How does Reflexology Soothe Arthritis Symptoms?
In the UK it is said that more than 10 million people suffer from arthritis or other conditions that affect their joints. Arthritis is most commonly renowned for affecting old people, a condition in which is almost a sign of old age. This, however, isn’t always the case. Arthritis can impinge on anyone, it is not exclusively elder people. You are more vulnerable to arthritis as you get older if you are not leading a healthy and fit lifestyle. Equitably if you have unfortunately suffered an injury or accident, you are also at risk of encountering arthritis.
WHAT IS ARTHRITIS?
Arthritis is inflammation of joints, varied from one joint to several joints. Symptoms of arthritis may include:
Many people affected by arthritis say that they most commonly notice symptoms are worse in the morning.
WHAT IS REFLEXOLOGY?
Reflexology is a complementary health therapy that can be very successful in advancing deep relaxation. It is a touch therapy that focuses on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correlate with different areas of the body. Reflexology has the capability to restore nerve functions that help your body increase your energy levels, circulation, and central nervous system.
It is commonly stated that Reflexology can essentially help your body release pain itself without any need for pain killers.
REFLEXOLOGY AS A THERAPY FOR ARTHRITIS
Revs® Footwear’s ‘Reflexology Massage Insole’ is an obliging product for those with Arthritis. The technology and design behind Revs use the science of Reflexology and its natural healing therapy stimulating the whole body. Reflexology has been proved to improve joint pain, tenderness, and swelling. Regular treatments of reflexology, focusing on Arthritis, have been demonstrated to decrease pain levels or desire for pain medications. Reflexology is also known for helping with detoxification, improving stress levels, improving immune circulation and even improving sleep in those coping with Arthritis.