Massage helps soothe or prevent migraines and headachesJune 9th, 2010
Tension headaches are often caused by tense or strained muscles in the neck and shoulders that run up to the base of the skull and pull on the muscles that wrap around from the back to the front of the skull. Toxicity in the body can also be a culprit. Massage flushes the body of toxins and relieves muscle tension.
Regular massage relieves the muscle tension in the neck and shoulders and flushes the body of toxins to help treat current head pain and prevent headaches and migraines in the future.
-Rita, Plymouth Massage Therapist
-Jen, Plymouth Massage Therapist
-Jodi, Massage Educator & Anoka Massage Therapist
-Katelyn, Anoka Massage Therapist
-Gabe, Maple Grove Massage Therapist