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What is Reflexology?

Reflexology (In summary)

Mostly associated with being a treatment for the feet and for relaxation and stress relief, Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas of the feet, hands and ears.

What may not be known is that points of the foot, hand and ear, are connected to the organs, areas and systems of the body through the central nervous system. These points are called reflexes and applying pressure to them can cause the corresponding area to relax which encourages healing.

The corresponding areas are detailed on a series of charts which are studied, along with muscle manipulation and pressure techniques by reflexologists and can commonly be combined with other hands on therapies such as massage.

What happens during a reflexology treatment?

As with all therapies, you will first be required to have a consultation with your refle…

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Foods that help you get a good nights sleep

We all know the incredible benefits of a good nights sleep and often we have also experienced the horrible sluggish feeling that comes with not getting enough shut eye.

Various studies show that we should get between 6 - 8.5 hours sleep each night; but how can we make sure we nod off to dreamland each night?

Having a night-time routine can be of massive benefit, as can switching off from technology for a few hours before bedtime to prevent your brain being stimulated by the blue light emissions, but if you are having trouble letting your body shut down, before you reach for the sleeping pills, why not check out some of the natural sleep aids that can help you drift off…

Bananas

Most people will enjoy a banana during the day as they appreciate the boost of energy that they can give us, which is often wh…

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8 WAYS TO HELP DEPRESSION WITH FENG SHUI

By Kathryn Weber

A recent study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that there has been a dramatic increase in suicide among US teens, particularly teen girls, whose suicides rates roughly doubled between the years of 2007 and 2015. This 50% increase is merely a reflection of what many people today are coping with: depression. The bedfellow for depression? Hopelessness.

Both of these are symptomatic with societal ills such as stress, anxiety, disconnection, and lack of a positive feeling for what the future holds.

Many times, depression and hopelessness can be rooted in a lack of purpose or fulfillment. And, at one time or another, almost everyone has experienced some sort of despondency, whether through health worries, relationship or job difficulties or problems that seem insurmountable. I know I have gone through my own low periods. A period…

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