Here’s Why It’s Very Important For You to Massage Your Feet Before Going to Bed

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Here’s Why It’s so Important For You to Massage Your Feet Before Going to Bed

 When was the last time you’ve visited your massage therapist?

How did it go? – Oh that felt good!

 

 

Massage is the best relaxation technique since forever.

It has very positive effect on your overall health and the best thing is that you can do it yourself.

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 Here’s Why It’s so Important For You to Massage Your Feet Before Going to Bed

If you didn’t know by now, massage:

– Improves the blood flow

– Stimulates the secretion of sweat

– Reduces fat

– Accelerates the blood flow through the issue

– Eliminates those acids that could cause cramps

– Affects the relaxation and muscles stretch

– Other benefits

How massaging your feet is connected to this?

Applying pressure on specific points of the feet affect the treatment of various diseases.

It really helps the organs to improve and maintain their good work for the organism.

It’s recommended to massage your feet every night before you go to bed.

The treatment shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes. In fact, the treatment is successful if it lasts 10 to 15 minutes.

If you didn’t skip your biology classes, I know I did, a very large number of nerve endings are concentrated exactly on the soles.

Their opposite ends are spread like a spider web all over your body.

Feet massage means healing.

massage your feet

When you massage them you are doing more than just stimulating your feet.

You are stimulating the work of other parts of the body.

Pressing your thumbs on specific points will do the trick for every single organ to get the special treatment.

With that being said, we can clearly see why our feet play a huge role in the nervous system of the body.

Press firmly on the specific point for a few seconds and you are good to go to the other point.

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