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Deep tissue massage is often mistaken with Swedish massage or a shiatsu type of massage due to the similarity in the names. Deep tissue massage uses strong, long strokes that reach deeper into the muscles than other types of massage do. Many folks believe it is best done with no lubricant because doing so can lead to soreness. However, this is simply not true!<br/><img width="333" src="https://www.mynaturalhealer.com/wp-content/uploads/Hidden-Treasures-Logo-1.jpg" /><br/><br/>Deep tissue massage and Swedish massages are two completely different forms of massage therapy. They use some of the identical gentle strokes, but they differ greatly when it comes to how much pressure is used and the length of time the strokes are utilized. It's not uncommon to occasionally have a bit of soreness from a deep tissue massage, usually for a few days following the session. The soreness typically goes away as the body adjusts to the new heights of deep tension and stress reduction.<br/><br/>So, what about getting a Swedish massage or deep tissue massage? First of all, they are not always alike. While the Swedish massage has long, flowing strokes and is generally less painful, the deep tissue massage can be more intense and longer lasting. With a Swedish massage, the massage therapist uses long, circular motions that go from the feet all the way up into the mind. In a deep tissue massage, the massage therapist goes right into the muscles and applies even pressure for complete, relaxing relief. Sometimes, the message could be done with a special cream that helps the muscles relax further.<br/><br/>There are many reasons why someone might feel discomfort in one area of their body and not in another. Many times it's hard to pinpoint exactly what is causing the discomfort. This is especially true when the pain is severe or ongoing. If you don't know what's causing the discomfort, it's best to seek out medical advice.<br/><br/>Some of the frequent side effects from a deep tissue massage include a tingling sensation or numbness. It could also cause a flaring of the buttocks or shins. These side effects are often caused by a high number of blood flow and oxygen flow to that area. The increased blood circulation and oxygenation can alleviate pain that is related to inflammation, swelling and/or tingling. Some people experience muscle weakness or tiring. This is also caused by the increased blood circulation and oxygenation, which can help relieve muscle strain and fatigue.<br/><br/>After the massage begins, the therapist will put their hands in such a way that only their fingertips touch the body. They will then use their thumbs, fingers and hands to gently work each muscle group. While the therapist is working each muscle group, the customer can concentrate on feeling the warmth from the therapist's fingertips. As a result of this, some people feel sore after the massage, while others don't.<br/><br/>It is important to notice that the client must relax during the massage therapist's deep tissue massage. A fantastic technique for relaxing customers includes applying a cold compress to the shoulders as the therapist is kneading their muscles. The cold compress will help to reduce the stiffness that has been built up in the muscles. While applying ice is very beneficial, it's important to not forget to let the customer know when they're having too much pain or stiffness to securely allow the ice to stay on the ice. If the pain or stiffness gets too much, it could be time to stop the massage and employ more ice to the area.<br/><br/>The side effects experienced with deep tissue massage can be relatively mild and/or serious. Based on the type of customer that is receiving the therapy, there's a fantastic chance that side effects will happen. <a href="https://squareblogs.net/massage4kenyafelony8/the-benefits-of-massage-therapy">출장</a> For instance, a person that has an injury may be unable to withstand the pain and discomfort that comes with receiving the therapy. Therefore, it's important to ask the customer beforehand if they have the ability to tolerate the pain that's typically associated with getting the therapy.<br/>

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