The Circulatory System benefits from therapeutic massage in two of its components: Venous System and Lymphatic System.
In the superficial or subcutaneous circulation it relaxes the muscles and the fascia. This effect relieves congestion that blood vessels may suffer.
It diminishes the viscosity of the blood, by the own relaxation of the smooth muscles of the blood vessels.
The hyperemia created by the massage activates the entrance of the interstitial fluid in the blood vessels.
And as we all know an improvement in circulation implies better muscle function.
The massage therapy collaborates in the Return Venous, also improving the circulatory drainage since it has a positive effect on the venous valves.
With regard to the lymphatic circulation, the massage therapy prevents the stagnation of the lymph that gives rise to the edema. (which manifests itself in many people with swollen feet and hands).
Among other benefits, massage therapy avoids vascular congestion and favors the circulation of lymph.
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