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Tagged: pain relief

Video: Find Tinniutis and Ear Ringing Relief with Ear Reflexology

January 14th, 2021 | pain relief
ear reflexology model

Reflexology Can Relieve Tinniutis and Ear Ringing I found an interesting article in Reflexology News about how Reflexology can help with the pain and frustration associated with Tinniutus. At least 10 percent of American adults suffer from Tinnitus, a condition that causes sufferers to hear constant phantom noises in the ears, which have been described as ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing, […]

Video: Nausea and Dizzy Relief with Hand Reflexology

November 20th, 2020 | pain relief

Nauseous and Dizzy? If you ever felt nauseous and dizzy you know how awful these senssations are esspecially if the nausea, dinzziness is causing you to want to vomit too. Many times sudden dizzy spells are caused by problems related to the inner ear imbalance. Your inner ear is instrumental for maintaining balance, however, when […]

Video: Kidney Pain Or Kidney Stones?- Reflexology Tip

November 16th, 2020 | pain relief

Video: Kidney Pain Or Kidney Stones?- Reflexology Tip A client whose husband who has kidney stones and is in pain, asked me to show her foot reflexology tip to help him find kidney pain relief. What are kidney stones? Kidney stones are one of the most painful and most common among urologic disorders. Each year, […]

Reflexology Can Help to Break Arthritic Pain

February 8th, 2020 | pain relief
painful hands

Reflexology Can Help To Break Arthritic Pain Cycle  I was a guest on “Living with Hope” with Trudy Thomas in November 2013. I thought the talk went well and was very enjoyable. Trudy and I talked about how Reflexology can help people with chronic pain to find long-lasting relief. Catch the show here!   I […]

Healing Place’s Digestive, Pain Relief and Hormonal Reflexology Relief

January 22nd, 2020 | pain relief
holding feet reflexology

Digestive Balancing Reflexology Therapy This is a very effective therapy. This protocol includes working the reflexes for the liver, spleen, kidney, gastrointestinal, esophagus, large and small intestine and colon. By stimulating the intestinal reflexes, this helps to move food content through the entire digestive tract (from mouth to anus) and encourages peristalsis of the gastrointestinal […]

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