Your Fit Feet!²

²Hi there! Welcome back friends and readers from the US, and India 😉

Seriously-speaking, you might be one of the people who now believe in using massaging for their feet in order to get rid of some health symptoms.

If this is the case, the good news is that it works for many, and the bad news is that you should have already guessed it. 😆

There are too many reflexology charts are published online to enable you to know the areas that you need to massage in case you feel any of the unwanted symptoms!

For example if you have headache:

Reflexology points: The big toes of the right and left foot, which are connected to the head and neck areas.

What to do: There are 2 different techniques you can do for your headaches:
. If you feel a headache coming on: Make small circles with your thumbs on your big toes.
. If you already have a headache: Wet a paper towel or cloth with very warm water, wring it out and snake it between your toes like you’re getting a pedicure. Make a see-saw motion to stimulate the nerves between the toes and activate the reflexes for your head and neck. Stimulate the big toe for 30 seconds 2 to 3 times a day.

Reflexology
50% Off Select Filtration SystemsNow, you do not have an excuse not to use this chart in massaging your feet; especially when you feel some pain at any of the points that are pointed out on this chart. Of course this does not mean that you do not have to consult with your physician. It’s only a guidance to relaxation and making your pain lighter.

It is simple and you can do it at home without the need to go anywhere or until you go to your health provider.

Taking good care of your feet help your stress and pressure that you face everyday of your life, especially nowadays with all kinds of issues coming like bullets to your face, and you need to respond promptly! 

Best of luck and until we talk again, remain cool engaging with our topics, and with our hugs and kisses

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