How therapeutic massage affects psychology

Massage was one of the oldest methods of treatment for human ailments. The ancient Greeks admired massage as something unique, appreciated its benefits, and used it at various moments in their lives.

Massage has a positive effect not only on our body but also on our psychology.

It stimulates nerve endings in the skin, muscles, tendons, and joints, the active movements that have stimulating effects.

Generally, a well-performed massage produces a good mood, a sense of relaxation, which is why it is recommended for treating fatigue and stress.

  • Increases muscle flexibility & improves their performance ability
  • Reduction / Relief from stress
  • Maintains & restores natural activity
  • Relief from tension headaches
  • Muscle pain and strain
  • Arthritis and joint pain relief
  • Helps in the elimination of bodily toxins
  • A good massage is equivalent to 7-8 hours of good sleep, from this we conclude how beneficial it is in cases of insomnia

    After a therapeutic massage session, the body is more rested, stress levels are lower, and our psychology is uplifted.


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