Perhaps one of the most promising uses of reflexology being explored is in cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Miller described an encounter with a wounded military veteran she was seated next to on an airplane. In the course of normal conversation, she mentioned being a massage therapist; the man told her he had PTSD, […]
We all get stressed and before we know it we are in pain from the stress. Here are four tips how to quiet pain cause by stress for a conscious and balance life.
Your thoughts and visualizations affect the world around you — starting with your body. If your goal is the best possible version of yourself, picture that person mind’s eye. Your ability to imagine is most effective when you’re relaxed, so try visualizing your best self first thing in the morning and then again before you […]
Everyone’s stress is out of control! In the cavemen day’s our sympathetic system was out of control when we thought we were going to be eaten by tigers and dinosaurs. In Contemporary time we are fighting the clock and our schedules. The body then produces too much hormone cortisol and epinephrine to keep us calm. […]
When cancer patients face stress, fatigue, or nausea, they may turn to integrative therapies such as reflexology to help ease symptoms. Although each patient responds individually, reflexology can support relaxation and comfort during cancer treatment and offers an alternative to traditional massage. What is Reflexology? Reflexology uses pressure and touch on the feet, hands, and […]