Foot Reflexology: These 7 Points Can Get You Back To life In A Few Minutes

There are a thousand nerve endings on human legs. Pressing specific points located on the feet will help you, not only to relax, but also to stimulate the whole body in an effort to function properly.

Thanks to the miracle-foot massage, you will be able to influence various organs and systems of the body. Please take a few minutes for yourself, massage your feet with your big finger and index finger. The procedure is interesting and will bring you into a state of bliss.


Parts of our feet which are inextricably linked with the organs of our body:

By massaging the big toe, you can act on the hypothalamus. This is very useful for people who have weight issues. Pressing this point can help in appetite control, and contributes to natural weight loss.

In the center of your large thumb there is a point that is responsible for the work of the pituitary gland — the main hormone glands. Do not be afraid of hormone imbalance, if you pay sufficient attention to this point.

In the base of the big toe there is an area that is equivalent to a massage of the thyroid gland! In cases of constant stress, the thyroid gland operates even in completely healthy people. Massaging this area is useful to everyone.

Massaging the foot center is particularly pleasant — the tangle of nerves is connected with the diaphragm. This is true relaxation and enjoyment! Active engagement in the middle of the foot helps to relieve stress and tension.

In the inner edges of the feet, closer to the center, there are nerve endings that are associated with the work of the adrenal gland. If you feel constant fatigue, massage this point in order to regain the lost energy quickly.

By massaging in the area closer to the heel, you activate the excretory system — the toxins will not stay long in your body, poisoning it.

Give yourself a gift at the end of a long day, and massage your feet. The result will inspire you to repeat this pleasant procedure on a daily basis.

This article has been republished from Good Morning Center