Ø Massage increases the nutrition of the tissues via an increased exchange of fluids and materials.
Ø Massage, via the mechanical actions on the soft tissues, produces a dilation of the blood vessels
which helps to improve your circulation.
Ø Massage helps to reduce the lack of blood and by direct pressure and stimulation reduces pain
due to the irritation of nerves that control your circulatory system.
Ø Massage enhances the elimination of the waste products of your metabolism.
Ø Massage helps to reduce any swelling and contusions.
Ø Massage increases the number of red blood cells in your circulation.
Ø Massage has the overall effect of lowering your blood pressure and reduces your pulse rate.
Ø Massage facilitates tissue healing through the enhancement of circulation.
Ø Massage increases tissue fluid and assists lymphatic circulation thus reducing swelling and
enhancing the immune and filtering activities of this system.
Ø Massage increases both your venous and lymphatic flow