Written by: Jaclyn Mosley
Stress is a commonly used word that can be applied to everyone’s life. By definition it is a state of mental or emotional strain. Though, it is not always considered by the health industry to be bad. In small, controlled amounts, stress is good. It can support mental function and increase reaction time. Unfortunately, modern society has far surpassed allowing the small controlled amounts of “good” stress. People are now facing daily stress at a very dangerous level.
Not having the chance to “catch up” can lead to illness and secondary effects such as poor performance at work or in sports. And now, more diseases, such as cancer have been directly related to stress and lifestyle. It is clear, that now more than ever, you owe it to yourself to take some time for you.
For many, relaxation massage has become a big part their lives. Adding time to relax into a busy, often frantic routine has become vital to maintain a level of health and wellbeing. Be it either work, sports or family; stress is consistently targeting society today. It is important to add into the week or month a scheduled time to allow the body and mind to relax.
Similar to a car, a body needs to be maintained if you want it to take you from place to place throughout your day with no slowdowns or breakdowns. Allowing time to recharge and relax is essential to a body’s wellbeing.
Relaxation massage will:
- Protect the health of your heart
- Decrease the risk of illness and cold
- Improve memory
- Decrease feelings of depression
- Increase mental clarity
Relaxation massage is not a luxury. It is a necessity. If you are suffering from poor sleep, ongoing illness like colds, lack of memory or concentration, you may well gain some clear benefits from relaxation massage on a regular basis.
Do it today. Make time for you. Reinvest in your life with a relaxation massage.