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What is Reflexology

Reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet & hands. It’s based on a theory that these body parts are connected to certain organs and body systems. Reflexologists believe that applying pressure to these parts offers a range of health benefits.

People who practice this technique are called reflexologisits.

What's reflexologis?

it is a type of massage that involves applying different quantities of pressure to the baseshands, and cognizance. It’s grounded on a proposition that these body corridor are connected to certain organs and body systems. People who exercise this fashion are called reflexologisits.
Reflexologists believe that applying pressure to these corridor offers a range of health benefits.

Read on to learn further about how reflexology works and whether it’s worth a pass.

The benefits of Reflexology 

Reflexologi is linked to many potential benefits, but only a few of them have been evaluated in scientific studies.

So far, there’s limited evidence that reflexology may help to:

  • reduce stress and anxiety
  • reduce pain
  • lift mood
  • improve general well-being

In addition, people have reported that reflexologiy helped them:

  • boost their immune system
  • fight cancer
  • get over colds and bacterial infections
  • clear up sinus issues
  • recover from back problems
  • correct hormonal imbalances
  • boost fertility
  • improve digestion
  • ease arthritis pain
  • treat nerve problems and numbness from cancer drugs (peripheral neuropathy)

Is reflexology safe to try?

Generally, reflexology is veritably safeindeed for people living with serious health conditions.

It’s noninvasive and comfortable to admit, so it may be worth trying if it’s commodity you ’re interested in.

still, you should talk to your croaker first if you have any of the following health issues

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- circulatory problems in the bases
- blood clots or inflammation of your leg modes
- gout
- Bottom ulcers
- fungal infections, like athlete’s bottom
- open injuries on your hands or bases