The human body formed during our evolutionary development is almost perfect. We are prepared for constant movement and excellent tolerance to starvation. However, in the course of evolution, the last few centuries and decades have made everyday behavior different, which is a sedentary lifestyle and an almost limitless possibility of eating. The situation is further exacerbated by refined foods, harmful passions, harmful emotional stress, and session entertainment (e.g. TV, Internet). Our hearts and cells work (as long as they can) as if nothing had happened, our blood runs 19,000 km (!) a day, and our hearts contract daily 100,000 times on average. Meanwhile, 100 billion neurons in our brains are able to maintain 10,000 connections each and communicate with 37 trillion of our other cells. Our body, upset by our lifestyle, adapts as long as we can, our weakening muscles and overloaded joints carry our growing body weight for as long as they can. It is not favorable for this situation that we have been walking on two legs for a couple of hundred thousand years, so our legs and spine are under increased load.
If we sit for a long time, our leg muscles are idle and do not help to get the blood back to the heart with enough strength. The seat also causes the muscles in our hips to tense, so we practically sit on our nerves running there many times. The sciatic nerve is a nerve consisting of separate nerve roots starting from the waist. The nerve roots are intertwined in the hips and run down in our legs like sciatic nerves. The organization responds to the many sessions, sending a cry for help, which we perceive as pain. This pain can occur anywhere along the nerve. So many sessions can cause cardiovascular and nerve problems at the same time. If you feel a little familiar with the above, visit our Physiotherapy for Weight Loss and even our Anti-Aging page.
If we do sedentary work or sit too much, we will sooner or later have to face the above problems. Thai massage can help with both problems. In this case, we would primarily need muscle strengthening, which stabilizes the body. Furthermore, by massaging, the muscles around the nerve can be pressurized so that the nerve can move more easily between the muscles. Massage also initiates the body’s self-healing processes by producing the hormone oxycotin. Numerous medical articles report that oxycotin helps and plays an important role in the treatment of cardiovascular and nervous system problems. Although these scientific insights are new, massage and Thai massage can go back thousands of years.