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Reflexology To Apply It In Your Asthma Treatment
is a healing therapy that works by stimulating the existing
reflex zones in your legs, hands, or ears that are connected to
many glands, organs, and other body parts.
A zone or microsystem is part of the body which reflect
your other body parts. Reflexologist believe that there are at
least fifteen zones or energy flows within human body. The zone,
which ends at your legs, hands or ears - work as a canal to flow
the vital energy. When you have a problem with a certain part of
your body, the problem can be solved by stimulating other part
of your body that is located in the same zone. Stimulation on
those reflex zones will relieve stress and tension, and let your
body relaxed. This therapeutic relaxation will bring your
troubled organs back to normal condition, facilitate a natural
healing, increase vitality, and renew your health thoroughly.
Although most of reflexology therapist focus on legs, arms
and ears have actually the similar zones as in legs to be
stimulated. Arms reflexology uses the same technique as in legs.
While ears reflexology is the latest development in reflexology,
the result of an evolution of auricular therapy or ear
Reflexology can help
asthma patient to breathe more easily and naturally, by
stimulating organs in the respiratory system. In an asthma
attack, the deep relaxation effect of reflexology can relax the
patient and reduce the anxiety, which at the end will increase
the oxygen intake.
Resources of Reflexology
These are several resources on reflexology...
Reflexology: Health At Your Fingertips
by: Barbara Kunz
This book explains how reflexology works pressure applied to "reflex"
points on the hands and feet restore corresponding body parts by
stimulating natural self healing powers and how to do it. Reflexology
features step-by-step sequences, incredible photographic foot and hand
reflex charts, and unique computer generated artworks to show which
reflexes to press and which techniques to use.
The Reflexology Atlas
by: Bernard C. Kolster, Astrid Waskowiak
Refreshingly, the book offers no outlandish promises of healing
or even rejuvenation; instead, it plainly spells out the
potential benefits while reminding readers throughout that the
best results can often be seen when the techniques are used as
an adjunct to conventional medical care. Still, those seeking to
remedy headaches, back pain, insomnia or weak knees might do
well with the solutions featured here alone.
Complete Reflexology For Life
by: Barbara Kunz
This comprehensive guide teaches you how to work reflexology
into your busy daily routine. Featuring fully illustrated
reflexology sequences for all ages and different scenarios, this
calming, relaxing technique will help you forge stronger bonds
with everyone in your life, and bring about gentle healing
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