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The new "15 Health Benefits Of Massage" article on the website delivers to people the most beneficial effects of massage therapy. This article is actually suitable for those people who want to understand how massage therapy works and improve their physical and emotional health with massage rapidly. At the beginning of the article, the author points out that massage therapy can loosen tense muscles because it can relieve soreness and may help muscles become fitter faster. Massage can switch on genes that reduce inflammation. Moreover, massage will speed recovery from the fatigue that occurs after exercise. "Massage therapy can be effective for a variety of conditions, including arthritis, lower back pain, anxiety, headaches, circulatory problems, insomnia, and recovery from a sports injury." says Mary Beth Braun, President of the AMTA. Next, the article indicates that massage can also help lower stress and enhance the energy dramatically and safely. "Research has shown that massage therapy interfaces with the body's stress function. It may dampen the flight-or-fight response and also activates dominance in the rest-and-restore system." says Sandy Fritz, MS, NCMBT, director of the Health Enrichment Center in Lapeer, Mich. Furthermore, massage will soothe, loosen, stimulate and relax various parts of the body, including skin, eyes, and muscle tissues.

In addition, the article takes people step-by-step through an interesting process of discovering little known benefits of massage, such as blood pressure and heart rate reduction, and chronic and temporary pain relief. In other words, massage will improve flexibility and mobility rapidly, increase the body’s natural painkillers called endorphins, and strengthen the immune system for good. "The effects of massage are not always so straightforward. Massage can also stimulate nerves that carry signals from the skin to the brain, triggering changes throughout the body." says Elliot Greene, past president of American Massage Therapy Assn. Thanks to the useful information in this report, a lot of people can broaden their knowledge about massage and boost their overall health naturally and effectively with massage therapy.

Lien Nguyen from the site says that: "This is actually an informative article that contains simple techniques to improve eye vision, and easy ways to relieve stress and fatigue with massage. The techniques this writing introduces are easy-to-understand for most readers regardless of their age, their gender, and their education level. Thus, I personally believe that these techniques will be helpful for everyone."

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