The hand is connected to our organs and we can alleviate pain in those places if we know which part of the hand is associated with which organ.
Some people swear by reflexology versus taking medicine. Reflexology works by using the connections with our organs to pressure points in our hands.
The heart and lungs are connected to the thumb. By rubbing and pulling the thumb, you can slowdown your heartbeat and breathe easier.
The stomach and colon are connected to the forefinger. If you are constipated or have pain in the abdomen, press the forefinger and rub it for 60 seconds.
The respiratory system, blood system, heart, and small intestine are connected to the middle finger. Whenever you experience dizziness, nausea, or insomnia, stretch our your middle finger and rub it.
Your mood is connected to your ring finger. Massaging this finer can alleviate depression, bringing a peaceful and relaxed feeling.
The kidneys, neck, and head are connected to the pinky. Massaging this finger will relieve headaches and neck pain, while keeping your kidneys healthy.
The nervous system is connected to your palms. Clapping your hands increases circulation.