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purplemom
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I was surprised to search questions for "massage"

and came up with nothing.

Just got a massage today (swedish) and instead

of making me feel better I feel extremely

horrible. Any thoughts on that? It is not any

pain from her massaging to hard it is more a

physiological reaction, increase nausea, fatigue

and vertigo.

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Too much detox too quick.
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You have to have mild massages to begin with. Is Swedish massage more intense than others?

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Drink lots of water. Massage releases a lot of toxins.

Try searching just the word massage, we've talked about it a lot on the board.

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I used to get deep-tissue massages every week or two to help with pain. Now massages just release too many toxins and I feel *terrible* afterwards.

The next time I go in, I'm going to ask my massage therapist to go light and easy.

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purplemom
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I guess I thought it was mild:(

Have to search massage again, didn't come up with anything when I searched in subject line

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Terrible for me, too. I just do lymph drainage and energy work now. Much easier to tolerate.

J

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I agree mild. Lymph massage is gentle.

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It's great for you! Keep it up and the detox will be less and less. You really must drink ALOT of water before and after!!!!
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purple,

i search the word massage up top and did not put in specifics, for entire message, and i got over 500 posts.

you may want to have a look.

it is a great detoxing method as others here have mentioned.

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