Research Shows Reflexology Supports Mental Health Care

Reflexology research has shown that reflexology aids children and adults who are challenged with mental health issues. The study results are listed below: Aggressive and anti-social children - Reflexology work showed a reduction in aggression, stress and anxiety, and an improvement in focus, concentration, self-esteem, listening skills and confidence. Autism - Improvements were noted in work with autistic children. Emotional support - 30 min reflexology session for eight weeks. Findings included: physical improvements, emotional improvements, self-esteem and confidence improvements, motivation, increased relaxation levels, concentration improvements. Mentally ill (severe and enduring) Schiz

Research Shows Reflexology Influences Physiological Measures

The physiological functions of the body are many. They include all of the ways the organs, glands, and cells work to keep our bodies functioning in a state of homeostasis, or balance. Research has shown that reflexology work can influence the following functions of the body: Alpha amylase (a salivary enzyme sensitive to psycho-social stress) Statistically significant reduction (Dementia) Blood pressure, systolic blood pressure and pulse rate are lowered Blood uric acid level normalized (Gout) Carbon dioxide (exhaled) Increased Cholesterol remarkable reduction Cortisol Significant decrease (dementia) Statistically significant difference (menopausal women) Difference (MS patients) Doppler sono

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