Massage improves digestion and relieves pain
Relaxation mode boosts the liver, pancreas, stomach, and bowel to digest food properly. Manipulation of massage soothes pain.
Relaxation mode lowers adrenaline and the stomach, pancreas, and liver are not scorched anymore. This allows them to function. The pancreas makes digestive enzymes and the stomach makes acid for the proper digestion of food. The liver stores glucose to balance blood sugar. Also, relaxation mode stimulates the peristalsis of the bowel.
When these four organs are working properly then the risk of illness like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diarrhea, constipation, gut rot, acid reflux, diabetes, and hypoglycemia are reduced.
Manipulation of massage stimulates skin sensory nerves to send pleasure signals to the brain to swamp pain signals and close down the pain gate. Relaxation mode stimulates dopamine to dull pain.
Zoe Woods Masseuse