Indications for Reflexology

...for Foot Reflex Zones-Treatment and Reflex Zone Therapy.

Let’s look a bit further into which benefits Foot Reflexology has been repeatedly related to over the years:

Nerve Function: Soft Stimulation of the nerves helps to reduce stress, muscle contractions and therefore allow more flexibility in tight joints.

Energy Levels: Reflexology can increase metabolism and energy creation processes within the body, by aligning the functioning of various organs and muscle systems. If you need an energy-boost, or are often feeling lethargic, then a reflexology session can help put some spring back in your step.

Circulation: One of the most well-known and verified benefits of reflexology is the enhancement of circulation throughout the body. By improving the efficiency of oxygen transportation throughout your blood, you can optimise the functioning of your vital organs. This can result in faster healing and re-growth of damaged cells.

Relaxation: Reflexology is known to open additional neural pathways, which can lead to a more relaxed state for your mind and body, inducing sense of calm and reducing overall stress levels. Reflexology can help reduce sleep disorders (such as Insomnia) by allowing your body to relax and get back to its normal, healthy daily rhythms.
Migraines and Headaches: Reflexology as an analgesic treatment, can reduce the severity of migraines and headaches, simply by relieving tension in the muscles that can frequently result in these conditions. Any headaches made by stress can also be eliminated, since stress and psychological factors often manifest in the physical symptoms of a migraine. This is really one of the most popular applications of reflexology.

Toxin Removal: Reflexology has been shown to improve bladder function and to reduce urinary tract issues. This promotes more efficient methods of eliminating toxins and other foreign substances from your body, helping to protect against various diseases and health conditions that can results from a compromised urinary system.
Nervous System Stimulation: By opening neural tracts, Reflexology can benefit our central nervous system in a variety of ways. Not only will our brain be able to handle inputs more effectively, thereby speeding up our cognitive powers, but our physical reactions will become more rapid, our memory will be boosted, and commonly, our entire brain will simply work better and faster.

Speeds Healing: The combination of increased nerve activity and circulation, as well as the more balanced functioning of the metabolism, means that cells re-grow faster and wounds are able to heal faster. The pain-relieving qualities of reflexology mean that patients feel better faster, and are more willing to start physical recovery to get back into life.
Menstruation Pains, PMS, Pregnancy: Reflexology can be very beneficial for women, particularly with Menstruation Pains, Post Menstrual Syndrome and Pregnancy (after 4. months). It can reduce the chances of post-partum depression after giving birth and can also help a woman’s body heal itself faster and get back to its normal metabolic activity quickly.
Although research on reflexology is scientifically unprovable, thousands of years of tradition and reports of success speak rather loudly. That being said, reflexology should be considered as a supplemental treatment to formal medical advice.  

Worldwide, thousands of alternative physicians around have been using reflexology with surprisingly positive results. If there are alternative treatments to treating more than three dozens of common health conditions affecting various parts of the body, isn’t it worth getting a foot therapy or a reflexology treatment on the ears and skull?