Do You Have Trouble Falling Asleep or Waking in The Night?
Do You Feel Lethargic and in Need of more energy in the Mornings?
Then try Reflexology.
It’s a fact; we all need a good nights sleep and you will regularly hear me say “Sleep is the best remedy”.
Sleep patterns can be disrupted for many reasons including stress, depression, side effects of medication, pain or indigestion.
Lack of sleep can lead to weight gain, poor concentration, greater risk of heart disease and stroke, hormone imbalances, mood swings and depression.
How Can Reflexology Help?
Reflexology is a deeply relaxing, non-invasive therapy.
The treatments aim to reduce symptoms of physical and emotional stress which can manifest in many ways. A full treatment may release stress, anxiety and tension. This in turn may boost your energy levels. Treating yourself to regular Reflexology aims to promote good health, emotional wellbeing and vitality.
Most importantly, Reflexology is a therapy that ANYONE can enjoy.
Benefits of Reflexology:
- Release your tension
- Improve your sleep
- Improve your moods
- Increase your wellbeing
Stimulating points including the spine, especially the neck and shoulders, the diaphragm and lungs. Hormone reflexes including pituitary, hypothalamus, adrenals and then the solar plexus, all help to aid a better nights sleep.
Self Help Tips For Better Sleep.
- Don’t eat after 7pm and eat a light evening meal.
- No Caffeine after 4pm
- No Drinks at all after 7pm
- No Screens including mobile phones or tablets after 8pm
- Don’t watch the News Channels after 9pm
- Try reading before bed
- Meditate for 10 mins per day.
- Visualise and focus on the positive moments of your day.
- Soak In The Bath.
- Exercise during the day, brisk walk or even a light jog!
You could ask a friend or partner to give you some Hand Reflexology.
Click on this AOR YouTube Hand Reflexology link from the Association Of Reflexologists about Hand Reflexology tips to aid a better nights sleep.
Book your appointment today with Jane at Calm Therapy Reflexology
This Marek Lorys. He is a qualified practitioner of Sukshma Marma Therapy. I first met Marek at a networking meeting in Eastbourne where we began to chat about his work. It was on our second meeting that we agreed to swap treatments. So on a drizzly day in December, I drove over to Newhaven to visit Marek in his studio at the end of his garden. I was greeted warmly and as we chatted, Marek started to build up a case history for me. He then explained exactly what the therapy is and what will happen during the treatment.