Skin massage stimulates the production and local release of a neurotransmitter called Substance P,
which produces local vasodilation and an increase in body temperature. The heat softens the tissues and the stretching of the teguments
relaxes their fibers, these two elements induce to increase the elasticity of the skin.
When we give a massage we stimulate the skin and there is a number of effects, the peripheral circulation is activated, the local temperature increases, the cutaneous nerves are stimulated achieving a sedation or toning effect according to the type of massage applied and the values of blood pressure.
The skin changes its appearance after a massage appears more alive, more elastic, and seems to experience a regeneration after the massage.
It increases peripheral circulation and improves circulation of blood and lymph, bringing more oxygen to the entire body and in a certain way to lead to more oxygen, more difficult life for cancer cells that like an acid medium and with little or no oxygen.
We have cited some examples of the effects of massage on the skin.
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