Shiatsu and Building the Immune System

by Jan Murphy MRSS at Chelsea Natural health Clinic, Fulham Rd, SW10

An imbalanced immune system can inhibit any healing action and deepen or aggravate many existing diseases. A weak immune system, as a pathological pattern, creates a vicious circle in which the body is more susceptible to the invasion of disease. In turn the immune system gets weaker. Over time, the body becomes progressively more vulnerable and loses its ability to heal.

When bacteria or a virus enters the body, the immune system tries to fight back against the intruder. Shiatsu massage & bodywork helps strengthen the immune system and its ability to fight back against any internal or external pathogen.It allows a weak immune system to be strengthened and an overactive immune system to be calmed.

General Symptoms of a weakened or imbalanced Immune System

Susceptibility to catching colds

Fatigue (including chronic fatigue syndrome)

Difficulty recovering from a common cold that may develop into chronic sinusitis, inflammation of the pharynx, commonly known as a sore throat

Stomach flu, indigestion and lack of appetite

Chronic ear infections that in turn, may lead to symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, vertigo and fatigue to name but a few

Injuries that heal slowly and cause repeated problems (especially sports injuries in the extremities that involved tendons and ligaments, scars may not heal completely even after years)

The body does not seem to respond to treatments for any disease or complaint

As with other forms of massage & bodywork, Shiatsu encourages your blood and lymph to flow around your body, taking oxygen to your organs and skin, helping them to release toxins and stimulating your immune system.

A course of Shiatsu massages would give your health an overall boost, be ready in time for summertime, and for those allergies we at times acquire.

Contact Jan on 07886655705

or use the from below

read for further information.

I welcome any questions you may have, do not be shy – I’m most approachable?


Related posts

Related Posts

    Jan Murphy

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Leave a comment

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.