admin October 18, 2015 No Comments

Massage Versus Relaxation for Breast Cancer

Women with breast cancer who received massage therapy showed a significant increase in both beneficial natural-killer cells and dopamine levels, and a significant decrease in long-term anxiety, as compared to women who received relaxation therapy, according to a recent study.

“Breast Cancer Women Experience Increased Natural Killer Cells Following Massage Therapy” was conducted by staff at the Touch Research Institutes.

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admin October 7, 2015 No Comments

Massage Is Effective

A recent analysis of 37 massage-therapy studies showed that this therapy has a significant overall effect on people, specifically in the reduction of state anxiety, blood pressure, heart rate, trait anxiety, depression and pain.

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