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Thread: Kidney disease and massage
December 31, 2015, 12:33 AM #11Junior Member Registered User
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Re: Kidney disease and massage
Massage is one of the oldest, simplest forms of therapy and is a system of stroking, pressing and kneading different areas of the body, which can help to relieve pain, relax, stimulate, and tone the body.
It is reported that massage is not only helpful for patients, but also beneficial for healthy people. In our body, there are more than 1000 acupoints and by pressing them, our immune system can be strengthened and immunity can be increased.
The benefits of massage for the kidney failure people are as follows:
-Almost all the kidney failure patients have digestive problems, sleep problems, blood circulation problems, and emotional problems and so on. These problems become more and more serious and always become the real factors that affect their daily life. Under such a condition, massage can be applied to help them alleviate these symptoms.
-Besides that, massage stimulates blood circulation and increase kidney failure patients’ immunity to against bacterium and viruses, which can help them avoid cold and infection easily. Cold and infection are the leading two aggravating factors of chronic kidney failure. With effective prevention, acute kidney failure can be avoided remarkably to kidney failure patients.
Furthermore, clinic applications have proved that more than 95% chronic diseases occur due to the poor immunity. So massage is very health-beneficial to chronic kidney failure patients.
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