Positive Effects on Massage Therapy on the Cardiovascular, Urinary, and Respiratory Systems.

Positive Effects on Massage Therapy on the Cardiovascular, Urinary, and Respiratory Systems.

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Positive Effects on Massage Therapy on the Cardiovascular, Urinary, and Respiratory Systems.

Cardiovascular

It dilates the blood vessels improving blood circulation and decreasing blood pressure.
Blood vessels become dilated from reflex action of massage therapy.
Improves blood circulation by assisting blood flow to back to the heart
Promotes removal of waste from the body.
Reduce heart rate and pulse rate through activation of relaxation response.
Increases the amount of red blood cells leading to oxygen saturation in the blood.
Body produces additional leukocytes since it perceives massage as mild stressor.

Urinary

Increases urinary output by activating dormant capillary beds and recovers lymphatic fluids for filtration by the kidneys.
Promotes excretion of nitrogen, inorganic phosphorus, and sodium chloride in urine.

Respiratory

Reduces respiration rate by slowing down breathing while promoting relaxation.
Strengthen respiratory muscles and improves pulmonary functions.
Helps reduce the frequency of asthma attacks through relaxation.

Source: mildred-elley.edu

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