A massage is supposed to make you feel relaxed, re-energized and renewed. It is meant to make you overcome the tired feeling that has accumulated through the many days of hard work as you carry on with your daily activities.
Immediately after the massage, everyone expects to feel amazing but when you wake up from the massage bed, you may develop an ill feeling that will be characterized by:
When you book an appointment with your massage therapist, he will advise you to take plenty of water before and after the massage to faster the detox process. If you ignore the call to take water as advised, the lymphatic system will be overloaded and this will delay the excretion of the toxins which is likely to have negative side effects in your body.
For a deep tissue massage, how hydrated your muscle tissues are will determine the outcome of the massage. Tissues that are well hydrated and healthy will have a better flow of blood as they will feel soft and will also have a spongy feeling. For dehydrated muscles, however, the muscles tissues will be very tight, unable to move as expected and very hard. The blood capillaries that supply blood to the muscles will be restricted and the flow of blood and oxygen to these muscles will also be limited. If the deep tissue massage is carried out on such muscles, what this person will undergo is pain and a more severe nausea as the toxins that were lodged in your muscles are now in the blood but due to the lack of adequate fluids to fasten the process, they will begin poisoning the body system.
The following are some of the means that you can adapt for the prevention of post-massage sickness
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