Get Healthier and Happier with a Massage Chair
Owning a massage chair means greater health and increased happiness.
Now that massage chairs are in the price range that EVERYBODY can afford, isn’t it time that we understand more about what they are capable of?
Who could say no to a relaxing massage at the end of every day? Lying back as the chair takes the strain both with taking care of your muscles and your overall wellbeing. The benefits from a massage chair are both real and last longer than you may think.
We don’t know anybody who would say no to a daily massage and here’s why:
Stress and anxiety reduction. Massage therapy is known for its ability to reduce stress of both the psychological kind and the physical kind. Studies found that cortisol, the stress hormone, decreased considerably after a 15-minute massage chair session.
No more sore muscles. If you’ve overdone it at the gym or in the garden, your body will let you know with muscle stiffness and soreness. The massage chair offers a convenient way to massage away tightness, and you’ll be left feeling like you’re on cloud nine.
Better blood flow. Offering a range of massage techniques including tapping, gripping, kneading, rolling and shiatsu, key points of the body are vibrated and moved resulting in improved blood circulation flow. Massage can help with injury recovery, toxin elimination and stimulation of endorphin production.
Improved immune system. Lymphocytes increase with every massage. These white blood cells are the first line of defence in the immune system.
Better lymph flow. Just as the blood flow is important, the lymphatic system drains away body fluid containing toxins and waste by-products. The heart pumps the blood, but there is no organ to pump the lymphatic system. It’s movement that moves it.
Headaches and other pains. Whether it’s neck pain, back pain or shoulder pain, massage can help by increasing serotonin to deliver pain relief. Serotonin can help reduce any pain including headaches. It’s certainly a more cost-effective way to receive therapy than hiring a masseur is.
Better sleep. Studies have shown that massage therapy increases delta waves and this is what helps you to get decent deep sleep. Delta waves are the reason why you keep dropping off during a massage session.
Happy hormones. Serotonin, dopamine and endorphins are all increased with a good massage session. Studies have found that those who get regular massage sessions are less hostile, happier and less prone to depression.
Now are you convinced that owning a massage chair makes you happier and healthier?
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