Electric Handheld Massager Four Head Machine Full Body Neck Vertebra Back Muscle Relax Vibrating Deep Tissue Massage Health Care
Material: ABS Power: 33W Color: White,Grey Frequency: 50Hz Size: 44.5cm x 15.5cm x 14.5cm Working voltage: AC 220V Strength control: 2 Levels Massage function: Vibration massage+Anion
1. The Heat attachment helps to increase circulation for muscle comfort and relaxation. 2. This comes complete with 4 massage attachment heads to ensure relief. 3. The ergonomic design is perfect to use on the lower and upper back, legs, arms and feet. 4. Dual speeds allows you to dial in from a gentle relaxing massage to a deep invigorating massage depending on your condition or needs. 5. This unit packs enough power to thoroughly massage your body, and can travel with you anywhere you like. 6. Best massager for stress, muscle soreness, stiffness, or chronic pain, such as those associated with chronic back pain, fibromyalgia, joint pain, arthritis.
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Massage is perhaps one of the oldest healing traditions. Many ancient peoples – including the Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese and Indians – were convinced of the therapeutic properties of massage and used it to treat a variety of ailments.
Massage therapy (including myotherapy) is the practice of kneading or manipulating a person’s muscles and other soft-tissue in order to improve their well being or health. It is a form of manual therapy that includes holding, moving, and applying pressure to the muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.
The term ‘massage therapy’ is used to describe a wide variety of techniques that vary in the manner in which touch, pressure and the intensity of the treatment is applied.
Massage for treatment of some disorders
Research indicates that massage and myotherapy are effective in managing:
subacute/chronic low back pain delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) anxiety stress soft tissue injuries high blood pressure insomnia. They can also be effectively used to support people with:
a chronic disease a life threatening illness such as cancer.
Benefits of massage One of the immediate benefits of massage is a feeling of deep relaxation and calm. This occurs because massage prompts the release of endorphins – the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that produce feelings of well being.
Levels of stress hormones, such as adrenalin, cortisol and norepinephrine, are also reduced. Studies indicate that high levels of stress hormones impair the immune system.
Some of the physical benefits of massage and myotherapy include:
reduced muscle tension improved circulation stimulation of the lymphatic system reduction of stress hormones relaxation increased joint mobility and flexibility improved skin tone improved recovery of soft tissue injuries heightened mental alertness reduced anxiety and depression.
Different types of massage Typically, massage practitioners use either oil or talcum powder to allow their hands to slip over a person's skin. Sometimes, a sheet or thin piece of cloth might be used for the same effect.
Different types of massage may include:
myotherapy – involves the assessment and treatment of soft tissue pain, injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapy is applied to restore and maintain the health and function of the soft tissue structure (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body remedial – is the objective assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the signs, symptoms and causes of biomechanical dysfunction or injury, using specific mobilisation techniques, in order to restore normal health and function therapeutic – also known as 'Western' or 'Swedish' massage. One of the most popular forms of massage in Australia, this technique is designed to promote relaxation and improve blood circulation lymphatic drainage – a gentle whole body treatment which relaxes the nervous system and aids the body's immune system aromatherapy – essential oils made from selected flowers and plants are added to the massage oil for their particular therapeutic properties. For example, the scent of sandalwood is thought to reduce nervous tension baby massage – can help to treat constipation, colic and sleeping problems. Studies have found that regular massage helps premature babies to gain weight at a faster rate reflexology – based on the principle that certain parts of the body reflect the whole. Reflex points, which relate to all parts of the body, can be found in the feet, hands, face and ears. These points respond to pressure, stimulating the body's own natural healing process shiatsu – an oriental massage technique that aims to improve energy flow by working certain points on the body. The underlying principles of shiatsu massage are similar to those of acupuncture sports – this is an application of massage, not a particular massage technique. The type of technique or treatment applied is dependent on the nature of the stage of training or competition, sports injury or condition and the assessment of the remedial massage therapist. Sport massage is a blend of techniques that aim to enhance performance and help overworked muscles to recover quickly.
Massage – special considerations
There are some instances where massage and myotherapy may not be recommended, or a GP or specialist referral should be obtained, including (but not limited to):
during pregnancy if skin rashes, cuts or infections are present if fractures or broken bones are suspected if the person has a life threatening illness.