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Which gland helps regulate sleep.
Pineal.
What may a client be suffering from if they have peeling skin?
Stress
Why may feet be a yellow colour?
Build up of toxins.
What is a sign of good venous flow?
Immediate return of colour when the skin is pressed then released.
What does a mottled skin indicate?
Poor circulation.
Would you treat a client with athletes foot?
No.
Who was the 'Mother of Reflexopogy'?
Eunice Ingham.
Why would you advise a client to drink plenty of water after a treatment?
To aid elimination of toxins.
When is effleurage used during a reflexology treatment?
Beginning & end.
When is effleurage used during a reflexology treatment?
Beginning & end.
Which foot would you find the transverse colon on?
Both.
Which system does the oesophagus belong to?
Digestive.
Where on the feet is the sinuses located?
Back of the toes - zones 2 & 5.
Where on the feet is the ear located?
Back base of the toes - zones 2 & 3
What is a cause of sciatica - involving the excretory system?
Constipation.
Where on the feet is the eustacian tube found?
Inbetween zones 2 & 3 - base of the toes.