“Reflexology Reduced Feelings of Pain” proven in trials at University of Portsmouth

Researchers have found that people felt about 40 per cent less pain, and were able to stand pain for about 45 per cent longer, when they used Reflexology as a method of pain relief.

uportsmouthParticipants attended two sessions, in which they were asked to submerge their hand in ice water. In one of the sessions they were given Reflexology before they submerged their hand, and in the other session they believed they were receiving pain relief from a TENS machine, that was not actually switched on.

Dr Carol Samuel, who is a trained Reflexologist and who carried out the experimental procedures at the University of Portsmouth as part of her PhD, said: “As we predicted, Reflexology decreased pain sensations.  It is likely that Reflexology works by causing the brain to release chemicals that lessen pain signals.”

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