Touch (massage)

Touch

"...has a psychotherapeutic effect beyond simple support and relaxation. Being touched by another human being stimulates endorphins, or feel-good chemicals, and boosts immune function and mood, that is both pleasurable and sublime. It can boost spirits, as well as mood..."

Helen Hawkes, 2016

Furthermore,

"...There is a growing body of research suggesting massage therapy as an evidence-based therapeutic modality of managing sub-acute and chronic lower back pain, and anxiety and stress..."

Australian Association of Massage Therapists as quoted by Helen Hawkes, 2016

"...for stressed-out executives, holding unnecessary tension in the muscles can cause discomfort, poor posture and fatigue that affect peak performance and long-term health..."

Helen Hawkes, 2016

Suitable massage can relieve the unnecessary tension, etc

 

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