Benefits of massage in the circulatory system

The cutaneous stimulation, by reason of massage, forms substances and formations of histamine that travel through the blood and lymphatic stream, benefiting the blood vessels of different organs and systems, increasing capillary circulation and therefore the peripheral circulation, all of which help the return of blood to the heart
propitiating the oxygenation and feeding of the tissues, optimizing the cellular metabolism and favoring the elimination of cellular waste.

Lymphatic circulation also benefits. These effects lead to better body relaxation and a decrease in blood pressure.

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