Massage is one of the best healing practices. The massage was believed to have therapeutic effects by many ancient peoples, including the Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese, and Indians, who utilized it to cure various disorders.
Massage therapy (also known as myotherapy) is kneading or manipulating a person’s muscles and other soft tissue to improve their health or well-being. It is a manual therapy in which the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia are held, moved, and pressured.
The phrase “massage therapy” represents a wide range of treatments that differ in the way touch, pressure, and treatment intensity are applied.
THE USE OF MASSAGE IN THE TREATMENT OF SOME DISORDERS
Massage and myotherapy are useful in the treatment of:
Low back discomfort is subacute or chronic, delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), anxiety, stress, soft tissue injuries, elevated blood pressure, and sleeplessness.
It’s been shown to be effective in helping people with:
A long-term illness
Cancer is a life-threatening disease.
MASSAGE HAS MANY BENEFITS
A sense of deep relaxation and serenity is one of the instant effects of massage. Massage causes the release of endorphins and the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that induce emotions of happiness.
Stress chemicals including adrenalin, cortisol, and norepinephrine are lowered as well. According to studies, high levels of stress hormones weaken the immune system.
The following are some of the physical benefits of massage and myotherapy:
Reduced muscle tension, better circulation, lymphatic system stimulation, stress hormone decrease, and relaxation
enhanced flexibility and mobility of joints
increased skin tone, better soft tissue injury repair, heightened mental acuity
Anxiety and despair were lessened.