In Reflexology Is There A Specific Area On The Hands Or Feet That I Could Massage Or Manipulate For Insomnia?

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I don’t know much about reflexology, just that certain places on the hands and feet correspond to various other parts of the body and its organs. But does reflexology offer anything in the way of help for better sleep? I’ve had chronic insomnia following a traumatic event a decade ago. It’s hard for me to fall asleep, stay asleep, or sleep deeply, and my health has really suffered as a result. No pharmaceuticals (I’ve tried them ALL), herbal remedies or “sleep hygiene” tips I’ve been given over the years has done a bit of good. I’m planning to try hynpnotherapy, EMDR and Alpha-Stim soon with a new, very experienced therapist, but was also curious about reflexology.

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2 Responses to “In Reflexology Is There A Specific Area On The Hands Or Feet That I Could Massage Or Manipulate For Insomnia?”

  1. George P. N says:

    a very good point to use is about two thumbs above your ears turn with your fingers that point and will experience a sleep reflex

  2. Samantha says:

    http://www.dorlingkindersley-uk.co.uk/st
    I don’t know if reflexology helps you sleep but if you copy the above into your address area, you can find reflexology charts showing what part of your feet correspond to the various part of your body.

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