It’s a bliss having a full-body massage with soft music, low lighting with the feeling of tranquillity. What most of the people don’t know the fact that while having a massage you are in a state of total relaxation, but your body is going into full activation mode. A massage wakes up your muscles, organs, and glands; moves blood and lymph fluid; stimulates your nervous system; and gets multitudes of cells to produce and release chemicals and hormones. So, your body needs a Full Body Massage Therapy to renew itself and reverse the effects of stress.
Here are a few of the various benefits you will get during the massage:
With slight friction of your massage by your therapist’s hands along with the massage lotion and oil causes gentle exfoliation – allowing fresh skin cells to emerge.
Nervous System Relaxation:
When you are in a state to relax, your nervous system enters a “rest and digest” mode. With a stressed daily routine, there will be areas of pain and tension in your body, that would possibly be the result of pressure on nerves caused by tight muscles, and massage may relieve it.
While having a massage, a hormone-like endorphins increases that make you feel good. Hormones that regulate sleep/wake cycles, immune cells, blood sugar, and even how much food you eat – all react positively to the relaxation that accompanies a full-body massage.
A Healthy Heart:
Well, a full-body massage is good for your heart too. A massage helps to increases blood flow and thus makes delivery of oxygen possible to all your organs. The circulation throughout your body improves and your entire cardiovascular system relaxes. Parasympathetic nervous system’s “rest and digest” get activated that helps in regulating blood pressure and heart rate.
Improved Bone Blood Supply:
Do you know that your bones also have a blood supply and get the same advantage same as your muscles? A good supply of blood takes calcium and mineral to your bones to support their strength and function. Therefore, your skeletal system receives a major boost from massage.
Your muscles are just like sponges when they contract- blood and lymph fluid is squeezed out, and when they relax, fresh blood enters bringing fresh oxygen, nutrition, and immune cells. A higher rate of blood flow accelerates the removal of lactic acid as well as other products of muscle metabolism that contribute to cramps and muscle fatigue. Your massage therapist incorporates stretching that mobilizes the joints and places beneficial tension on your muscles, ligaments, and tendons.