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Facial - sinus massage can be a stand-alone massage or can be incorporated into a longer full Raindrop Therapy massage experience. The face has numerous nerves and blood vessels that can benefit from facial – sinus massage. As a result, a good facial massage can help treat many different conditions that affect the facial area.
~ Facial massage decreases anxiety and can improve a negative mood, according to a study conducted by the User Science Institute. Psychological tests administered after 45 minutes of facial massage showed significant improvements in both mood and anxiety levels. A relaxing facial massage may just help reduce psychological distress.
~ Daily stress often results in tension building up in facial muscles. Foreheads furrow and lines form between the brows and along the lip line. Gentle, routine facial massage can help relax these tight and drawn muscles, decreasing the lines that they form. Massage combined with a hydrating moisturizer can also help minimize lines and dryness.
Relieves Sinus Congestion in Allergies
~ Therapeutic sinus massage can aid in the relief of allergy symptoms. A buildup of mucus in the sinus areas can result in pressure, puffiness and headaches. Steam inhalation and gentle massage helps to mobilize secretions, improve drainage and relieve congestion.
Detoxifies the Body
~ The lymphatic system plays a key role in health. Lymph is a clear fluid that removes toxins from the body. It's filtered through the lymph nodes, then moves into the blood stream where toxins can be eliminated. Muscle movement is needed to push lymph fluid through the body. A lack of movement can result in a sluggish lymphatic system and a buildup of toxins. Many lymph nodes are scattered throughout the facial area, especially along the edge of chin and jawline. Massaging the face stimulates the lymphatic vessels and facilitates toxin elimination from the facial area.
Relieve Sinus Infections and Allergies
~ The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine reports that these ducts and vessels help transfer white blood cells and antibodies throughout your body and to your organs. This can help strengthen your immune system and combat infections. Using lymphatic facial massage helps give your lymph system a tune-up. This can help relieve sinusitis and hay fever allergies.
Relieve Bell's Palsy
~ According to the University of Michigan Health System, Bell's palsy is a paralysis or weakness of the muscles of the face. It usually occurs on just one side of the face and can make the person's face appear like it is drooping. This condition usually relieves itself in a few weeks, but facial massage can help relieve some of the symptoms related to the condition. Facial massage can be used to stimulate the facial nerves to help relieve symptoms such as irritating facial twitching. Facial massage can also help treat problematic spasms of the face or eyelids.
Relieve Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
~ TMJ is a condition that causes one or both sides of the jaw to pop or make sounds. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, this condition can cause headaches, earaches and toothaches. It can also cause limitations in how wide the mouth can open or difficulty with chewing. Facial massage can be a beneficial treatment option, reducing muscle spasms, offering pain relief and reducing the number of recurring symptoms.
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