The frequency with which you should get a massage depends on your individual needs and circumstances. Generally speaking, if you have a specific issue or injury that you are trying to address, such as chronic pain or muscle tension, you may benefit from more frequent massages, such as once or twice a week. If you are using massage as a preventative measure or to promote relaxation, you may find that a monthly or bi-monthly massage is sufficient. Factors that can affect how often you should get a massage include your age, overall health, stress levels, physical activity level, and the type of work you do. For example, if you sit at a desk for extended periods of time, you may experience more muscle tension and benefit from more frequent massages than someone who has a more active job. Ultimately, it's important to listen to your body and pay attention to how you feel after each massage. If you find that you are experiencing ongoing pain or tension, you may need to increase the frequency of your massages. On the other hand, if you are feeling great after each massage and don't notice any ongoing issues, you may not need to get massages as frequently. Your massage therapist can also provide guidance on how often you should get a massage based on your individual needs and goals.
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