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Sore Muscles? Massage Can Help Ease Stiff Muscles When You’re Overdone at Gym

By on 19 January 2017 click here to comment

Nothing is more rewarding than the sore muscles after a tough workout session. However, should you view this soreness as a proof you worked hard or a sign you have overdone the gym? Actually, you are somewhere in-between. But, that soreness and pain in your muscles can make you dread stairs and cause struggle to lift your arms to wash your hair in the shower. True? Yes, those who exercise very well understand and have gone through sore muscles. You’ve overdone it on the workout front, and your glutes and thighs are in such agony that it takes you a day just to get down the stairs! Or perhaps you’ve gone overboard on the squats and you feel like the Hunchback of Notre Dame – or you’ve done so many crunches tha... continue reading

9 Reasons Why You Should Get Regular Massages

By on 12 January 2017 click here to comment

When you first think of massage, odds are you think of an hour of relaxation — a little “me” time. Massage certainly offers a great way to escape the stresses of our everyday lives, but more and more studies are showing that regular massage gives you so much more: a range of emotional and physical benefits. A massage is much more than just feel good experience, getting a massage regularly will improve your overall health and well-being, ease backache and neck pain, boost your immune system and take away the unnecessary stress from your life. Here are the top 9 reasons to incorporate regular massages in healthcare regimen- ... continue reading

6 Surprising Health Benefits of Foot Massage

By on 6 January 2017 click here to comment

Our feet bear the weight of the body, allow locomotion and do a lot of work. Still, they are the least pampered part of our body. After a long day at work-standing and walking around, our feet tend to swell up. Getting a daily foot massage will help pamper your feet, relieve pain and keep them strong and flexible. Here are a few surprising health benefits of regular foot massage- Improves Circulation - Due to a sedentary lifestyle, we don't use the feet muscles properly and wear tight footwear, all this hampers the circulation of feet. A daily foot massage help increases circulation which means enhanced the... continue reading

5 Surprising Health Benefits of Massage Therapy

By on 30 December 2016 click here to comment

For those who are frequently tortured by migraine attacks, a massage comes out as the perfect therapy. Researchers at the University of Auckland found that those who suffered from debilitating headaches reported fewer migraines and more restful sleep after receiving massage therapy for several weeks. Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs. Today, massage therapy is offered in businesses, clinics, hospitals and even airports. And, with the introduction of massage chairs, getting a relaxing and soothing massage has become easier than ever. Here are 5 surprising health bene... continue reading

Aging Gracefully- 5 Ways Massage Therapy Is Beneficial for the Elderly

By on 22 December 2016 click here to comment

Many of us consider massage a relaxing and soothing therapy that helps us unwind after a tiring day at work. However, studies reveal that massage is a non-invasive, enjoyable way to help alleviate the symptoms of many age-related diseases and improves a person's quality of life. Elderly massage offers numerous health benefits which help improve th... continue reading

How Regular Massages are Beneficial for Athletes

By on 15 December 2016 click here to comment

From world-class professionals to weekend joggers, massage therapy is geared towards helping athletes of every kind achieve optimal performance and maintain good health. Getting massage therapy regularly will help improve athletic performance, speed recovery, prevent injuries and help maintain peak performance. Experts recommend getting massage therapy before sporting events, as it will help enhance the pre-event preparation and reduce recovery time, for maximum performance during training or after an event. It’s also been found that specially designed sports massage promotes flexibility, reduces fatigue, improves endurance, helps prevent injuries and prepares their body and mind for optimal performance. A 2010... continue reading

Can Massage Relieve Symptoms of Stress and Anxiety?

By on 8 December 2016 click here to comment

Stress is an inevitable part of life. In the present times where every day seems to bring a new kind of stress, it is almost impossible to take away all the stress and anxiety. A recent research revealed more than 90 percent of illness results from stress alone. This constant anxiety eventually begins to interfere with our daily activities including work, school, relationships, the list continues forever. So, it becomes important to reduce physical and emotional stress in order to improve overall health and well-being. Causes and Symptoms of Anxiety Anxiety, or anxiety disorders affect about 18.1 p... continue reading

Are Massage Chairs Effective? Learn Here

By on 2 December 2016 click here to comment

A massage is a perfect therapy to relieve stress, soaring pain in your neck and lower back. But, a therapeutic massage is not always convenient or available and sometimes it is costly too. Thankfully, an electric substitute- massage chair is now available that provides a soothing and relaxing massage in the comfort of your own home. Many of you think that massage chairs are a luxury item but this is not true at all. A massage chair is not just for relaxing tired muscles, it offers several health benefits including improving digestion, boosting the immune system, relieving headaches, stimulating circulation and controlling minor depression.... continue reading

Rest Assured - Massage Helps You Sleep Better

By on 22 November 2016 click here to comment

Sleep is a critical body function; quality sleep is necessary for your mental health and physical wellbeing. A nutritional diet and exercise is recommended for a healthy body, but the importance of good quality sleep cannot be ignored. Lack of sleep can have a severe effect on immune system, nervous system, productivity at work and sometimes can even cause hallucinations. Feeling sluggish or less energetic during the day is bad enough, but insomnia can reduce cognitive function while increasing depression, anxiety and problems with memory. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have declared that insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic, "Sleep insufficiency is linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors."... continue reading

3 Simple Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

By on 17 November 2016 click here to comment

Difficult circumstances such as car accidents, poor exam results, constant unemployment, physical and mental abuse are all major causes of stress. Although, smaller and more personal events can affect us just as much over time. Sometimes smaller issues, such as a pimple outbreaks before a first date and small weight gains can also result in short-term, progressive stress. Though we all agree that holidays are meant to be time of fun and joy, our time off can be encompassed by stress and disorder. Holidays can be for a long period of time, and if you are unable to relax, stress experienced from this time of year may become chronic, therefore causing significant health concerns. There are numerous reasons that can result in holiday stress, a few are listed below- Demanding family, office gatherings St... continue reading

Massage Can Alleviate Sciatic Pain. Learn How!

By on 12 November 2016 click here to comment

Many of us have experienced lower back pain at some point in our lives. For those who have desk jobs and sit in front of a computer for hours continuously, the occurrence of pain in the lower back is quite common. But, a slipped or herniated disk can result in a much more serious condition known as sciatica. Sciatica is often the result of an injury to the discs in lower back. It is a common occurrence in the people aged between 25 to 45 years. The major risk factors causing sciatica include excessive body weight, age, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, strenuous physical activity, long driving etc. What is Sciatica? Sciatica refers to the pain that radiates down the leg and foot, generally from a slipped disk in the lumbar region. Usually, a slipped disk puts pressure on the sciatic nerve which causes numbness, pain an... continue reading

The Benefits of Regular Massage Therapy

By on 7 November 2016 click here to comment

After a tiring day at work, massage is the perfect therapy to relax. However, many of us do not realise that a massage offers several physical and emotional benefits when done regularly. Though a massage isn’t a replacement to medical treatment, the therapy can benefit your body and mind when practiced on an ongoing basis. Here are a few benefits of regular massage therapy- Pain relief - The massage movement helps loosen the tension in stiff muscles and promote blood circulation, therefore providing the basis of pain relief. Indulging in regular massage therapy will help relieve pain from sports injuries, arthritis and other conditions. Studies have shown that people who get regular massages do not need as much pain medication as the individuals who don’t receive regular massages. Boosts immune system... continue reading

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