Once viewed as a luxury, massage is increasingly recognized as an alternative medical treatment. According to a recent consumer survey sponsored by the American Massage Therapy Association, 77 percent of respondents said their primary reason for receiving a massage in the past year was medical or stress-related. Perhaps it’s not surprising, then, that medical centers nationwide now offer massage as a form of patient treatment. The American Hospital Association recently surveyed 1,007 hospitals about their use of complementary and alternative medicine therapies, and more than 80 percent said they offered massage therapy. Upwards of 70 percent said they used massage for pain management and relief. “The medical community is more accepting of.
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I believe in balance; there is no day without night, no white without black, no happy without sad. After all, how can you truly know what elite joy is if you have not experienced the depths of sadness? The problem is that life is usually stuck somewhere in the middle of this balance.We humans could learn a lesson from animals, as they tend to take life as it is whereas we have to constantly strive to make things bigger, better, more productive, faster. In so doing, and messing with nature, we have upset the balance and created toxins, pollutants and other negatives in our world. The good news is that.
Here is a link about reflexology and pregnancy. Generally, reflexology helps to relieve swelling and can help with an easier delivery. As this article mentions, we avoid the Fallopian tube reflexes since this could trigger a delivery. — notes by Nelson Beck http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy-and-reflexology.aspx