The Stress Control
Seven minutes -
evenings or whenever tense
Stress, one of the least understood conditions in modern
life, permeates almost every human activity. Professions involving financial or
personal risk-taking, or the constant pressure of deadlines, are extremely
stressful. Personal relationships that are in emotional transition also cause
intense stress, particularly when feelings must be concealed.
While some stress is beneficial to survival, constant stress
is extremely debilitating and can lead to sleepless nights, poor digestion, and
feelings of tension and irritability. Recent studies show a direct correlation
between levels of stress and heart disease, peptic ulcers, migraine, suicide,
and high blood pressure. Nevertheless, stress control is surprisingly easy to
achieve and can produce remarkable changes in your personal, physical, and
control workout should be performed whenever you feel tense. Work the reflex
areas in the order that they are listed, starting with the first reflex area on
the left hand, then going to the same reflex area on the right hand. Do not
forget to co-ordinate the pressure with your breathing and visualize the parts
of the body that you are stimulating.
1. The solar plexus reflexes. 2. The pituitary gland reflexes. 3. The thyroid
and parathyroid gland reflexes. 4. The lung reflexes. 5. The kidney reflexes. 6.
The spine reflexes.