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Massage and Stress Relief

Written By Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center on December 10, 2021

Stress Relief Massage Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center

Whether you’re a manager, office worker, a busy stay-at-home parent, or a college student with a double major, you’re probably familiar with the feeling of stress. It can make you feel tired and run down - not to mention have a serious impact on your physical and mental health. At Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center in Seattle, WA, our professional massage therapy treatments are designed to promote maximum stress relief and elevate your overall well-being.

The Effects of Stress on Your Body

You’re already aware that stress can make you feel fatigued and anxious - but did you know that stress can also have a serious effect on your body? Excessive amounts of stress can manifest as chronic pain and tension in various areas, especially your neck, shoulders, and back. If left unchecked, stress can also cause migraines, hypertension, inflammation, and even increase your risk of developing heart disease. By managing your stress levels with massage therapy, you can preserve your physical and mental health for years to come.

How Massage Therapy Can Help

Massage therapy is a non-invasive, natural solution to many common physical ailments, including the effects of stress. It involves the gentle kneading of your muscles to encourage relaxation, circulation, and detoxification. Massage is an excellent way to reduce tension in your neck, shoulders, and back.

Regular massage can also boost your immune system, improve the quality of your sleep, and reduce the appearance of scar tissue. You will receive a thorough consultation before your first session to ensure that your sessions are optimized to address your specific needs.  

Schedule Massage Therapy Today

Relieve your stress and enhance your well-being with our massage therapy treatments at Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center. To schedule an appointment with one of our licensed massage therapists, call (206) 324-8600, text (470) 236-2225, or send us a message here.


Posted In: Chiropractic Stress Reduction Massage Therapy Stress Relief