Conditions that massage can help

Massage therapy offers more than relaxation; it can improve various medical conditions. Digestive issues can benefit from stress reduction. Insomnia sufferers experience better sleep quality. TMJ disorder pain can be eased. Fibromyalgia symptoms may improve with gentle massage. High blood pressure can be lowered with regular massage.

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Massage and Cancer

Massage therapy, when done by trained therapists, is safe and beneficial for cancer patients. It can alleviate common treatment-related issues such as nausea, fatigue, pain, anxiety, depression, and sleep problems, offering comfort during a challenging journey. Massage does not spread cancer; metastasis involves complex genetic changes.

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Got a headache? Get a massage.

Headaches can be relieved without painkillers. Follow these steps: 1. Drink water. 2. Apply an ice pack or cold compress to your neck and forehead. 3. Practice deep breathing. 4. Move around. 5. Stretch your neck and shoulders. 6. Get a massage, which can work wonders, especially with specialized techniques.

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Massage and Depression

Depression is an all-too-common struggle for people all over the globe. According to the World Health Organization, it’s estimated that 350 million people suffer from depression. While there are many treatment options, one you may not have thought of is massage therapy. Massage can decrease muscle tension and ease some of the daily physical stress […]

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Got muscle cramps? Get relief

Muscle cramps can be excruciating, and various factors may trigger them. It’s essential to maintain a balance of minerals, hydration, exercise, and rest to prevent cramps effectively. Your body thrives on equilibrium.

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Self Care Tips

Maintaining self-care is essential for reaping the long-term benefits of massage therapy. Here are seven self-care tips to complement your massage sessions: Take breaks, stretch, self-massage with Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls, spend time outdoors, meditate/breathe, enjoy music, and get plenty of sleep.

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Got a migraine? Get a massage

Migraines are excruciating, affecting up to 13% of the US population. Instead of relying solely on medication, consider massage. It stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, potentially reducing migraine frequency and severity.

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