Thursday, February 26, 2015

Familiar With Reflexology to Health

In general, our health problems come from two factors, namely from outside and from within our bodies. External factors caused by: hit, crash, stabbing, poisoning, and so on. While the factors in the body of bias due to: stress, emotions and others. Both of these factors can lead to disruption of the blood circulation or blood circulation becomes chaotic, causing disruption in the body's chemistry.
Key health of the human body is smooth blood circulation. Muscle tension or nerves can cause impaired blood circulation, muscle or nerve is pinched or change of position will also inhibit a person's blood circulation. So that part of the body will be susceptible to disease.
If all parts of the body gets the blood circulation smooth it all viruses will be driven by the white blood cells of our bodies. The most appropriate way to facilitate the circulation
of blood in the body is massaged. Both reflexology and traditional alike have powerful properties to facilitate the circulation of blood in the body.
For those of you who have a profession as a masseuse reflection, or for those of you want to add to the knowledge of reflexology, through this article I will try to share it. There are several things to consider before you rub:
  1. Massage should be familiar with the entire zone or area of ​​reflection on the human body.
  2. Use a massage oil that is not the patient's skin abrasions when massaged.
  3. Perform massage every other day or three times a week
  4. Each reflection point massage for 5 to 10 minutes depending on the internal medicine patients.
  5. If the massage is too hard and the patient feels pain, then reduce the pressure in the massage and massage move to other sections
  6. Do not rub when patients suffering from infectious disease and the body part injured or swollen.
  7. Massage gently for people with heart, liver, diabetes and cancer. Each point of reflection can only be massaged for 2 minutes.
  8. Give at least one hour after meals for patients to be massaged.
  9. Give water to drink 2 to 3 cups at a time after the patient is massaged to remove dirt from the body with the urine. For patients with severe renal give drink no more than one glass
  10. Do not do massage when you are not in good shape, because massaging requires effort and concentration of excellence in order to massage the results you are doing perfectly well.
  11. Give regular massages to patients who have not recovered from his illness, because there are some patients who recover from the disease gradually after undergoing several times massages. For severe disease usually takes 20 to 30 massage within 10 weeks.
Function some point Reflection for our bodies:
1. Adrenal Glands
Located between the two kidneys, serves to stimulate the supply of glucose in the liver and add sugar to blood, raise blood pressure and increase sexual hormones.
2. Thyroid Gland
Located in the trachea, such as butterflies. Every day produce as much as 150 mg of the gland. 66.6 percent of whom are iodine. Serves to control the rhythm of metabolism. If the gland is less then the face will be swollen, become fat body, and mind into slow motion. If excessive gland, appetite be great, but the body was emaciated, eyes bulging, nerves become tense and restless. When iodine deficiency, swollen glands and eventually became mumps.
3. Parathyroid Glands
Located on the side of the thyroid gland which regulates calcium metabolism and control the amount of calcium in the blood and bone.
4. Pancreatic gland
Located in between the stomach and spine. These glands neutralize the acid from the stomach into the intestine 12 fingers. He also three digestive enzymes, so that food can be digested and then absorbed into the blood. These glands also produce glucose for blood meals and insulin function regulate sugar levels. If insulin is reduced people will be affected by diabetes (diabetes mellitus).
5. Spleen
Located in the stomach area that helps to produce white blood cells and also serves as the blood shed. If there is bleeding, he will soon issue an additional blood.
6. Small Brain
Located at the back of the head that serves to coordinate muscles and maintaining balance.
7. Prostate
Located below the bladder that functions sa water bank sperm. Since the urethra passes through the prostate gland if the infection becomes swollen glands, a person will have difficulty urinating. Her urine will flow back into the bladder or so into the kidney. This is very dangerous because it can be affected by toxins pee. Enlargement of the prostate gland will cause cancer.
8. Nerve fibers Stomach
It is located behind the stomach that function to serve the organs in the abdominal cavity.
9. Lymph Nodes
Lymph is a small protein plasma levels. Lymph channels are closely related to the blood circulation system. Throughout circulation there are many lymph glands. Its main function is a member of foods on blood cells and receives blood impurities. He also issued an antibiotic to fight the infection.
10. Neural Trigeminal
Trigeminal nerve is the largest nerve centers of the brain at the temples. He is associated with the tasting muscle, sweat glands, sensory nerves of the scalp and face, lenders mouth, nose and teeth.

Regional Location of Reflection
It lies a reflection on the head always intersect. Example: left eye pain, then massage her right leg. For reflection zones of the body below the head is always parallel. Example: the left shoulder pain in the left leg massage.
1. Kidney
In the middle of the foot, it was located in, need a massage to be hit hard. After a massage urine will turn yellow or reddish brown and rather smelly.
2. Gastric
On top of foot basin, for the thumb. This area is very sensitive. If touched often feel there is such a small bump. That's feces contained in the second leg.
3. Jaw
Near the tip of the big toe joint
4. Bile
Only in the right leg, in the reflection region lever. If bile rocky or have had surgery can still be felt a small lump that this nerve dirty.
5. Neural Sciatics
On the side of the right calf and on the outer side of the left calf. Kea massage toward the heart. If the pain is severe do not massage too hard or divert blood to the reflection that was in the arm.
6. Adrenal Glands
It lies deep enough, need extra hard massage.
7. Parathyroid Glands
Located in between the foot and the leg side
8. Colon
The right leg is the reflection area of ​​the ascending colon and large intestine transverses the front. The left foot is a reflection area transverses the end of the colon and the descending intestine.

Reflection Point in Our Bodies

1. Headache
2. Ulcer
3. Blood
4. Stimulation of sex
5. Constipation
6. Paralyzed
7. Circulatory
8. Ulcer
9. Memory

1. Eyes

2. Gastric
3. Heart
4. Spleen
5. Eyes
6. Ear
7. Calf
8. Ankle
9. Arm
10. Elbow
11. sleeve
12. Gas
13. Wrist
14. Wrist
15. Gas
16. Arm
17. Elbow
18. Arm
19. The ankle
20. Regulatory digestion
21. Navel
22. Regulatory metabolism
23. Calves
24. Ear
25. Eyes
26. Heart
27. Kidney
28. Stomach
29. Heart / face swelling
30. Eyes

1. Reflection to medulla
2. Eyes
3. Stretches the right foot
4. Eyes
5. Ear
6. The arms and hands
7. Bedwetting
8. The coccyx
9. The tip of the spine
10. Throat
11. Right Foot
12. Prostate ovary
13. Rheumatic
14. Weak lust
15. Eyes
16. Stomach
17. Kidney
18. Lungs
19. Heart
20. Cancer
21. The left foot
22. Heart
23. Throat
24. The eyes squint
25. Heart
26. Stretches legs
27. Stuttering
28. Eyes

1. Large Intestine
2. Packaging heart
3. Lungs
4. Small Intestine
5. Kidney
6. Lever
7. Core heart
8. Restless
9. Reproduction
10. Core palms
11. Stomach - intestine
12. Foot
13. Perspiration
14. Chest / respiratory
15. Stomach - spleen - colon
16. Lungs
17. Palms
18. Throat
19. Large Intestine
20. Heart

1. Over the head
2. Segment two-two
3. Front head
4. Segment two
5. Neck
6. Eyes
7. Waist / thigh
8. Nose
9. Ankle
10. Backs
11. Chest
12. Throat
13. Rear head

1. Loosen the stomach
    Reduce Menstrual
2. Bone upside-down
3. reproductive glands
4. The hip joint
5. Knee
6. The elbow joint
7. Shoulder
8. Organ balance
9. lymph nodes upper body
10. The ribs
11. shoulder blades
12. Insulation between the chest and abdominal cavities
13. Chest
14. Trigeminal nerve

1. Rectal / hemorrhoids
2. Bone upside-down
3. Uterus / prostate gland
4. The hip joint
5. penis / vagina / urethra
6. Bone crotch
7. Bladder
8. Bone waist
9. Lock thigh
10. Lymph node
11. The ribs
12. The backbone
13. Bone neck
14. Parathyroid Glands
15. Nose

1. lymph nodes
2. Lymph nodes are part of the body
3. abdominal lymph nodes
4. Insulation between the chest and abdominal cavities
5. Chest
6. Organ balance
7. chest lymph nodes
8. throat and respiratory tract
9. Tonsils
10. Mandible
 11. Maxilla

1.   1. Bladder
2. The small intestine
3. The ovaries / testes
4. Right Knee
5. The appendix
6. ascending colon
7. The large intestine transverses
8. Gallbladder
9. Lever
10. gastric nerve fibers
11. Right Shoulder
12. Lung Bronchial
13. Left Ear
14. The left eye
15. Forehead / brain
16. centered in the temples of the trigeminal nerve
17. The left brain
18. centered in the temples of the trigeminal nerve
19. Nose
20. The cerebellum
21. Neck
22. Parathyroid Glands
23. The thyroid gland
24. Stomach
25. The adrenal glands
26. Pancreas
27. Intestine 12 fingers
28. Right Kidney
29. The ureter / urethra

1.  Forehead / brain
2.  Trigeminal nerve centers in the temples
3.  Left brain
4.  Trigeminal nerve centers in the temples
5.  Nose
6.  Cerebellum
7.  Neck
8.  Parathyroid glands
9.  The thyroid gland
10. Side
11. Adrenal glands
12. Pancreas
13. Intestine 12 fingers
14. Right kidney
15. Ureter / urethra
16. Bladder
17. Small intestine
18. Ovarian / testicular
19. Right knee
20. Appendix
21. Ascending colon
22. Colon transverses
23. Gall bladder
24. Lever
25. Gastric nerve fibers
26. Right shoulder
27. Lung bronchi
28. Left ear
29. Left eye

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