Reflexology For Headaches

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  Headaches, Foot Reflexology With Magnets  

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Chen, G., "A Case Report of Severe Headache Treated with Magnetic Therapy on Foot Reflex Area." 1993 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing: China Reflexology Association, page 44.


  A 20 yr old female with a severe frontal headache was given 30 minutes of foot reflexology after unsuccessful treatment with analgesic drugs. After the session there was still no relief, so magnets were applied to the sinus, brain stem and stomach reflexes for another 30 minutes. Results: relief of symptoms and she was able to go to sleep with only slight dizziness. The next day she was symptom free and was able to go to work.



Foot reflexology has been shown to be effective in relieving headaches by using magnetic therapy on foot reflex points.

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