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If the temperature of the water is _____ it is goose flesh.


a. 32-56
b. 65-92
c. 104-110
d. 92-98
B. 65-92
If the temperature of the water is _____ it is neutral

a. 32-56
b. 65-92
c. 104-110
d. 92-98
D. 92-98
What is a cold wet sheet wrap used for?

a. tone
b. Vasconstricts
c. Detox
d. all of the above
D. All of the Above
Which of the following is the incorrect answer for a hot foot bath?

a.increase circulation of blood flow
b.Stimulates white blood cell activity
c.Uses herbs that are taken internally
d.Decongestant for the head, chest, and pelvis
c.Uses herbs that are taken internally
In reflexology the body is divided into how many zones on the hands and feet

a. 5
b. 10
c. 9
d. 15
b. 10
Who divided the hands and feet into zones?

a. William Fitzgerald
b. Tokuijiro Namikoshi
c. Eunice Ingham
d. Shizuto Masunga
a. William Fitzgerald
Who combined the zones and reflex points to get hand and feet charts?

a. William Fitzgerald
b. Tokuijiro Namikoshi
c. Eunice Ingham
d. Shizuto Masunga
c. Eunice Ingham
What is reflexology?

a.Stimulates the bodies own healing mechanism
b.Can be done with both hands and feet
c.None of the above
d.All of the above
d. All of the above
A term used to describe eastern medicine

a. proactive
b. Reactive
c. manifested
d. External
a. proactive
The stages of ice does not include

a. cold
b. Aching
c. burning
d. itching
D. Itching