3 Things Massage Can Help You With Right Now

April 6, 2015

 

We know massage will make us move better and feel happier, but not everyone can make time for regular appointments. Luckily massage is great preventative care and it can have some instantly-gratifying results. Check out these 3 things massage can help you with right now.
 
Headaches  
Tension headaches (often called stress headaches) are the most common type of headaches among adults.
 
Pain or pressure in your forehead or on the top or sides of your head? Could be a tension headache. It's especially likely if you've been hunching over a desk, spent a ton of time in a car, or if you're still shivering and huddling to keep warm as spring slowly creeps in.
 
Massage can help get rid of that headache and regular massage may well keep it from coming back. (If you want to  try a few self-massage techniques, have a look at this article.)
 
Low Back Pain
A major research study was published in 2011 in the US showing that massage therapy was better than drugs and usual care for general lower back pain.
 
Just about everyone will experience low back pain at some point in their life. If it happens to you, don't suffer. Schedule a massage and get back into action.
 
Irritability
Have you ever been so cranky you got on your own nerves? Yeah, me, too. It isn’t fun. When you feel yourself biting everyone’s head off when they ask you a question, it might be time for some self-care.
 
Massage is great for stress relief. You get to shut off all the things that buzz and chime and aggravate you to the point of eye twitches. Music, silence, warmth, massage. All the cranky disappears.
 
This is dual purpose. You'll feel better and all the people around you will be happier that you're back to your sunny self.
 
Got a headache, low back pain, or a case of the grumpies.  Call Shelly today and book yourself in :) 

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