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No! A 2014 study (Akin Korhan et al. 2014) demonstrated that reflexology lowered the vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure and respiratory rate) of unconscious, ventilated patients - therefore proving the impact of reflexology to be much more complex than simply a placebo effect.
Reflexology is a deeply relaxing, non-invasive touch based complementary therapy, primarily involving the feet. Reflexology is capable of ticking many helpful boxes when used to support health and well-being. From normalising vital signs (heart rate, etc) to increasing local perfusion (blood flow) to organs in the body, reflexology is a very special therapy indeed.
Yes! fMRI (brain) and Colour Dopplar studies have confirmed that specific areas of the feet correspond with specific organs of the body (Nakamaru, 2008; Miura, et al., 2014, Sudmeier et al., 1999, Mur et al., 2001).