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Wisdom Pages > Your Most Sensitive Organ

Stimulate Your Most Sensitive Organ

Before your mind starts wandering, it is your skin that is the most sensitive organ in your body. The Skin is in communion with every organ, and with a multitude of tissues throughout the central nervous system. One square centimetre of skin has approximately 150 pain receptors, at least 25 tactile receptors and 2 heat receptors. The skin is the first line of defense between us and the outside world of microscopic invaders; it is also a link with the physiological worlds within our own bodies.

So if you thought that a good massage was little more than an idle indulgence, think again. Because the skin is in communication with so much of the vital inner workings of our bodies, stimulating it can help activate the healthy functioning of the whole body. Just as good a picture is worth a thousand words, a good massage is worth a thousand vitamin pills.

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