Reflexology can help with insomnia and sleep disorders
Insomnia and sleep disorders are a major issue in Britain today.
According to the Sleep Foundation, surveys consistently report that over half of us find it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep.
Emotional issues such as stress and anxiety can cause insomnia and sleep disorders.
Lifestyle or environmental factors such as diet, alcohol, caffeine, overstimulation, or noise all contribute to poor sleep.
Chronic conditions such as chronic joint or back pain can also lead to sleepless nights.
The physcial and mental consequences of a prolonged period of disrupted sleep are significant and many people are turning natural remedies to help restore restful sleep.
Reflexology can relief stress and tension and help you sleep better.
How reflexology combats insomnia and sleep disorders
Reflexology works by stimulating reflex areas in the feet to unblock neural pathways, relaxing your body and calming your mind.
By relaxing your body and mind, reflexology can help you to reset your normal, healthy Circadian rhythms so that you can sleep better at night.
In addition, if you have an underlying physical condition which is disturbing your sleep such as muscle aches and pains, reflexology can help to alleviate acute pain and promote your body’s natural healing response.
What my clients say about reflexology and restful sleep
“What a blissful experience I had with Michelle’s reflexology yesterday. I slept thoroughly for the first time in ages and am feeling invigorated already. I’m looking forward to my next session! “Mary from Godmanchester
“The most amazing experience. For the very first time, I have found out what it’s like to really relax“Tracy, Cambridge
“Michelle is amazing. I really do not know what I would do without her. I feel calm and relaxed as soon as I am there and have the best night’s sleep after! Thanks, Michelle. Keep up the amazing work you do!“Merinda, Somersham
“I struggle to relax a lot of the time but after just a few minutes of my first treatment I was so chilled out I was nearly asleep!“Hazel, Bluntisham
Reflexology is a complementary health therapy
Reflexology is a complementary health therapy. It works alongside conventional medicine.
It acts on the whole body rather than on specific conditions and ailments.
Over a course of treatments reflexology will bring your body back into balance.
Reflexologists do not diagnose, prescribe or treat for a specific condition.
Reflexology is not a substitute for conventional medicine. You should therefore not use reflexology instead of medical treatments.
However, it may complement your medical treatment and is often available through private health insurance plans.
Reflexology treatments and private health care plans
The Government set up the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) to regulate complementary health practitioners.
I am registered with the CNHC.
This means that clients who have qualifying health care plans may be able to reclaim the cost of their treatments when they visit Feet First Reflexology Bluntisham.