“There’s an element of magic that goes with massage,” says Melissa Hulsey, a psychotherapist and massage therapist in Washington, D.C., who has treated many clients with massage therapists who specialize in treating anxiety.
“It’s really a therapeutic tool, and it can help with things like fear and stress, and anxiety, and depression.”
Hulsey says that massage can also help people with chronic illnesses.
“You can give people a lot of energy, and if you work with them for a long time, you can get them into a deeper state of relaxation and relaxation-inducing techniques, and that’s something you can do with a massage therapist.”
For some, massage therapists specialize in helping with a wide range of illnesses, from migraines to insomnia, anxiety, OCD and depression.
“The fact that you can massage them can be incredibly helpful for people who are on medication,” Hulseys therapist tells Newsweek.
“I’m a nurse and I’ve treated a lot patients with depression.
And I’ve seen patients who’ve had a stroke, stroke-like episodes, they’re in the hospital, and they’ve lost a lot.
So, when they’re doing massage therapy, it’s really helpful for their recovery.”
Massage therapists also say that the practice of massage is often associated with a positive side effect.
“People who have been trained for this therapy can have a tremendous benefit in terms of reducing anxiety,” Hulssey says.
“They can actually reduce their symptoms.
So it’s a really wonderful way to have that therapeutic effect.”
The massage therapist’s massage is usually not a routine one, though.
“Some of the most amazing things that massage therapists do is they can actually change the way you think about yourself,” Hensley says.
“A massage therapist can be so helpful for treating anxiety because they’re not always looking for a positive outcome,” says Hulsie.
“If you want to reduce anxiety, massage therapy can be a great way to do that.”
Massages can be used to relieve anxiety, but it’s also used as a way to improve people’s moods.
“Massage therapy can really change people’s perception of their world,” Hilssey says, “and so that makes it a very effective treatment for people with anxiety.”
Massaging can also be a way for people to experience a sense of relaxation, which is important for people suffering from depression, anxiety and depression, Hulssey says; in addition to relieving tension, it can improve circulation and reduce pain.
“We want people to feel calm, so we have a massage,” Hunssey says of the therapy.
“When people have a bad day or if they’re having a bad week or whatever it is, and their mood is really down, they can massage.
It can be really helpful.
It really can help.”
Hulssey believes that massage therapy has the potential to be the most powerful tool for people struggling with anxiety and other mental health conditions.
“My advice to anyone who’s struggling with an anxiety disorder is to get a massage, and you don’t have to do it on a regular basis,” she says.