“…there is a body of research that indicates reflexology can have measurable benefits for sleep, through at least a few different pathways. And practitioners of reflexology make pretty compelling cases for its usefulness in helping sleep, by relaxing body and mind, easing anxiety and stress, and reducing pain.”
🦶🏽 To battle the growing epidemic of insomnia, medical practitioners are re-evaluating traditional methods.
The Sleep Doctor delves into reflexology — an ancient practice involving the body’s natural pressure points — and how it can alleviate the anxiety and pain that may be keeping you awake. Discover how it works, the specific pressure points that help with sleep and DIY reflexology links to try it on your own.
⚡ When you’re injured, your body sends an electrical signal to your brain to stimulate the sensation of pain. But what if there were a way to intercept that signal?
The Kailo Patch provides the answer. Using nanotechnology originally designed for data transmission, Kailo dampens pain signals to provide relief in mere seconds. If chronic pain keeps you awake, this could be just the high-tech edge you need to blissfully drift off at night.