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Reflexology is a therapy that treats the feet in order to balance the whole body. its main principle is that by massaging and applying pressure to parts of the feet knows are reflex area other corresponding and connected areas of the body will feet the benefit . In reflexology the feet and the hand are like mini maps of the body’s anatomy so any body system can be accessed and stimulated by massaging the corresponding area of the foot or hand . The aim is to stimulate the body own healing process in order to keep the body in homeostasis

What it is not :
It is not a foot massage but it uses the massage techniques and works with the feet as anatomical maps of the body.
Is not a medical treatment but It helps to maintain and restore health, can detect imbalances in the body by working on the feet and then works on problem area accordingly to help correct and healing them .

A small list of Benefits that you can get from reflexology:

1. Helps Control Blood Pressure
While we may not make wild claims that reflexology will permanently cure high blood pressure, there is evidence to indicate that when performed regularly, it can help to lower your systolic blood pressure. It most likely does this thanks to its ability to reduce stress and to help you relax. Cortisol is a known contributor to high blood pressure, so anything you could do to help keep it under wraps would benefit your blood vessel health.

2. Improves Nerve Sensitivity
Reflexology and foot massages seem to be of particular benefit in persons who may have experienced diminished nerve function secondary to another condition. For example, people diagnosed with hypertension or diabetes may experience complications due to neuropathy, which results in loss of sensation in areas of the body, especially the legs and arms. This is more frequent in the legs, and can be improved with massage and by directly stimulating the reflex points at the bottom of your feet. Reflexology may also help to improve blood flow to these areas, which would explain the return to function of some of these nerves.
3. Improves Energy Levels
As reflexology is believed to help enhance the function of several other organs, many people report improvements to their energy levels and metabolism to a lesser extent. By improving the function of many accessory organs, the processing of food is likely to become more efficient and you experience a nice boost in energy as a result.
4. Improves Blood Circulation
It seems that one of the most well-known benefits of foot reflexology is its ability to improve blood flow throughout the whole body. Improved circulation translates to more efficient oxygenation of cells, and more rapid recovery following a workout or an injury.
5. Helps Promote Sleep
Thanks to its ability to improve the functioning of the nervous system, it also appears that neurotransmitters are better able to promote sleep and relaxation as nighttime approaches. Reflexology has also often been sought out to help manage insomnia, helping to restore your normal circadian rhythm.
6. Improves Liver Function
Virtually anything that you put in your mouth needs to pass through the liver for processing prior to entering systematic blood circulation. For this reason, the liver endures quite the beating, and needs supports to function optimally at all times. Any decrease in function of the liver could lead to dangerous accumulation of waste matter which would’ve otherwise been removed by the organ. Reflexology can help to reset elevated liver enzymes values, and ensure that substances are metabolized in an efficient manner, keeping your body safe.
7. Treatment For Migraines And Headaches
Millions of people all over the world suffer from headaches and intractable migraines, needing to resort to medication frequently. However, this is not ideal as these medications could carry significant risk of side effects. Foot reflexology can help to reduce the pain associated with migraines, by decreasing the impact of the hormone cortisol on our blood vessels, reducing muscular tension and helping to calm us. Often times headaches and migraines occur due to high stress burdens or lack of sleep, both of which reflexology sessions can help you with.

8. Boost the immune system
The immune system is made up of a network of cells, tissues and organs - the thymus, spleen, bone marrow and lymphatic system - that work together to protect the body. During a Reflexology treatment all these organs and systems are stimulated to help boost circulation and help them work optimally, thereby increasing their ability to protect the body better. Another important factor to consider when talking about the immune system is stress as it plays a part in our immune functions. Stress is related to each and every aspect of our modern day lifestyle.
9. Treatment Of Arthritis
While many people advise against massaging arthritic joints, reflexology works by virtue of reducing the need for pain mediators and the subsequently inflammatory processes. Thus, even if arthritis affects your wrist, foot reflexology will still help to reduce the pain you experience. People that routinely use reflexology report up to 40% decrease in painful symptoms, and less need for medication.

10. Useful For Depression
While depression is frequently caused by an imbalance of neurotransmitter levels, lack of sleep or high anxiety and stress levels can induce a state similar to depression. A foot massage and reflexology performed twice-weekly can help to minimize these symptoms, especially when under high stress. Reflexology is even preferred over medication when treating postmenopausal women who may not necessarily need potent drugs, but just a natural way to optimize hormonal and brain chemistry.

11. Chronic Sinusitis
While migraines are attributed to dilated blood vessels under the surface of the scalp, sinus congestion is also caused by a similar mechanism. This is more likely if you suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma. Breathing becomes harder, and you find yourself unable to partake in physical activity. Foot reflexology can help to relieve symptoms of sinusitis, allowing you to breathe easier and not have to rely on medication all the time.
12. Helps Reduce Swollen Feet
Feet can become swollen for a number of reasons including high blood pressure, heart failure, kidney disease or even pregnancy. Regardless of the cause, you need to find a way to remove excess fluid that is pooling in your feet and ease the discomfort.
Foot massages are advised during pregnancy for this exact reason, as anything that promotes circulation will generally help to reduce swelling of the feet. Reflexology, in addition to improving the circulation will also stimulate diuresis and enhance kidney function, so that the salt balance of the body remains optimal.

13. Reduces Symptoms Of PMS
Many women experience symptoms of PMS just before their monthly menstrual period, occurring with emotional disturbances, irritability and fatigue. While foot reflexology is not the cure for these symptoms, it does help in dealing with them, often reducing their severity and shortening the length of time you experience them.
14. Cleans the body of toxins and impurities
The body has built-in mechanisms for cleaning itself, mainly the Lymphatic excretory and integumentary system (lymph nodes, the kidneys and colon and the skin) : if these become blocked or functions improperly ,toxins and waste matter build up. A healthy body is like healthy home. You have to take the garbage out regularly: reflexology causes all the systems of the body to function more efficiently, including those that eliminate waste products.
15.Helps infertility (just a really small introductions)
If you are trying to conceive naturally, reflexology can help to regulate your menstrual cycle, stimulating ovulation by working the reflexes associated with the reproductive system . Balance hormones by working the endocrine system.

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