Massage for Mental Health
Massage for mental health will make a big difference in our daily life. Fact is, the more stressed we are, the more muscle tension is created. We all know that after we had a massage, we feel relaxed again, which in return makes it easier for us to deal with day to day problems we may face. This is all because muscle tissue reflects our mental health level.
And You Thought Massage is just for Relaxation
Stress relief goes both ways – either we calm our mind down by paying attention to our thoughts – or by getting a massage. The easier way for now is by getting a massage, preferably 45 minutes plus, to give the body-mind connection a chance to ease and wind down.
Consider a Massage Plan to Improve Your Mental Health
Think about a plan to get out of an unfavorable mental state. It is like any other therapy form, your health will improve over time. Make weekly appointments for the first couple weeks and, as you become better and better, you can stretch the massage sessions out more and more.
First Aid for Mental Health – Get a Massage!
If you are going through a high stress situation which makes it impossible for you to think straight or make a clear decision, just come in for a massage. I guarantee that you will feel much better and coherent, able to go on about your day with a new focus.
Approaching Muscle Tension with Massage for Mental Health
Massage for Mental Health approaches muscle tissue with respect of knowing that information regarding any type of trauma is stored in the tissue, thereby it can be looked at as an individual entity. It can be stubborn, painful, overprotective, sensitive, and so on. Establishing trust is the first step and certain techniques like massage, Cranio-Sacral, Visceral Manipulation, Heart Centered Therapy help muscle tissue integrate trauma.