age-related benefits include:
- Relaxation and stress reduction
- Reduce pain, muscle soreness, and tension
- Improved circulation, energy, and alertness
- Lowering your heart rate and blood pressure
- Improved immune function
Although more research is required to confirm the benefits, studies have shown that Mass age can be beneficial for:
- Digestive disorders
- Stress-related insomnia
- Low back pain
- Myofascial pain syndrome
- Nerve pain
- Soft tissue injuries or strains
- Sports injuries
- Temporomandibular pain in the joint
- Neck and upper back pain
It can be used to treat specific diseases or conditions. However, Mass age can also be enjoyed for its connection-building benefits.
Massage-, despite its many benefits, is not meant to replace regular medical care. Be sure to let your doctor know that you are considering a Mass age, and follow any treatment protocols you have.
Massage- can be beneficial for most people. Mass age-may not be suitable if you:
- Blood-thinning medications or bleeding disorders
- Burns and healing wounds
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Broken bones (fractures).
- Severe osteoporosis
- Low platelet count (severe hemoglobinemia)
Talk to your doctor about the pros and cons with Mass age, especially if it is a pregnancy or if there are any unanswered pains or cancer.
You might feel a little sore after some types of Mass age. Mass age-shouldn’t be painful or bothersome. Do not hesitate to tell your doctor if you feel any discomfort or pain during your Mass age. Too much pressure during Mass aged can cause serious problems.
What to expect from a Mass age
A Massage does not require any preparation. Your Mass age-therapist will ask about your symptoms, medical history, and what you want from Mass age therapy. Your Mass age-therapist should tell you what type of Mass age and techniques he/she will use.
In a typical session of Mass age-therapy, you will need to wear loose-fitting clothes or undress. You should only be comfortable. You will usually lie down on a table, and then cover your body with a sheet. The therapist will ask you to change your clothes after the Mass age and return to the room. A Mass age can be done while you are sitting down in a chair. The therapist will perform a touch assessment to find any areas that are painful or tight and determine the pressure you should apply.
Your Massage-therapist might use oil or lotion depending on your preference to reduce friction. If you are allergic to any ingredient, tell your Mass age-therapist.
A session can last between 10 and 90 minutes depending on what type of Mass age you choose and how long you have. Whatever type of Mass age you get, you need to feel relaxed and calm during and after the Mass age. Breathe normally during your Mass age.
You can request that your Mass age-therapist play music or talk to you during your Mass age.
Ask for a lighter pressure if a Mass age-therapist is pushing you too hard. Sometimes, a tender spot may form in your muscle and feel like a knot. While your Mass age-therapist works out the problem, it’s likely that you will feel uncomfortable. If it becomes unbearable, don’t be afraid to speak up.
Locating a Mass age therapist
Ask your doctor for recommendations. Many states have licensing, registration, or certification requirements for Mass age therapists.
Ask potential Mass age therapists questions like:
- Are you licensed, certified, or registered?
- What are your qualifications and experiences?
- What number of Mass age therapy sessions do I think I will need?
- How much does it cost and is it covered under your health insurance?