Press These Points On Your Baby’s Body To Make Them Stop Crying

Reflexology is a ancient cultural practice originated in China. Currently, this form of alternative medicine appears to be reborn, becoming very popular in the Western world for its potential to treat the symptoms of many physical illnesses.

Because reflexology is one of the most natural and less invasive forms of treatment, this practice is ideal for calming babies. Because they can’t express in words their discomfort or pain, they attract our attention by crying. Reflexology offers an effective way not only to determine what problems the child feels, but also to heal the highlighted problems.

Massage guide for babies

Babies are more responsive than adults to reflexology. This is mainly due to increased responsiveness of touches. When a child feels bad, natural physical response of parents is to embrace it, to caress him on the back and so on. For this reason, reflexology treatment is perfect for babies.

Reflexology refers to applying pressure to certain points on the body, most of them found on the legs and feet. Reflexology practice focuses on the treatment of certain health problems that generates symptoms in certain parts of the body.

Head / Teeth

To treat problems related to head, neck and teeth, it is recommended to rub the tips of baby’s toes. Massaging the toes is recommended especially during growth to relieve dental pain and discomfort of the baby.

Sinuses

In the right central part of the insole is the sinus area. Applying pressure in this region, reduces the intensity of symptoms of sinus operation, runny nose, respiratory problems and colds.

Chest

Pingel foot area corresponds to the chest area. The massage in this area relieves pectoral congestions, supporting healing of chronic productive colds or cough. Several medical studies have scientifically shown that reflexology effectively reduces all forms of congestion.

Press These Points On Your Baby's Body To Make Them Stop Crying

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