Benefits of Massage and Subtleties of Massage
Massage is one of the most invigorating and relaxing therapies given to women. Don’t be back, offer yourself a massage.
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Massage is one of the most invigorating therapies when applied correctly; The sensation is wonderful and its health benefits have been documented over and over. It accelerates blood circulation and provides more blood to the internal organs. Studies have also shown that it reduces the level of stress hormone. There is also medical evidence showing that babies who are massaged regularly develop better.
Other studies have shown that panic attack patients or children with learning disabilities benefit from gently patting their faces with a fine-bristled paint brush. One of the benefits of massage is to strengthen the lymph circulation, thus removing swelling caused by the retention of water in the body.
All these are good reasons to put yourself in the hands of a massage therapist regularly. However, if your budget is not suitable for this, you can also try a massage you will make yourself. Of course, it is not possible to massage yourself from head to toe, but at least you can regularly apply a relaxing massage to your face. You can apply the five-minute massage we recommend below once or twice a week to revitalize your tired skin and balance the moisture content of your skin.
Rest your skin First relax with a hot bath and warm up. Wear a comfortable dressing gown, take a glass of water and go to relax. Start with your breath: Take long, slow breaths, focusing on filling your lungs. Inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth.
Then drip a light oil (almond, jojoba or essential) onto your hand, spread it on your palms until your hands are warm. First, go up your forehead, passing over your neck, cheeks and nose in wide, big movements. Then move the tips of your ring fingers over your face in small circular motions.
Start from the space between your eyes, above your nasal arch, and then return to your temples. Repeat this three times, slightly increasing the pressure each time.
Source: Kelebek, Nilüfer Pazvantoğlu