What Is Reflexology Good For?

When applied by professionals, this ancient form of  massage is able to aid in  several aspects of  relaxation, improved  wellness, and pain relief.

1. Encourages Relaxation – Reflexology can flood the neural pathways with relaxation, inducing a state of peace and tranquility within the body and mind. This  physiological change results in the reduction of stress.

2. Promotes Nervous System Stimulation – Open neural pathways benefit our central nervous system in a variety of ways. The brain is able to handle inputs  more effectively, essentially speeding up cognitive  strengths; thus, increasing the speed  of physical reactions, which boosts your memory.

3. Relieves Migraines and Headaches – Reflexology is often sought after  by people in pain, because reflexology can reduce the severity of migraines and headaches by increasing blood flow and relieving muscle tension.

4. Revitalizes Nerve Function – Nerve endings lose sensitivity in parts of our body as we age (more so in the extremities). Reflexology has been associated with the stimulation of more than 7,000 different nerve  endings during a 1-hour session, naturally increasing nerve functioning and reactivity.