Aromatherapy Massage in Surrey
Aromatherapy is a holistic treatment, using aromatherapy massage oils, the aim of which is to produce a physical, spiritual, emotional and mental sense of well being.
Aromatherapy massage provides deep tissue and clinical massage techniques (using one or a combination of aromatherapy & body massage, deep tissue massage, aroma essential oils, massage therapy) to aid the relief of back pain, sciatica, insomnia, Rheumatism, Fertility problems, IBS, MS, ME, Anaemia, Sluggish digestion, Blood Pressure, Poor circulation, Anxiety, Depression, Menopause, Sprains, Stiffness, Alopecia, Acne, Cellulite, Eczema, Arthritis, sport related injuries.
Due to the rate of modern living, each day sees a further increase in the number of people suffering from the effects of stress. Noise, air pollution, financial problems, uncertainty about the future, all contribute to the general stress situation from which there is no escape.
Since massage affects circulation of the blood, the muscles, the nervous system, and organs of the body, in addition to being a most effective treatment for symptoms arising directly from stress situations, massage can greatly reduce pain in many arthritic and rheumatic conditions, it can hasten a number of the body's processes for healing, and actually change a person's psychological mood.
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About Aromatherapy Massage in Surrey
Is it a Science or Fiction? Alternative or Complementary Medicine such as Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Acupuncture and Homeopathy, which apart from being used for thousands of years, have known scientific basis and have been validated by many scientific studies. They are as the name suggests a form of Therapy or Medicine that "complements" conventional treatments. They emphasizes the need to look at the whole person, including analysis of physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, social, and spiritual and lifestyle values.
Complementary Medicine aims to treat a patient by considering all aspects that make up a person (mind, body, spirit). Conventional medicine treats only the part of the body which is no longer working correctly and fails to deal with the imbalance which caused the problem in the first place. Complementary and alternative medicines use non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical techniques as an alternative to the conventional medicine approach.
It is currently estimated that 3 in 10 local health authorities in Britain now offer some form of alternative therapy to patients and that as many as one third of people in the United Kingdom have tried at least one form of alternative therapy, usually for the treatment of various problems such as backache, arthritis, or headaches migraine.
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Always take advice from your GP before accepting an alternative medicine to your current treatment.