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 Cold/Flu  Holistic-online.com

Reflexology for Common Cold

Important Reflexes

  • Central nervous system reflexes, particularly the big and second toes, as well as the midbrain and solar plexus reflexes, to expand the mind and calm nerves.
  • Neck and shoulder reflexes to relax the upper musculature.
  • Endocrine system reflexes, especially the pituitary, pineal, thyroid and thymus gland reflexes, for emotional equilibrium.
  • Respiratory system, concentrating on the diaphragmatic reflexes, for general homoeostasis.
  • Breast reflexes for self-confidence and ease of interaction within the environment.
  • Heart reflexes to expand the heart with unconditional love for the self and others.
  • Circulatory, lymphatic and urinary system reflexes for the natural distribution of essential life-forces and the elimination of toxic wastes.
  • Digestive tract to stimulate the appetite and nourish the whole.
  • Arm reflexes for increased mobility and accommodation of the whole.

Concentrate on facial reflexes, especially the nose reflexes, to reduce irritability and to ease mucus secretions and the neck and throat reflexes to release from the grips of tension.

See Also:

 Reflexology for Flu

Chinese Medicine for Cold

Acupressure for Cold

Acupressure for Flu

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