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Will Massage Help Me?
Since complementary therapies treat the whole person (the holistic approach) and not just the symptoms, most people will benefit.  Massage can help with  digestive, circulatory, respiratory, visceral  muscular and joint problems, as well as with emotional tension. Named conditions such as insomnia, sinusitis, migraine, depression and many others, have all been helped with these therapies.  When a person is more relaxed, they cope with their everyday problems, stresses and strains in life, in a much more positive way.  These direct   benefits, combined with the psychological benefits of feeling cared for, soon produce a marvelous feeling of well-being, that you hear and read  so much about.
Massage for Women ...

According to the Prince of Wales’ Foundation for Integrated Health publication Complementary Healthcare, a Guide for Patients, massage is commonly used for pain relief, muscular or joint problems (such as arthritis) and for more general health improvement. They  also point out its use in stress-related conditions (such as insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, and chronic fatigue). The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) quotes a report suggesting that massage may be useful for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. There is also evidence that it may be useful  for people with depression or acute or short-term anxiety.