It seems like massaging techniques have been used since forever, and probably even the first people on Earth enjoyed it.
A good massage is considered to be the ultimate relaxation technique because of its awesome effect on overall health. Plus, you do not need anyone to do it for you, because you can always do it yourself.
Massages are more than awesome. Here is what this ancient relaxing technique can do for you:
- Melt stubborn fat
- Reduces acid that trigger cramps
- Stimulates blood flow through tissues
- Improves blood circulation
- Make you sweat
- Works your muscles
- Relaxes your body and mind
Your feet may get less attention than any other part of your body, but they sure deserve more care, as they take you anywhere. You can fantasize about those long, pearly beaches, but it is only your feet that will take you there.
You better pamper your feet, otherwise you will have a greater risk of developing a health problem. A simple pressure on certain points on your feet will help you treat and prevent numerous ailments.
Yes, nothing fancy or expensive. Massage your feet to stimulate the function of your vital organs and keep your organism healthy. Do this every night before you go to bed, and you will never ever have to deal with a nasty disease.
The massaging treatment works only when you do it for 10-15 minutes. You thought that it will take you an eternity, did not you?
If you are into science, you probably know that many nerve endings are concentrated on the soles, and their other ends are spread like a giant web throughout the body.
Now you understand why it is so important that you massage your feet.
Every time you massage your feet you stimulate the function of the other parts of your body. Your feet have a major role in the entire nervous system.
Locate each of the stimulation points and press firmly. Hold the pressure for several seconds, and proceed with the remaining points. Massage your feet before bedtime to heal your body and spirit. Words cannot describe the benefits of this stimulating technique.
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