Acupressure massage and Yoga
I know you must be wondering as to the difference between Acupressure massage and Yoga. Acupressure is well-known for its relaxing and clarity benefits. It has no known medical side effects, yet it is still very useful for daily living.
Yoga, on the other hand, which is also known as "Relaxation", has the purpose of working the "relaxed" muscles and loosening the held tissues. It is a widely accepted definition that Yoga helps one to "unwind" and relax.
Massage has been available for over 2000 years. The traditional massage therapy dates back to this period as extended into ancient times. The first documented program of Acupressure was written in China some five thousand years ago. The basic purpose of Acupressure massage is to release tension and pain in a rapid, gentle, and effective way.
Acupressure massage is accepted worldwide as a valuable healthcare alternative. It enhances circulation, relaxes mind, calms asthenias, reduces malodorous blood, regulates weight, regulates blood pressure, helps prevent certain diseases from occurring, relieves certain conditions caused by sun-damaged skin, stimulates healthy wound healing, and stimulates the body's natural healing processes.
Acupressure massage is believed to enhance overall health by stimulating the body's internal healing processes, reducing toxic build-up in the body, restoring body balance, relieving certain ailments caused by stress, maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, maintaining an optimal respiration, lowering blood pressure and heart rate, maintaining good blood circulation, triggering relaxation, reducing headaches, lessening nausea, muscle spasms, fibromyalgia, panic attacks, respiratory infections, rheumatoid arthritis, gastrointestinal disorders, and helping balance blood sugar levels.
Why Massage has the ability to do these remarkable things is not clear. In massage, there is the use of Essential Oils. Essential oils are fragrant extracts from plants that have medical value. In Asia, the application of these oils is the primary way to treat disease and illness. In the orient, physicians began to experiment with the use of these oils in treatments.
The use of aromatherapy went way back to the ancient Orient. some employs aromatherapy to help with the mind, while others use it to support body and spirit. aromatherapy helps in the purging of toxins from the body by reduction in oxygen - which is carried away from the cells by the blood. Therefore, a better method of transportation for toxins is through the body vapor. Therefore, aromatherapy reduces the amount of harmful toxins that are taken into our body.
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