Thursday, October 30, 2014

On the Art of Masseurs: The Science Behind a Massage in Folsom, CA

The volunteers underwent another biopsy on their massaged legs, and the researchers found out that messenger RNA “told” the body to speed up the rate of repair in the massaged area, which then allowed for faster recovery, as opposed to the other unmassaged leg. Finally, researchers concluded that there weren’t any indications that the massage flushed out lactic acid from the muscle. So there you have it—the scientific explanation on why a typical Folsom massage session feels so good and rejuvenating. While it doesn’t exactly detoxify the body, it’s certainly good to know that massage has the same therapeutic effects as conventional pain-relief medicines.

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