Promote better sleep: A 60-minute massage within a few hours of going to sleep prepares the body for rest. The massage loosens muscles, restores cell circulation, and helps the body fall into a deeper sleep.
Lowers stress and anxiety: Massage is great for mental health when used in conjunction with talk therapy and prescribed medications. Used as a holistic add-on to traditional mental health therapies, many people find their depressive symptoms decrease significantly with regular massage therapy.
Relief for migraines and tension headaches: People who have recurring migraines and tension headaches often find regular massages offer lasting relief. Massage therapy releases endorphins and calms the peripheral nervous system, which plays a huge role in headache severity.