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    Massage therapists in Book an incall or outcall male to male masaage session in Birmingham and Coventry


    hi i am offering massage service, you will receive a warm friendly welcome upon arrival. 

    Pelsall WS4 United Kingdom

    • Gavin
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    £ 40 /hr
    • 3 Reviews(5.0)
    Athletic Brazilian Masseur

    strong hands,  good vibes and a very relaxing massage! i m diego a down to earth fri...

    City Centre, Birmingham, Reino...

    • Athletic Brazilian Masseur
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    • 2 Reviews(5.0)

    ben here muscular guy , ft tall i do a hot stones massage to give you a relaxing de-stressing se...

    Birmingham, UK

    £ 75 /hr
    • 5 Reviews(4.8)

    reputation and signature experience! reviews! best way to reach me is by whatsapp/telegram/te...

    Birmingham, UK

    • KAIN1
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    • 0 Reviews(0.0)
    Shiatsu, Reflexology, Sensual Massages.

    july deals. get a reflexology treatment for £.  get a body trim, hair removal,...

    Sheepcote Street, Birmingham,...

    • Shiatsu, Reflexology, Sensual Massages.
    • Short Notice
    £ 70 /hr
    • 9 Reviews(5.0)

    Massage involves two types of response: reflex response, whereby the nerves respond to stimulation caused by a massage, and a mechanical response to the pressure and movement of a physical massage. If you have a job that involves lots of sitting around, such a working in an office environment, a massage can help to relieve postural stress (which usually tends to manifest itself in the shoulder and neck areas). Regular male massages in Birmingham are one of the best ways to counteract the stress caused by all of this sitting.

    In physiological terms

    massage can help dilate blood vessels, enhancing blood flow so that you get more fresh oxygen and nutrients to your tissue, and lowering your heart rate. This increased blood circulation also helps with the muscles too, relieving tension and reducing any soreness you might be experiencing say, from a sports injury. Relaxed muscles are also proven to help increase a person’s range of flexibility and motion. This increase in blood flow can also add vitality to a dull complexion and help aid lacklustre hair by encouraging the drainage of toxins from cells to allow more nutrients to get in.

    There are also psychological benefits to be had from a good gay massage. Studies have found that it can reduce stress levels by decreasing the amount of stress hormone cortisol, stimulate the release of endorphins (which are the body’s natural mood elevators and painkillers), as well as boosting the neurotransmitters of serotonin and dopamine, two naturally occurring substances which can help combat depression and create feelings of happiness and well-being. It has even been reported that women diagnosed with breast cancer were found to be less depressed and angry if they received regular sessions.

    How your brain functions can dictate not only your mood, but how you respond to stimuli, meaning that the way you sense, enjoy and experience life, is directly related to the firing rate and health of your brain.

    Massages can improve sleep

    A number of studies have put this down to how a massage affects the delta waves, which are the brain waves connected to deep sleep, and sometimes be used successfully to treat insomnia. As well as alleviating headaches and even managing to reduce the number of migraines a person may have, they can also boost immunity, helping the body defend itself from disease by increasing the number of white blood cells.

    There are many different types of massage available, so it’s best to research and choose the one that will work best for you. Sensual gay massage can help prevent or aid with the recovery of injuries; deep massages target the deep layers of muscle and connective tissue and are useful for dealing with muscle damage; Swedish massage is a gentler form of massage designed to both relax and energise your body; and trigger point massage focuses on groups of tight muscular fibres, which form in muscles as a result of injuries or overuse.