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Reflexology also puts our bodies through a natural process of detoxification. If you are not aware of how important detoxification is, please listen up. Toxins are everywhere. The food we eat, the products we clean ourselves with, the air we breathe and the stress we fell all contribute to the build up of toxins in our bodies. These toxins are removed through four major organs of the body, which are the colon, kidneys, lungs and skin. And with our bodies taking in so many toxins these days, whatever the body is unable to eliminate gets stored in the weakest organ. Without effectively eliminating those toxins from our organs, they will eventually cause havoc and we will be led down the path of sickness and disease. In a society that relies heavily on chemically laden prescription drugs, psychotherapy and surgical procedures to “heal” the sick, it is more than time to put matters into your own hands.
One of the most common uses for reflexology is for stress relief. In our fast paced society today, everyone is looking for a way to unload the stress of everyday life. The effects of stress have been studied for quite some time and it is known that if you do not release stress from your body on a regular basis, it will eventually wreak havoc on your body in the form of one of many different sicknesses or diseases. Stress is in fact, a silent killer.
Outside of using it for stress relieving purposes, reflexology is also a beneficial tool for improving circulation, relieving pain, and as an immune and nervous system stimulator. In fact, many people with illnesses such as allergies; chronic sinus problems; acid reflux; migraines; PMS; menopause; insomnia; fertility problems; fibromyalgia; depression and even arthritis report significantly improved conditions as a result of the treatment. Even if you are healthy, reflexology is beneficial as preventative medicine for the body and soul.
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