Effects of massage on the muscular system

Massage has a very important role in the nutrition of muscles, for neuromuscular recovery.

The massage improves the metabolism in the muscles. The muscular vessels are dilated by the release of histamine, increasing the temperature of the tissues subjected to massage which activates the processes of glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis thus increasing the speed of contraction of the muscles
You can see more information about at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gluconeogenesis

Therefore, fatigue is reduced, fatigue is recovered more quickly and muscular activity and coordination are more effective when improving neuromuscular maintenance capacity.

Massage also relaxes the muscles with tensions, which in turn stop putting pressure on the lymphatic and blood vessels.

Massage helps to achieve greater muscle strength, reducing muscle pain.

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