Relax and enjoy the benefits of massage at Suzy at Belleza Solons

Relax and enjoy the benefits of massage with Suzy at Bellezza Salons










Single-dose effects

  • Pain relief: Relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injuries and other causes is cited as a major benefit of massage.[11]   Acupressure or pressure point massage may be more beneficial than classic Swedish massage in relieving back pain.[73]  However, a meta-study conducted by scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign failed to find a statistically significant reduction in pain immediately following treatment.[70]
  • State anxiety: …shown to reduce state anxiety, a transient measure of anxiety in a given situation.[70]
  • Blood pressure and heart rate: …shown to temporarily reduce blood pressure and heart rate.[70]

Multiple-dose effects

  • Pain relief: When combined with education and exercises, massage might help sub-acute, chronic, non-specific low back pain.[73]  Furthermore… shown to reduce pain experienced in the days or weeks after treatment.[70]
  • Trait anxiety: … shown to reduce trait anxiety; a person’s general susceptibility to anxiety.[70]
  • Depression: … shown to reduce subclinical depression.[70]

Neuromuscular effects

Massage has been shown to reduce neuromuscular excitability by measuring changes in the Hoffman’s reflex (H-reflex) amplitude. A decrease in peak-to-peak H-reflex amplitude suggests a decrease in motoneuron excitability.[74] Others explain, “H-reflex is considered to be the electrical analogue of the stretch reflex…and the reduction” is due to a decrease in spinal reflex excitability.[75] Field (2007) confirms that the inhibitory effects are due to deep tissue receptors and not superficial cutaneous receptors, as there was no decrease in H-reflex ….

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