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Anxiety can manifest in many familiar physical forms, the list is endless and unique for all of us.

I find when I'm anxious my breathing is affected. This seems to be a common reaction with many of my clients too; tightness of chest, breathlessness, palpitations, even panic attacks. So, hopefully this diagram and technique instructions for hand reflexology to try on yourself, will be helpful to some of you🤞

Before you start, rub some moisturiser on you hands for ease and a bit of tlc.

Apologies for my rusty filming skills! FYI, it's ridiculously hard holding a phone tripod in your mouth while you film both your hands 🤪🙌 (not a sentence I ever thought I need to say🤦🏼‍♀️)

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Focusing on the reflexes for the lungs and diaphragm areas on the hand, to aid relaxation and help to regulate breathing ~

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• Start with you right palm, facing upwards. Take your left hand thumb pad, make circular motions over the lung area (shown on drawing) move from left to right.

• Repeat 3 times.

• From the edge of you right hand, follow the crease beneath the balls of your fingers (easiest way to locate the diaphragm)

• With the tip of your left hand thumb, make snail like pushes across the crease, all the way to the other side of the hand.

• Repeat 3 times.

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**REPEAT ENTIRE TECHNIQUE ON THE LEFT HAND**

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