Massage and Your Wellness – Slabway

Your Key to Wellness

Cindy Bull

Your Key to Wellness: Massage

Are you seeking simple ways to incorporate wellness into your life? Massage is an easy way to do just that. Learn why.

It’s 7 a.m., and you are already running late for work. After a fidgety night of sleep, you scramble to pack the kids’ lunches and get out the door. You rush through your morning routine and then jump in the car. But, the chaos doesn’t stop there. In fact, it is only starting. You begin the mad rush through morning traffic so that you can get to the office by 8 A.M. Then, you spend the day on high alert —  jumping from one task to the next.

How often do you put on the brakes and find the time to take care of yourself? Probably not too often if the above scenario sounds like your typical day. Unfortunately, self-care isn’t a priority for a lot of people. According to the American Psychological Association, an overwhelming number of Americans don’t place a priority on self-care. This is unfortunate because self-care is one of the keys to wellness. When you don’t take the time to care for yourself, your physical and emotional health will suffer.

In the midst of chaos, you can still find relaxation. One of the easiest ways to care for yourself is with massage. The good news is that you can get a relaxing massage right from the comfort of your own home via a professional massage chair. Instead of scheduling an appointment and driving to a massage parlor, simply sit down in the comfort of your own home and letting a massage chair do its magic. After a long day at work, nothing is more sublime than this. The worries of the day will simply fade away.

Benefits of Massage

Besides feeling incredibly relaxing, a massage offers a variety of benefits. It can help:


Relieve anxiety. If you suffer from anxiety, then massage might just help. A recent research study found that massage can significantly reduce symptoms of anxiety.  Another study found that just 15 minutes of massage a day can reduce stress.

Improve sleep. Do you frequently have trouble sleeping? Massage can help you sleep better. The pressure of a massage helps relax the nervous system, which makes it easier to wind down for the night.

Reduce pain. Massage is an effective and natural way to relieve chronic pain. It is much safer than pain medications. Massage works by relaxing painful muscle spasms and relieving tight painful knots that can form — especially when you are sitting at a desk all day.

Choosing a Massage Chair

If you are shopping for an at-home chair, you’ll want to choose the right one. Look for a chair that offers multifunction control. Being able to adjust things like intensity levels, air pressure and vibration will make for a better massage experience. After all, when you go for a professional massage, these things are all part of what makes the experience great. Additional things to look for include a full-body option, comfy armrests, a remote control, and foot rollers.

Don’t skimp out on wellness. Give yourself just 20 minutes a day to relax and you’ll note the difference it makes on your overall health right away.  

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