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Foot Pain. Body aches and pains. Aching joints and bones. Sleepless nights. Work stress. Busy schedules. Migraine tension. Sinus congestion. PMS symptoms. Digestive issues. Anxious thoughts. Low feelings.
Need a lift?
Sometimes we just need a little lift from time to time, and foot reflexology is exactly what’s needed to naturally help decrease stress and tension while giving our well-being a boost.
Reflexology is the physical act of applying pressure, using thumb and hand techniques, to reflexes in the feet that correspond to other parts of the body. It promotes relaxation, improves circulation, reduces pain, soothes tired feet, and encourages overall healing by bringing the body back to a balanced state. To learn more about how reflexology works, click here.
Research shows that reflexology can:
- Reduce stress, tension & anxiety
- Increase blood and lymphatic flow
- Reduce pain
- Normalize body functions
- Cleanse body of toxins
- Balance all body systems
- Improve sleep patterns
Please visit the Benefits of Reflexology page to learn more about how reflexology:
- Improved symptoms of PMS
- Proves to be an effective treatment for migraines
- Helps reduce pain, fatique, and nausea in patients living with cancer
- Shows significant differences in blood flow to the feet for Type II diabetics
- Improves quality of life for palliative patients
- Alleviates symptoms of coronary heart disease
- Shows improvements in gastrointestinal symptoms
- Lessen blood pressure and pain for senior citizens
Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. Reflexology is an effective tool for managing this stress, which translates into:
- Decreased anxiety
- Enhanced sleep quality
- Greater energy
- Improved concentration
- Increased circulation
- Reduced fatigue
Research defines reflexology's role as a complement to medicine and an enhancement to quality of life.
Source: Kunz, Kevin and Barbara, The Complete Guide to Reflexology, RRP Press, 2005