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Daily Archives: April 27, 2012
Apparently massage can improve sleep quality!
There’s nothing quite like getting a massage. It can relax you, relieve stress, and ease aches and pains. Often, people fall asleep right during the session and wake up feeling refreshed and more relaxed than ever. However, did you know getting regular sessions could actually improve the quality of sleep you get all the time?
The power of touch can heal your body from physical injuries or just the general wear and tear of daily life. It can improve circulation throughout the body and ease conditions like arthritis. It can improve flexibility and make you feel generally better. While it’s not a cure-all, it could definitely reduce the symptoms of some illnesses and allow those with sports injuries to get back to their normal lives.
When you’re stressed out, it has a negative impact on your overall health. Your muscles tense up, you stoop over, you look and feel tired. But when you get a massage, your entire body relaxes. You let go of all the stresses you’re holding onto. It can even become a nice way to connect with your partner. You can learn more about each other’s bodies and comfort each other more effectively in times of stress and tension. Once it’s over, you can just drift off to sleep.