Massage is an effective method of relieving stress and anxiety and is renowned for its therapeutic effects - especially when combined with aromatherapy oils. With stress and anxiety on the rise, people are looking for non-medicinal alternatives to relieve their symptoms. Massage is one such therapy that has proven effective for a range of conditions and is well worth exploring.
Stress can have detrimental long term effects on the health of an individual, with stress-induced illnesses on the rise. A range of illnesses and conditions have been attributed to stress, including eczema, migraine, digestive complaints, high blood pressure, heart disease, back-ache, muscular pain and depression. Stress can come from a number of sources, including the workplace, personal relationships and family life. Anxiety is closely related and is characterised by faster breathing, sweating, phobias and even panic attacks.
One of the primary goals of massage is relaxation, so the calm it brings to stress and anxiety sufferers can only be beneficial. Using a qualified and experienced massage therapist is essential to realising the benefits of massage. The type of massage you have should also be matched to the condition you are suffering from.
"The anatomy and physiology courses are very easy to use, you don't have to be a computer wiz. The tutor giving the lectures is very good and it feels as if your are sitting in the classroom with her. I like the fact that you are able to pause the films to complete worksheets and that you can go back and watch the films over again. Overall, it's a very good course and well worth the money."
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