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Addressing Anxiety with Massage

Addressing Anxiety with Massage

Elements Massage Glendale

Between Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, email and the daily news cycle, it’s no wonder that the frenetic pace of modern culture can leave you reeling. As a collective whole, we are not sleeping enough and overwhelmed. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, over 40 million adults in the U.S. alone suffer from some form of anxiety disorder.

If you are one of these individuals, it’s imperative that you seek out a healthy course of action to mitigate your stress levels, reduce your anxiety, and arm yourself with the right tools that can help you live a great life. Massage is an excellent form of self-care that can reduce symptoms of anxiety. In fact, massage can even go a step further by addressing several aspects of anxiety to bring about much-needed relief.

Non-Pharmacological Help

Regular massage sessions can impact your body’s natural biochemistry in a good way. The soothing sensation of touch can reduce the production of the stress hormone, cortisol while also simultaneously increasing serotonin and dopamine production, two essential neurotransmitters that can elevate your mood and stabilize behavior.

Touch for Healing
Humans are wired to need touch. It’s part of what connects us to our community and the larger world around us. Positive and caring touch can also encourage your brain to send signals to the rest of your body to relax.

Other benefits of massage include:

  • Nurtures the mind and body
  • Releases muscle knots and areas of tension
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Encourages better sleep
  • Re-centers and re-energizes

Before embarking on a new massage regimen, be sure to talk to your primary care physician about any symptoms of anxiety you are feeling. While massage cannot cure anxiety on its own, it’s an excellent complementary step to decreasing its intensity.

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