Who can Benefit from Reflexology?
The simple answer is that Reflexology is an alternative therapy which offers a wide range of benefits for many people. Often used to help establish a health diagnosis, support recovery in the body, or just to relax and maintain a healthy wellbeing, this ancient Eastern healing practice is widely used in the West today.
A simple list of those that can benefit from Reflexology.
- Sleep Issues
- Immune System
During pregnancy there are many changes taking place within the body. In terms of timing, during the second or third trimester reflexology can be a useful support for woman, easing the unpleasant symptoms often associated with this time. It is also a wonderful way to relax the mind and body, in itself a wonderful anti-dote to daily physical and mental stress.
People with Digestive Issues
More and more digestive problems seem to becoming more common place among adults, be it constipation, IBS, food intolerance, or other issues. In these instances reflexology is a useful aid for digestion, helping to ease bloating, cramps and abdominal pain.
Reflexology can be a great help for those who suffer regularly with insomnia. Stress in general can create severe anxiety, which in turn can lead to worrying insomnia. Dealing with the route cause, reducing down the stress levels is vital. Regular reflexology treatments can help the body and it turn the mind in dealing with stress, providing deep relaxation that help with sleep patterns.
Reflexology for Colds and Flu
Reflexology can help with easy breathing, helping to clear your stuffy head. In addition reflexology can also effectively boost the immune system, help prevent colds and flu when they do the rounds. This benefit of a healthy immune system will not only help the individual ward off seasonal bugs, but long-term help with the overall impact on an individual’s health and well-being as a whole.
In the round whether you are young, old, sick or fit everyone can benefit in some way by having a course of Reflexology treatments
Something worth thinking about. A form of Reflexology can be traced back in China over 2000 years BC, making the practice of Reflexology over 4000 years old!
A practice that has survived for this amount of years is certainly worth investigating!