Isn’t this a lovely subject – nasal mucus and post nasal drip? You can learn how to break up head congestion caused by a cold by by knowing where to press on your head! Almost everyone encounters post nasal drip when having a cold. For me, a cold always start in my head, then the pain builds up in a headache, then I can feel the post nasal drip dripping down into my throat and into my stomach. Yuck! You don’t have to suffer, here are reflexology tips to show you where are the pressure points to press on the face and head to help alleviate cold symptoms.
Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui shows where are the reflex points on the feet to help to break up phlegm, mucus and respiratory congestion associated with a cold, flu, or pneumonia in this short foot reflexology demonstration. Here is relief.
Your throat feels scratchy. You begin to cough, then the mucus begins to run! You got yourself a cough that won’t stop. Try this foot reflexology tip to eliminate cold symptoms or beat cold symptoms. Do daily, several times a day, until you feel better. It is suggested to drink plenty of water afterwards.
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Helen Chin Lui is a Certified Reflexologist, Certified Energy Medicine and Reiki Practitioner. She is the founder and owner of the Healing Place in Medfield, MA. She specializes in helping people with chronic digestive disorders. For her free reports “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing” click here or Know Your Chakras
Most of us can’t survive the winter without falling prey to at least one virus, infection or zealous set of cold germs. The phrase “winter wellness” sometimes seems like an oxymoron.
After all, staying indoors in a closed air system makes people more susceptible to certain germs. Winter’s affection for cold, dry air means germs will stay airborne longer. Just like adding layers of hats and scarves, we must add layers of immune support to bolster our defenses.
For many families, the flu vaccine is a viable option, but don’t take any chances. Fortify your body’s immune system by making smart dietary choices, too.
Reflexology is a great natural alternative therapy to enhance the quality of your life. It makes use of massage techniques to stimulate nerves, mostly in the palm of your hand and bottom of your foot. These nerves branch to different glands and organs in the body.
To practice reflexology at home, you must first analyze which nerves need stimulation. For this, you could match the ailment with the right zones in your hands and feet. Once you’ve found the right zone, you could apply pressure or ask someone to do it for you. The pressure is spread to many nerve endings, and opens up pathways of energy that may have been congested. Here are a few common ailments that you could treat with reflexology.