One of the great things about a reflexology chart is the whole body is represented in the feet, hands, face and ears in a logical repetitive manner.
All charts on how-to-do-Reflexology.com are designed to help you understand and remember where the main organs and areas are - so you only need to refer to maps every now and again.
Some diagrams have no organs at all, they show the general area of the body that a part on the hand or foot represents.
By identifying a general area it is easy to know what organs you are doing reflexology on,
Eg chest area; we know contains the heart and the lungs, so for someone short of breath the chest area is one that they can do extra reflexology on to help them intake and hold more oxygen
Print and take them with you if you want, they are free to use for personal use and personal education only (drag and drop the pictures onto your desktop and then print)
The benefit to you of understanding general reflexology areas on the hand, face or feet is that when you are out in daily life and a headache or toothache strikes out of nowhere you will have the tools to deal with it, without the need of a map!
Mild headaches, toothaches, hangovers and many more mild conditions can easily be relieved using reflexology pain relief tricks
There are also maps showing how to find just a specific area and organs eg bladder, teeth, nose
For the best results drink lots of water
Links to reflexology charts and maps on how-to-do-reflexology.com
Reflexology works just as well if you do-it-yourself (DIY) or have it done to you, if doing it DIY it is great to do just while relaxing watching TV
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