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Massage Therapy: In what aspect does it help?

Date Added: 8th December 2022

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Massage therapy is all about relieving stress and tension. It helps in healing and relaxation as well. There are many benefits of massage therapy but it seems that many people don't know much about it. Do you know what other aspects of life massage therapy can help with? There is more than relaxation that massage can offer. This blog talks about how massages can help you in different aspects of life, specifically your physical health and mental health.

Massage Therapy to Physical Health

Massage therapy is a type of bodywork that can be used to improve the physical health of a person. This section will discuss the benefits of massage therapy on physical health. Massage therapy is an excellent way to relax and unwind from the stresses of life. It has many benefits for your physical health such as reducing stress levels, lowering blood pressure, and improving circulation.

Aside from that, the other benefits of massage therapy on physical health are endless. It has been demonstrated by different studies that massage helps to treat a variety of ailments and can help treat existing conditions. For example, massage therapy has been demonstrated to reduce common muscle aches and pains caused by arthritis, fibromyalgia, poor posture, and even sports injuries. As previously mentioned, massage therapy increases blood flow to targeted areas of the body. This is excellent for healing injuries and promoting overall healthy skin. The increased blood flow to targeted areas can help to promote healing and minimize pain as well. Additionally, massage therapy has been proven to reduce blood pressure, making it an excellent way to lower one’s risk of stroke. The positive effects of massage therapy are cumulative over time and there are many people who find relief from long-term conditions through regular sessions.

Furthermore, another study comes to the light highlighting the importance of massage therapy for middle-aged to older women in the country (Australia). It shows that massage therapy was more likely used by them to aid chronic disease specifically, osteoarthritis.

Massage Therapy for Mental Health

Since massage therapy does not seem to have any connections with the mental wellness of an individual it was always ignored as a treatment for patients who suffers from anxiety and depression. This section covers how it affects one's mental health, how it can be used in treating some psychological disorders, as well as its benefits over other interventions.

Massage therapy has been shown to have many benefits for one's mental health. It can help with anxiety, depression, and insomnia. This happens because it helps in reducing the stress hormone cortisol and increases serotonin levels in the brain as shown has been shown by different publications. It has been found to help people with mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It is a non-invasive intervention that helps one's mental health. Many people are unaware of its benefits and end up spending money on other things that may not be as effective for their mental health.


Massage therapy is one of the oldest and most widely used forms of hands-on therapy. Massage therapy has been used in various cultures for centuries to treat a wide range of ailments. It is indeed an effective form of treatment that can help with pain relief, relaxation, stress relief, improved sleep, and more. So if you are finding a massage therapist we got your back. Book your appointment and meet Rob and Patrick, professional massage therapists.

Rob has been a massage therapist for over 20 years working in the community of Knox in his neighborhood based clinic, and with his assistant Patrick they are continuing to provide second to none treatments.

Give us a call today on (03) 9763 0033 and let's talk about your specific needs. Remember, massage is not just for relaxation!

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