Obviously I am a firm believer of massage in the workplace, so I will start by acknowledging my bias on the topic. What people may not know is that during the many years working in IT, I suffered from a verity of neck and shoulder issues. This lead me to go to see a GP, chiropractor, osteopath and masseur. While they all helped, what was most beneficial to me was regular seated acupressure neck & shoulder massage which helped me nip the tension and the problems in the bud.
We all know getting a massage feels great. Once your massages starts, the nerve cells in your skin send messages to your brain to release feel-good endorphins . As a result stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline begin to decrease and the other all effect is to boost your mood and give you a natural high. On a physical level the tension and tightness in the muscles begin to release.
This means your awareness shifts so your mind and body can function better. Researches find your mind gets de-cluttered helping you to think more clearly, improve your alertness which leads to improve performance.
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