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What is Foot Reflexology?
Foot reflexology is the practice of stimulating areas of the feet that correspond to parts of the body with specific hand, thumb and finger techniques. This stimulation is believed to have a positive effect on a person's health and well-being. It is not massage. We know that foot reflexology is very relaxing, and periods of relaxation are important in our lives. Foot reflexology is not a substitute for medical care. While foot reflexology will help enhance overall health and well-being, a sick person should seek medical attention.
What can Foot Reflexology do for me?
Foot reflexology is relaxing. When you relax, your breathing and thinking slows, which helps to improve circulation, and allows your body to use more oxygen. When you are relaxed, endorphins (the body's painkillers) get to where they're needed. Although many people swear by foot reflexology and can tell you their success stories, there has been very little scientific research into the possible health effects of foot reflexology.
For more information on a possible explanation for Foot Reflexology, and to view a foot chart, see Dr. Norman Allan's speculation on a possible mechanism of Reflexology.
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