It has been well documented that reflexology can help with a wide range of disorders, including the above – as well as many others, including insomnia, digestive problems, arthritis, and stress, and so it’s well worth finding out a little more about how this form of professional therapy can aid an improved sense of overall wellbeing.
Reflexology is a holistic non-intrusive complementary health therapy and is suitable for individuals of all ages. It is based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body. And, it works by pressure being applied to our nerve reflexes using various massage techniques which subsequently improves our overall circulation.
The massage process finds any imbalances in our bodies which are worked on to reduce hormonal or emotional blockages and, this helps us to continue to maintain good health in the longer term. Also known as ‘zone therapy’, reflexology treats the whole person and focuses on preventing further bouts of the illness or condition from occurring again, rather than finding a definitive cure.
Did you know that as a Paycare Policyholder, you can claim back 100% of the cost you spend in the event that you do require reflexology (up to an annual limit, depending on your level of cover)?
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