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How Do the Benefits of Massage Therapy Help

Posted on: November 21, 2008

How do some of the benefits of massage therapy help—exactly what do they do? When a person’s blood circulation is increases this promotes fastest healing of wounds and injuries. The blood transports nutrients and oxygen to every cell in the body. Good circulation also increases the removal of carbon dioxide and other waste from the cells.

Massage realigns the tissues, which alleviates pain. The relief of tension from massage promotes health in many ways as a lot of diseases are partially caused by stress. Massage actually works the muscles in a manner that slightly reduces the need for exercise; it is a type of exercise for the muscles.

Don Rainwater has written many articles on alternative medicine, vitamins, supplements, and natural healing. To visit his site and to find vitamins, supplements, and health books that will help you find self cure through non-conventional medicine please visit



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