Points on Your Feet You Can Massage to Improve Your Well-Being

Needless to repeat, massage has an amazing effect on your well-being and your feet are full of nerve endings that are reflections zones of lots of internal organs. Stimulated the right way, these zones affect your internal organs and later on lead to a state of well-being and relaxation. Next time you are feeling stressed out, remember it’s all in your feet and you have the power to change the way you are feeling with the help of a few simple and easy massage moves.

How to massage your feet: it is highly recommended to warm up your feet and massage your whole foot. Taking a warm foot bath before the massage will do you wonders.

Start by rubbing the entire foot and continue with pressing active points for a few seconds, moving from the toes to the heel. Use stretching, tapping, pinching and rubbing moves for the best results.

You can trigger certain points during this process. Just keep in mind there are a few contraindications for foot massage such as: fever, blood clotting, disorder, deep cuts or any other feet traumas.

Learn the zones of your feet: there are 5 zones that all are responsible for different internal organs.

Zone 1. This zone is responsible for your ears, eyes, frontal sinuses, brain, nose, neck and even has a spot for lowering blood pressure.

Zone 2. Zone 2 represents the thyroid and parathyroid glands as well as the lungs and the heart. This zone is recommended to be massaged when you feel strong excitement or stress. Pay special attention to your left foot in particular.

Zone 3 is the key to reaching most internal organs such as the liver, the pancreas, the stomach, kidneys, gallbladder and spleen. You should also remember that the meanings of the points situated on a foot differ from the points on the other foot.

Your small and large bowel are represented by Zone 4 and are the same points on both feet.

The last zone, Zone 5 controls your genitals and insomnia habits. The points to control these are identical on both feet.

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