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The Arthritis Foundation Reveals the Multiple Benefits of a Massage

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Orlando, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/17/2015 -- A massage is one of the activities that people usually resort to after a tiring day from work. It is also a past time that allows people to bond with their friends while pampering themselves. There are many reasons why getting a massage is still very popular nowadays. It is also a great remedy for individuals who are suffering from arthritis pain.

The Arthritis Foundation reveals the multiple benefits of a massage. These health benefits may vary, but they are nonetheless advantageous to sufferers. There are several arthritis sufferers who reported their positive experience from getting a massage.

"There are sufferers with pain that is very difficult to manage. In addition to pain, they also suffer from stress that comes along with it," said VitaBreeze Supplements spokesperson, Michelle O'Sullivan.

According to arthritis sufferers, they have been using massage as a therapy for sore muscles caused by flares. One who is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis reported achieving a calming effect on the stress and tension caused by constant pain.

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, or NCCAM, reports that in the United States, massage is considered to be one of the most famous complementary therapies. It is believed that almost 9 percent of Americans are using it. Massage, whether it is performed in a physical therapy clinic, softly lit day spa or treatment room, is used by many individuals in order to soothe their sore muscles and joints. It is also used to reduce their anxiety and get better sleep quality at night time.

Tiffany Field, PhD, director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine, states that regular massage can potentially help provide significant pain reduction among individuals suffering from arthritis. It is believed to be effective, whether it is performed by a licensed therapist or by anyone at a spa or at home.

Some recent studies have been focusing on the effects of massage against arthritis symptoms. It was found that a simple therapy, which was used regularly, has led to improvements in stiffness, pain, hand grip strength, range of motion and overall joint function. Most research studies have focused on the effects of massage in the general population. It is not until recently that studies concentrated on its effects on individuals with arthritis.

In a study involving twenty-two adults who were diagnosed with wrist or hand arthritis, it was found that they achieved a reduction in pain and anxiety after four weekly massages given by a therapist. The massage involved 15-minutes of moderate pressure on a daily basis.

Arthritis sufferers can resort to a variety of measures to improve their overall condition. Natural alternatives, such as curcumin supplements, are believed to be one of the most helpful pain management options among those with arthritis. Curcumin contains therapeutic substances such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties (www.amazon.com/Turmeric-Curcumin-Complex-BioPerine-Bio-availability/dp/B00JA4TLTI).

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