Category: Sleep Disorders

Nov 16

Trouble Sleeping Try a Back Massage

Back massage means only the back is worked on. This technique appeals to people who just do not have the time for a full body massage. The treatment is designed to relax and ease tension in the back where muscle problems most often occur. The history of massage dates back thousands of years to ancient …

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Sep 05

Trouble Sleeping? Get a Massage

  Quality of sleep is very important for health and wellness. Let’s see how various massage techniques can help us with getting some quality sleep. Aromatherapy Massage Aromatherapy massage combines the physical and emotional effects of gentle massage with the psychotherapeutic properties of essential oils. One of the most common essential oils used in aromatherapy …

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Mar 30

Foot Reflexology Proves to be Effective for Fatigue and Sleep

Reflexology is a natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands which correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Stimulating these reflexes properly by the application of pressure can help many health problems in a natural way as well as a …

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Feb 24

Fibromyalgia Symptoms Improve After Myofascial Release Massage

Myofascial Release Massage is a safe, gentle, hands-on technique of stretching that treats the myofascial tissue system (tough membranes that wrap, connect and support your muscles) which can become restricted because of overuse, inactivity, trauma, or infection, often resulting in pain and muscle tension. The myofascial generally acts as a shock absorber creating tissue spaces …

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Jan 08

The Benefits of Therapeutic Massage for Improving Sleep

Therapeutic massage incorporates a variety of advanced modalities that enhance the body’s natural restorative functioning. Light to firm touch is used to release tension, relax muscles, increase blood and lymph circulation, and impart a sense of  calm.     Therapeutic massage can be used as a collaborative, supportive addition to conventional medical treatment of illness …

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