Massage Therapy Lowers Blood Pressure

The general public's knowledge about high blood pressure is lacking to say the lease. In fact, the condition is one of the most misunderstood common conditions in the United States. There are many common misconceptions about this condition, but the worst of all is that many people wrongfully assume that having high blood pressure results in the development of particular symptoms. The fact is that individuals with high blood pressure often exhibit no exterior differences, and this is why it's often referred to as the silent killer.
Both men and women can develop high blood pressure, however, the risks for both men and women differ due to body chemistry and the changes we go through as we age. Additionally, many people feel that they don't need to worry about their blood pressure until they reach their later years, when in fact, even children can develop high blood pressure. For these reasons and more, it is extremely important to regularly check your blood pressure and to keep it in a healthy range.
One effective way to stave off high blood pressure without resorting to dangerous medications is by utilizing massage therapy. Long-term studies have shown that a consistent massage programs can decrease diastolic and systolic blood pressure; decrease salivary and urinary cortisol stress-hormone levels; and lower sources for depression, anxiety and hostility, as well as many other benefits.
Lower depression, anxiety, and overall hostility
Keeps stress hormone levels under control
Lowers the odds of having a heart attack
Decreases the chances of kidney failure
Greatly reduces the chances of suffering a stroke
If you or someone you know is looking for a healthy, all-natural, drug-free way to help lower elevated blood pressure levels, a regular massage therapy regime at Back In Balance Massage & Bodyworks may be just the tool you've been searching for!
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