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Massage therapy can alleviate muscle soreness after exercise and improve blood flow. Check out some other great reasons to book an appointment ASAP.
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via Huffington Post

HuffingtonPostThere’s no denying a massage is calming—until you start feeling guilty for indulging in a little special treatment.

A small new study excuses us all from the guilt: Massage therapy isn’t just a way to relax, it’s also a way to alleviate muscle soreness after exercise and improve blood flow, according to the recent research.

Other benefits of massage have long been touted, but research is usually limited. Still, we think there are some pretty good reasons to book an appointment ASAP.

Keep reading for eight benefits of massage therapy…

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