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Massages can make you look younger
Massages stimulate blood flow, which is why regular gentle rubbing and kneading might keep your face looking healthy and radiant. Skin care expert Kimara Ahnert told Women’s Health that massage plumps slack skin, encourages lymphatic drainage (moves toxins out of cells so nutrients can travel in), and adds vitality to a dull complexion.
Massages can help migraines
If you’re frequently tortured by migraine pain, you might consider a massage.Researchers at the University of Aucklandfound that those who suffered from debilitating headaches reported fewer migraines and more restful sleep after receiving massage therapy for several weeks. The American Massage Therapy Association has a handy tool to help find an MT near you.