Massage Increases Circulation
Good circulation is an important factor to leading a healthy, active life. Poor circulation can cause a variety of discomforts including fatigue, cold hands and feet, muscle aches and infections or sores that are slow to heal.
The pressure and release of massage techniques increases circulation by moving blood through congested areas.
The actual squeezing and pulling of massage flushes lactic acid from the muscles while refreshing their blood supply. By bringing oxygen rich blood to the entire body, massage is an effective way to increase circulation.
3 Big Benefits of Increased Circulation
- Speeds up your metabolism
- Enhances your immune system
- Raises your endorphin levels
Massage also lowers blood pressure and improves body function by increasing the flow of lymph, the fluid that carries metabolic waste away from muscles and internal organs. Even by massaging just one area, your flow of blood and lymph is increased throughout the body.
Scheduling Your Session
Suffering from fatigue or sore muscles? Poor blood flow may be the culprit. Contact Suzanne today for your next session!