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Re: Massage made me feel sick, WTF? It has never happened to me, but I understand this can happen from the release of lactic acid from an intense massage. Treat such an intense massage the same way you treat an intense workout - be sure that you are plenty hydrated before and after the massage.

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Can a Massage Make You Sick? While massages are meant to help people feel relaxed, they can cause side effects. In a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health Sciences, it was found that massages can cause muscles soreness, fatigue, headaches and even bruising.

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Why Do I Feel Sick After a Massage? ... it can build up in the tissues under the skin's surface — the same tissues that are manipulated during a massage. It would make sense, then, that a deep ...

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Massage doesn’t make you ill—but you may feel like it. Because massage releases free radicals that have built up inside muscular knots, some people may feel a bit sick a day or so after a session.

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They tell you where they found the most tension, and what you can do to help it. Then they say “Make sure you drink plenty of water tonight.” Do you listen? I have had so many clients come to me a few days following their massage session and tell me they felt sick for a day or two after with a headache, flu-like symptoms, or fatigue.

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Answer 1 of 17: The first and only time I got a massage (at Canyon Ranch Spa in Venetian) a few years ago, I got really, REALLY sick. They said it was from all the toxins it releases. I drank gallons and gallons of water, slept all day and night and still felt...

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i got a deep tissue massage yesterday, then as the therapist was massaging (brutalizing) my right shoulder i felt sick to my stomach. i went home and about 2 hours later, rushed to the bathroom to be majorly sick. i don't actually "feel" naseous or anything, i just feel my stomach is really upset - why's that??

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When massages go bad. ... The result on me has always been pretty much the same. ... A massage then is a process that often lasts some hours after you have had the treatment as muscles begin to ...

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When you receive massage or bodywork, cell waste (which is already in your system) gets released at a more rapid rate than normal. Your body has to deal with the larger amount of material within the same amount of time, and that is what can cause you to feel tired, sick, or sore afterward.