Fertility – What Are The Benefits of Fertility Reflexology

Fertility – What Are The Benefits of Fertility Reflexology

Fertility reflexology is a wonderful complementary health therapy which can be received as a proactive approach to improving overall fertility and in preparation for IVF. Therapeutically treatments are relaxing and have a positive effect on the body, particularly the nervous system.

Ultimately reflexology treatments help promote a balance of mind and body through fertility while also being supported.

There is ongoing research around the world proving the effects and benefits of reflexology for both fertility and pregnancy. All Irish private health insurers providers recognise reflexology as a complementary health therapy which promotes overall health. Many insurance providers cover reflexology as a day to day expense and also specialist fertility reflexology as an additional benefit when received from a registered reflexologist. Fertility clinics around the world employ fertility reflexologists to provide reflexology before and after treatments due to the positive effects on the patient.

The National Register of Reflexologists Ireland is the main governing body for professional reflexologists in Ireland. They promote the following benefits of reflexology for sub-fertility;

  • Provides support at a challenging time.
  • Promotes general well-being.
  • Improves blood flow to the pelvic area.
  • Improves sleep and increases energy levels.
  • Helps to regulate hormones and the menstrual cycle.
  • Reduces pain in endometriosis.
  • Increased success rate in IVF.
  • Reduces stress levels.
  • May help regulate menstrual cycle with Polycystic ovaries.

Many women received fertility reflexology as a proactive approach to improving their overall fertility. This is often also combined with various changes in lifestyle to improve overall health and well-being. Where there is no known medical condition that will stop you conceiving or decrease your chances it is very worthwhile to have a course of treatments before embarking on a more invasive, stressful and often expensive alternative. Often the affects of fertility reflexology are cumulative so a commitment to treatments and lifestyle changes is required for the best possible outcome and to prepare for pregnancy. Women may also receive fertility reflexology through IVF which can help reduce stress, improve overall mood and support women through the various stages of treatment.

Orlagh Gahan is a Registered Reflexologist with the NRRI and a Fertility Counsellor accredited with the I.A.C.P in private practice in Co. Kildare, Ireland. She supports women and couples through natural and assisted fertility treatments, infertility, sex therapy and pregnancy. Orlagh also provides a unique 90 minute Fertility Combined Care appointment which combines fertility counselling support with fertility reflexology to improve overall physical mental and emotional health. 

FERTILITY HEALTH – A Mind and Body Approach to Fertility in 2019.

FERTILITY HEALTH – A Mind and Body Approach to Fertility in 2019.

If you are hoping to get pregnant in 2019 there are many positive health & lifestyle changes you can make to improve your overall fertility. Natural fertility therapies help women to feel empowered and motivated to look after their body and mind while also promoting overall fertility. Trying to get pregnant can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster and what better way to feel supported then by a professional therapist who understands what you are going through. Fertility counselling and fertility reflexology promotes health and wellbeing and support’s women where ever they are on their fertility journey.

Specialist Fertility Counselling

Specialist fertility counselling provides gentle emotional support and understanding to women who are planning a baby naturally or through the various types of the IVF fertility treatments and beyond. Counselling can help to motivate women to make lifestyle changes while also dealing with any personal problems they may be experiencing. Sometimes counselling is the first step to getting help for sexual problems and unexplained infertility. Talking to someone in confidence helps reduce emotional and mental stress which has a positive effect on the body and reduces isolation. With a strong emphasis on self-care, fertility counselling provides a safe space to feel supported, encouraged and empowered.

Fertility Reflexology

Fertility Reflexology is a natural complementary health therapy which focuses on the reflexes of the feet to help bring the whole body into balance. This relaxing and soothing treatment is adapted specifically for fertility and focuses on the reflexes associated with reproduction and pregnancy. Fertility reflexology can be beneficial for women who are planning to have a baby naturally and has many physical and emotional benefits. For women who are planning assisted fertility treatments, reflexology helps to promote a stronger sense of calm, brings balance to the body and is a wonderful way to practice self-care during the various stages and cycles of treatment.  An important role of fertility reflexology is to help improve the overall health of the body so that it can better support a pregnancy.

If you are hoping to improve your health and fertility in 2019, then fertility counselling and reflexology for fertility is a wonderful place to start with the support and understanding of a professional therapist. Orlagh Gahan is one of the few therapists in Ireland who provides a mind and body approach with individuals and couples who are seeking professional therapy for health, fertility and pregnancy.

Orlagh Gahan  is a Specialist Fertility Counsellor & Psychotherapist and Fertility Reflexologist based at the Naas Holistic Centre in Naas, Co. Kildare. She is a member of the Irish Fertility Counsellors Association and the National Register of Reflexologist of Ireland. To find out more and book an appointment on-line visit www.orlaghgahan.ie or email info@orlaghgahan.ie 

Reflexology Treatments Covered by Private Health Insurance

Reflexology Treatments Covered by Private Health Insurance

Did you know that Reflexology treatments are covered by most major health insurance providers! That means that you could be entitled to either a full or part refund for up to 12 Reflexology treatments per year depending on the type of healthcare policy you have. To find out if you are covered for Reflexology contact your insurance provider directly. This is good news for individuals who wish to benefit from reflexology treatments regularly and also people who wish to attend the ongoing pregnancy and fertility reflexology. Orlagh Gahan is a a fully registered Reflexologist with the National Register of Reflexologists and with most major health care providers.

Read more about the benefits of reflexology or visit www.orlaghgahan.ie for more information.

 

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10 Great Benefits of Reflexology

10 Great Benefits of Reflexology
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Reflexology continues to grow in popularity as a gentle and powerful Complementary Health Therapy as it has many great benefits. Increasingly, reflexology is being used to sooth common health problems in a safe and non-evasive way. Reflexology essentially treats the whole person, mind and body, from the inside out by using gentle massage and pressure techniques on reflex points found on both the hands and feet. Regular reflexology treatments can be used to sooth and reduce the symptoms of common complaints such as sleep problems, fertility issues, chronic illness, muscle pain, stress and anxiety. 

Reflexology essentially treats the whole person, mind and body, from the inside out. By treating the whole person on an emotional and physical level, the benefits of reflexology can be experienced long after the treatment ends.

10 Great Physical and Emotional Benefits of Reflexology; 

  1. The feet hold the reflexes to the whole body and by working on just the feet, the whole body benefits.
  2. During a treatment the feet are stimulated to relax all the muscles in the body which increases circulation and promotes relaxation.
  3. Stimulating the reflexes to troubled areas in the body will help promote healing in that specific area.
  4. Massage techniques used in reflexology have an immediate relieving and soothing effect on the mind and body.
  5. Reflexology helps to eliminate and remove waste products and toxins which build up in the body as a result of stress and food intake.
  6. Various systems such as the nervous and circulatory system are activated and stimulated during a treatment which allows energy to flow more freely around the body.
  7. Reflexology treatments stimulates and soothes around 7,000 nerves in the whole body which help activate the bodies self healing.
  8. The combination of touch and stress relief experienced during each treatment help to sooth pain and reduce mental and emotional anxiety.
  9. It is possible to reduce the symptoms of many physical problems such as back pain, period pain and digestive problems by focusing on specific reflexes.
  10. Using essential aromatherapy oils such as Lavender and Rose during reflexology can help the client to feel relaxed, energised and uplifted after each session.

Reflexology treatments typically last for 1 hour and are provided in a warm and relaxing environment.

To find out more about reflexology or to book an appointment with Orlagh Gahan in Naas Holistic Centre, Naas, Co. Kildare please click here.

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