Editor: Yael Rosenberg, RN, B.S.H
Two schools of thought dominate the practice of reflexology. One is the theory that reflexology releases the flow the Qi or invisible energy flow that is blocked. Qi flow that is stagnant produces illness and lack of well being.
Another belief is that the controlled pressure and manipulation of the feet and hands can release pain and stress. Scientists conjecture that the stimulation of the nerves in the feet and hands sends signals to the brain to release neurotransmitters or chemicals such as endorphins which are the bodys natural pain and stress relievers.
Statistical studies show the following:
In the United States, the use of reflexology has been rising. Reflexology is one of the top sixteen alternative treatments offered in the United States hospitals.
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