Welcome Spring With a Massage
Ready for spring? The trees are blooming, and with them come the fruits. Animals awaken from their long slumber, and soils are hydrated and ready to fill the air with oxygen. And believe it or not, your body is also changing, just like the rest of nature. Do you want to know what changes you experience during spring? It will be the perfect time to welcome spring with a massage.
The effects of spring on your body
The days are gradually longer and warmer, and the countryside is bursting with color. All these changes have a direct effect on our health and mood. And the fact is that the explosion of life that spring means in nature also arises in the human body.
There are two very significant ways in which spring affects us:
The “spring euphoria” brings a positive effect due to increased light and temperature. Thus, our body reacts through metabolism adjustments with certain hyperactivity, which positively influences the mood. Thanks to the secretion of pheromones, oxytocin, dopamine or noradrenaline, we feel generally happier and more uninhibited.
On the other hand, we find a more negative facet of these effects under the concept of “spring asthenia,” considered an adaptive disorder. The main symptoms are: tiredness and drowsiness during the day, fatigue, irritability, loss of appetite, decreased lividity during the adaptation phase, or hair loss. However, the effects of spring vary from individual to individual.
What can I do to avoid "Spring Asthenia"?
If you want to prevent and combat five conditions typical of this season, all you need to do is exercise, sleep well, eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of fluids. Also, the possibility of recieving a massage will be ideal to stay relaxed and help your body to enhoy this season.
Welcome spring with a Massage
Reduce stress and increase the relaxation of your body, starting this climatic cycle of the year with a relaxing massage. The relax massage in Chicago will allow you to reduce pain, inflammation, and tension in your muscles and improve your circulation, energy, and alertness.