Chronic pain has outlived its purpose as a sensation. Pain is supposed to alert you about an injury or trauma but when it comes to chronic pain; it is something you get used to as a part of you. There are many sources of chronic pain which include; cancer pain, headache, lower back pain, neck pain, arthritis, and fibromyalgia. Chronic pain either has lasted in your body too long to be used as an alert, or there is no definite cause for the condition, and the source of pain is a mystery. There are multiple treatment options for the condition, and a massage therapy is one of them.
The condition is called chronic pain, and therefore, pain is the first symptom that you are likely to notice. However, it is accompanied by other various conditions that make it hard to manage which include sleeplessness, fatigue immune system, anxiety, and restlessness. Massage therapy has proved to have many benefits for chronic pain which are:
- It increases blood flow and circulation to all body parts - This way the muscles and tissues get to receive the needed nutrients.
- Enhances the level of endorphin - This chemical is responsible for making you feel good. This way, stress and anxiety are reduced which has a great impact in reducing pain.
- Relaxes muscles - This increases your range of body motion. Pain reduces your ability to move your body especially the joints. The relaxation caused by a massage therapy allows you to move in all the ways you wish. Relaxation causes a significant reduction in pain.
- Mind relaxation - This improves your ability to have a restful sleep and reduce insomnia. You can quickly fall asleep, remain asleep and wake up feeling refreshed and in turn, pain is reduced.
With all the above benefits combined, you are assured that the disorder will be eliminated and you can have your painless life back. For quick results make a point of getting regular massage therapies, and the chronic pain disorder will gradually end.
To schedule your appointment with a certified professional, contact LaVida Massage of Sunnyvale, CA today.