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Major Body Systems

There are 11 major body systems in the human body.  All designed around a common function of the human body. Let’s review them and they are: Circulatory Organs include heart, blood, blood vessels Lymphatic Lymph Lymph nodes, Lymph vessels Digestive … Continue reading

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Effects of massage on the muscular system

Massage benefits the muscular system in development by stimulating the circulatory system, stimulating the nervous system sensory neurons, and stimulating cell activity. Regular massage in a standard interval will tone, firm and make muscles more flexible. Massage is also effective … Continue reading

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Massage Contraindication

Massage is not a cure-all, how many times should one publicize that one. Massage, however, is safe and beneficial for everyone including infants and the elderly. Sometimes though massage can be counter productive for both the therapist and the patient. … Continue reading

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Lymphatic System Thymus

The Thymus a very important organ in the body especially early in life. The body, early in life, must learn to fight off many different types of bacteria, allergens, and viruses. This is an important organ for the body’s immune … Continue reading

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Lympathic System Lymph

Lymph – The fluid in between cells of the body. It travels the body not inside a closed system but by the influence of other systems. Muscles contract and fluid moves. Defined as a specialized fluid formed in the tissue … Continue reading

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