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      Nancy Fox

      Most of us are pretty clear on the fact that Massage Therapy benefits our body and mind via stress reduction and easing chronic conditions. Did you know that regular massage and energy work also strengthen your immune system? Regular clients just don’t get sick as often. Regular massage sessions provide many benefits to the human body.

      It is a well-known fact that individuals who experience high levels of stress are more vulnerable to illness and injury. When stress is combined with sleep disturbances and poor nutrition, the impact is directed at the body’s immune system. Its ability to naturally protect itself against infections, pathogens, and bacteria is greatly reduced. Studies have indicated that regular massage sessions not only help reduce stress, but can also boost the immune system’s cytotoxic capacity (activity level of the body’s natural “killer cells”) and enhances the body’s ability to deliver nourishment.

      Moreover, massage therapy can be a great addition to any exercise program. Much like regular exercise can keep the body fine-tuned, regular massage therapy can help keep the immune system strong and resilient. Due to the decrease in stress hormones, your immune system has a chance to work more efficiently, without impairment. In addition, massage increases circulation and improves lymphatic drainage, which again provide a boost to the immune system’s effectiveness.

      In this season take care of yourself by preventing illness and supporting your natural defenses. Nancy Fox LMP, RC has been offering massage therapy and energy work for 20 years. Appointments available at SkyFitness (Mariscal Sucre 7-70 and Luis Cordero) on Tues, Wed, Thurs and Saturday afternoons. 1 hour sessions are $30, or you may purchase a package of 2 for $50. Book Now! [email protected] 095-885-0832

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