Reflexology rids patient of edema in ONE Session!! Watch this video clip. It is an irrefutable proof of medical evidence for Reflexology. Through this clip, you will be able to watch how edema in a 34 weeks pregnant lady disappears in one single session of Reflexology.
This case was filmed at the Maternity and Gynaecology ward of the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland, on July 29th, 2009. Continue reading “Edema Disappears in One Reflexology Treatment”
If you want to be a little smarter, increase the amount of magnesium in your diet. The nutrient is one of the most vital for healthy brain functioning, something that becomes increasingly important as we get older. Continue reading “Magnesium helps you stay smart, and improves memory”
Sensible walking shoes, designed to give us additional support, are the very worst thing for our knees, and they could increase our chances of developing osteoarthritis. Instead, shoes that have flexible soles, and even flip-flop sandals, are kinder on our joints, a new study has discovered. Continue reading “Walking shoes are bad for our knees”
What is Stress?
To understand the need for stress management, we must first understand stress. When a person is in danger, the body reacts, preparing to defend itself. The heart rate increases, blood pressure climbs higher, breathing becomes faster and blood flows to the muscles. This is great if a fierce dog is chasing you, because it gives you additional energy to get out of harm’s way. Unfortunately, the body reacts in the same way in response to daily problems and changes and over time this causes issues. Continue reading “How To Relax More Worry Less – Stress Management Tips Techniques”
Research demonstrates that cancer patients who receive reflexology work experience significant improvements in physical and emotional symptoms, being provided with help in the management of symptoms and the side effects of chemotherapy.
That research is reported here in Medical Application of Reflexology: Findings in Research about Cancer by Barbara & Kevin Kunz.
Studies from eleven countries show improvements for patients during all aspects of the cancer experience. Link to buy the book below.
- Chemotherapy Symptoms are lessened for cancer patients receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy when reflexology is applied. Results from research show patients experience decreases in nausea, vomiting, anxiety, fatigue and depression.
- Management of symptoms during cancer care Management of symptoms is improved for cancer patients receiving reflexology as demonstrated by research. Lessened pain, anxiety, stress, nausea and depression was realized by hospitalized patients with implications for use of reflexology at home by trained family members.
- Post-operative care Studies show that reflexology application post-operatively results in lessened pain and anxiety for cancer patients.
- Palliative/hospice care Reflexology use for cancer patients in hospice or palliative care helps reduce physical and emotional symptoms, alleviate fatigue, improve quality of sleep as well as providing a method to experience a helping presence when applied by a family member.
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The thyroid, a small butterfly-shaped gland at the base of your neck, is probably one of the most important glands in your body. It helps control heart rate, body temperature and regulates how fast we use energy from food. It also affects your appetite, mood and weight.
It is extremely sensitive and can be affected by vitamin and mineral deficiencies, smoking, environmental toxins and prescription drugs. It’s therefore hardly surprising that thyroid problems affect as many as one in six people over the age of 55. Continue reading “Could your thyroid be at the root of your health problems?”