Muscle Relaxers And Neck Pain
We all love using computer, typing, researching, even doing such things as sending e-mail and inviting my daughter's friends over for a play date. This however often leaves your neck in agony, and this in turn trickles down to your shoulders, spine, even arms and fingers. Even migraines are caused by muscles being pulled unevenly due to posture at the computer, stiff neck from lack of motion, I even have a friend who was diagnosed with phone strain. She had been on the phone so much while driving (when it was still legal) that she had a stiff neck. I didn't find anything that worked until I tried a neck massage. I simply strolled into a spa and had a consultation. This has relieved so much pain for me. No longer do I have shoulder, spine, arm and finger pain. Have you ever had a massage? Do you think this is something new?
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No, it is not a new medical breakthrough, this art has been practiced throughout the world. Neck massage is one of the more modern types of massage and is based on the ancient methods. Chinese records dating back 3,000 years document its use; the ancient Hindus, Persians and Egyptians applied forms of massage for many ailments; and even Hippocrates wrote papers recommending the use of rubbing and friction for joint and circulatory problems. Massage is the manipulation of superficial layers of muscle and connective tissue. My first neck massage was performed by a massage technician who had her own equipment. She had me sit facing the back of a chair, and had my neck exposed. My shoulders were alternately massaged back and forth for about a minute. After that my neck muscles were squeezed as I relaxed my muscles. I was instructed to move my shoulders up and down, then to relax. This, too was done alternately. My neck was rubbed from the base up to my skull. My first massage took about 10 minutes as it was just a neck massage. If you are having a neck massage as part of a general massage the whole experience will take longer. Are you interested yet?
Next step is how do you find a massage therapist? First you have to research what sort of qualifications you are seeking in a therapist. Your doctor may refer you to one he/she works with. There are so many types of massage, and it is done in a variety of ways with a variety of ancient remedies. Go and consult your local massage therapist. He or she will explain the benefits of a neck massage. Who knows, you may find more than one massage to suit your needs. Neck massage is my personal favorite. Most massages, require the recipient to be on a table, chair, or a mat, and generally unclothed, but may be modestly covered with towels or sheets. If the person is uncomfortable with this, she/he may wear underwear. For a neck massage, you will remain clothed, but should wear a low neck. Are you convinced, if so, ask your doctor, or just go on over to your local spa or salon, and discuss your particular issues, and I'm sure you'll find the appropriate therapist to suit your neck massage needs
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