Feeling the Knots in your back and shoulders? Consider Adequate Hydration with Massage Therapy!!
Jun 17, 2016
As the season changes it is important to maintain adequate hydration. Muscles and tissues require lots of fluids as well as good wholesome nutrition to function properly and to avoid spasms and sprains. When we work or exercise hard our muscles build up lactic acid. This is normal, but often can become lodged within the tissues when spasms or strains occur. This creates those painful “knots” we often experience that can shorten our range of motion as well.
Massage therapy can release these pockets of lactic acid and return muscles to their optimal best functioning. If left unattended, lactic acid can become more toxic to the body. This causes an inflammatory response by the immune system and the pain cycle advances.
A professional massage therapist will apply the right kinds of techniques to muscles and joints to release tightness, cramping, spasms, and knots. Oftentimes you will only require what I call “regional massage” – working on shoulders, necks, arms, backs, or legs only rather than a whole body massage. These shorter sessions are just as effective in providing the benefits of massage, feel great, and are affordable.
Keep yourself going great all summer, consider a regional or a full body massage to be your optimal best and complete all your summertime tasks with ease and comfort, the bottle of water is on us!!