Massage for the improvement of sleep quality
Sleep disorders affect many people worldwide, and research shows that about 50% of the world’s population is affected by the problem.
In addition, this problem is not only a disease but also a symptom, as sleep disorders can be a sign of illness, so it is worth taking it seriously.
- Significantly weakens the immune system.
- Impairs your memory, and significantly affects your ability to concentrate.
- Even a bad night can have a significant effect on your ability to concentrate.
- It affects your physical and mental performance.
During sleep, our body is resting and regenerating.
Relaxing and quality sleep can be affected by many factors, including stress, tension due to unresolved tasks, for example family worries, work responsibilities, problems with a relationship or various illnesses, sedentary/ irregular lifestyle.
However, too little or too much sleep can cause fatigue.
An adult needs 7-9 hours of sleep, but this is often not possible, or we are unable to sleep for various reasons.
We spend at least a quarter of our lives sleeping, so if you suffer from a persistent lack of sleep, be sure to consult a professional.
How can massage help?
Massage has a direct and an indirect positive effect on our body, primarily promotes lymphatic and venous return, thus making it easier to excrete waste products from our body, thus improving the blood supply to tissues and muscles.
It relaxes our tight, cramped muscles, reduces stress, and therefore improves our overall well-being.
Mechanical stimuli increase the production of our happiness hormones.
In summary, the positive physiological effects of massage all help you eliminate sleep problems and get your day off to a better start.