You’ve just returned from a vacation overseas, or perhaps you’ve been out all day shopping, running, at an event on your feet all the time – whatever the reason, there are some days when you just need a foot massage. You know that as soon as the masseuse touches your feet, you’ll be asleep in your chair.

Pamper yourself and your tired feet to more foot reflexology massages because they are really good for you! Whether you’re aware of all its benefits, or not, we’re here to share them with you:

Health Benefits of Food Massage


It improves circulation 

The muscles in the feet get hardly any exercise and circulation is often impaired by tight and uncomfortable shoes. A foot reflexology massage can improve circulation of blood throughout your body.

It helps you relax 

Foot reflexology is effective in bringing about a deep state of relaxation. Because stress can greatly affect the immune system and leave one vulnerable to serious illnesses such as cancer, it is important to relieve it. Reflexology can help in this way.

It helps your digestive system

Stimulation of the intestine, colon and other corresponding reflexes can make elimination of waste from your body easier and return it to a normal state. It also helps to reduce urinary tract infection and improve bladder function to get rid of your toxins more efficiently.

It helps relieves common aches and pains

Some say it helps relieve headaches, migraines, sinus pains, and more. By pressing into the right pressure points, it can send the right signals to the corresponding body parts to help it relax, or relieve discomfort.

It improves your nerve function

As our bodies age, our nerve endings become less sensitive in parts of our body, particularly in our extremities. That being said, reflexology has been connected with stimulating more than 7,000 different nervous endings in a single session, thereby increasing their function and reactivity.


If you enjoy the therapeutic benefits of foot Reflexology massage, you should know that the benefits are compounded when utilized as a frequent therapy. The more you go, the healthier you feel.

Although it’s hard to prove this scientifically, reflexology has been in existence for thousands of years as an alternative source of treatment. Many outlets exist nationwide and continue to serve their customers who keep coming back for more – there must be some truth to this.

So go on and enjoy your next foot reflexology massage!

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