A Weekly Massage Improves Productivity

A Weekly Massage Improves Productivity

On a daily basis we are faced with the stresses that come with working and living in today’s world.  These stresses can have negative effects on both our mental and our physical health. There are  however ways that you can lower the effect of stress and not only better your health, but improve
your productivity as well.


One of the best ways to improve your productivity and health is with a weekly massage. Different  types of massage have different effects on the body and are therefore best used for specific ailments  or problems. We have put together a short guide that shows various types of massage and how they  can be of benefit to you.
Here are seven types of massage and their benefits:


1. Swedish Massage

Swedish massage utilizes long strokes across the top layer of muscles.  By both relaxing and refreshing the body, Swedish massage is great for relieving stress and improving productivity.


2. Shiatsu Massage 

This Japanese technique uses finger pressure to effect specific points of  the body. A great massage type for relaxation.


3. Trigger Point Massage

Targeting tight muscle fiber that form after injury, this type of  massage is great for knots in muscles.


4. Hot Stone Massage 

A great form of massage for mental health, Hot stone massage uses  hot stones to soothe and relax the body.


5. Sports Massage

 This type of massage is great for sports injuries and can also help boost  athletic performance.


6. Deep Tissue Massage 

Using slow pressurized strokes, Deep Tissue massage is great for  reaching areas of stiffness deeper down in the tissue. It is perfect for relief of chronic pain.


7. Reflexology

Using a hand, finger or thumb to stimulate certain areas of the feet,  reflexology can be greatly beneficial to your confidence.

 

https://www.lifehack.org/363310/20-reasons-why-massage-can-significantly-benefit-your-health

 

https://www.theayurvedaexperience.com/blog/abhyanga-benefits-ayurvedic-massage-benefits/ (Indian)