How does a Massage help you

How does a Massage help you

A massage is a perfect way to pamper yourself and get rid of all the stress and strain that has become a part of today’s life.

It also recommended for curing numerous aches, pains and ailments, that earlier could be treated only through medication.

Popping a painkiller is often the easiest thing to do to cure that nagging headache but do you know that these could endanger your health in the long term?

Painkillers are composed of salts that can harm different parts of your body such as the liver, kidneys and the digestive system. Try a massage instead and feel the difference.

Your skin:

A facial today is recommended for everyone over the age of 30 as it rejuvenates the skin. Your face is the first to show signs of ageing, pollution and unhealthy eating habits.

A massage increases the blood circulation that helps to tone up the skin and gives it its elasticity and strength. It thus keeps wrinkles away.

Many degenerative problems too have been fought away with massages. …

Self Massage

How to do Self Massage

You can massage any specific area that you feel is tense, such as the scalp,

the back of the neck, temples, shoulders, hands, lower back, calves and feet.

Self-massage is particularly helpful in relieving aches and pains accumulated during the day, like headache or tired feet.

It is better if you can work directly on the skin but it not necessary.

Massaging while having a bath or watching television is ideal.

Here’s how you can massage different parts of your body:

The power of massage

Know the Power of Massage

Remember how your baby gurgled with joy when you massaged his soft petal-like skin,

and the way he slept contentedly in your arms after you had finished.

A massage is one of the first contacts a newborn has with the world.

Yes, it is the power of touch that shapes our lives from the very beginning.

A massage is the most basic manifestation of touch as it soothes, calms and imparts warmth and caring.

It is a silent communication of affection and understanding between two individuals and a widely practiced form of stress management.