The UK’s University of Stirling has released study results showing that reflexology, while safe for both cardiology and non-cardiology patients, is more effective on the latter. Reflexologists believe parts of the hands and feet have a correlation with organs in the body. With the application of appropriate pressure on the hand or foot, blood flow is supposedly increased to this organ. The study showed a relaxation effect for all patients, so the study team determined it was safe and beneficial to use. It is thought the technique might not affect the hearts of cardiology patients because of their medications.
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