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Massages have so many benefits in the life of the individual. The benefits on pain, anxiety, depression, cardiovascular conditions, sports among others make massage something to consider.
Several of our clients have asked, “how often should I get a massage for anxiety?” The answer lies in your answers to the following questions:
- How available are you for the anxiety massage
- Do you have enough resources to get the massage regularly
- How extreme is your anxiety
- The type of massage therapy preferred
- Availability of a massage parlor for stress and anxiety near me
- Availability of qualified massage therapists.
For anxiety, depending on the stressfulness of your situation, it is recommended that you get a massage regularly after a week or two. This means you can get a massage twice, thrice, or four times in a month by a qualified massage therapist.
What are the best massage therapies for anxiety and stress?
Most of the massage types work on pain, stress, and anxiety. However, there are some anxiety types recommended if you have chronic anxiety or have an anxiety disorder.
Some of the best massage therapy for massage include:
- Shiatsu massage
- Swedish massage
- Hot stone massage
- Thai Massage
- Deep tissue massage
These types of massage help in anxiety and work on the different body parts and stimuli for anxiety.
Massage is a good therapy for anxiety. It has been recommended by several senior psychologists and psychiatrists. It is also recommended in several books on anxiety. As one of the founders of anxiety disorder treatments, I always advise my clients to get a massage either by a qualified massage therapist or by the use of massagers.
Massage therapies also work on chronic pain, stress, depression, cardiovascular conditions among other disorders.
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