Massage can help treat the effects of poor circulation by improving blood flow and reducing muscle tension.
Improving Poor Circulation with Massage
Circulatory conditions typically involve limited blood flow to the brain, heart, kidneys and limbs, often as a result of a wide array of disorders. If left untreated, it may lead to significant organ damage or ailments.
are beneficial in the treatment of poor circulation. Massage often improves blood flow, which promotes faster healing of damaged muscles and increases joint flexibility. It also reduces muscle tension and stress.
Rest and/or active recovery: First of all, ease into workouts. If you haven’t been working out on a regular basis, going full throttle right away, particularly with consecutive-day workouts, is going to result and aching muscles.
Hydration is Key
Hydrate: Drinking water during and after exercise helps the body rid itself of toxins, while fighting off dehydration, which can result in painful muscles and excruciating muscle cramps.
Proper nutrition: Protein sources are necessary to rebuild muscle tissue and fuel the function of various cells, tissues and enzymes. Carbohydrates are vital, as well.