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Positive effects of massage: Myth or reality?
Although there are many cases and statistics from which the effectiveness of massages can be confirmed, there are still those who doubt the value of massages as a method of treating people’s ailments or promoting well-being.
In this sense, what is proposed in this case is to highlight massage as an instrument for well being, since its characteristics make it a strategy that acts directly on the area and leads to countless improvements for the body in general.
How Massage Affects Positively
Those who are dedicated exclusively to study or massage, often say that there is a “small brain” in each of the fingers of a hand, neck, thighs, shoulder blades and so on, which if stimulated in the right way, will bring about an improvement in the physical condition of the person.
It is from this that we invite you not to dismiss massage as an effective method for the treatment of contractures, to fight against the stress that comes with the pace of life in modern times, to prevent injuries and finally to promote health, because it will always be better to promote health rather than prevent a bad condition and is even better than cure.
It is worth remembering that one of the objectives of physiotherapy is to achieve a journey through the muscle until the knot is identified and through a series of movements or massages is worked on, so that the muscle can finally stop presenting this condition, illness and all that is derived.
Likewise, it is noted that the effectiveness of a massage that promotes well-being is based on a deep knowledge of the anatomy, pathology and physiology, that is, they are not movements that are made to come into contact with the body and nothing more than that, but there is a database and deep empirical knowledge, which guarantees the success of massage.
On the other hand, one of the advantages of massage is that as the person gets closer to the theoretical foundations of how it is performed, it will not be so difficult to put these data into practice and thus promote health.
In conclusion, it is stated that massage is positive for the body and this is a reality that cannot be denied, of course, as long as the person who practices it is prepared to do so and it is not simply a question of movements that are performed by intuition.