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What is the importance of pressure points on the foot?

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Pressure points on the foot that relate to different body organs or reflexology can be used for giving beneficial health effects on the specific organs. The points can be determined using a foot reflexology chart.

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According to reflexology, a person's left body and its concerned organs are represented by the left foot. The right foot represents the right body and all the relevant organs like liver.

Based on a basic foot reflexology chart, all the toes including their joints and bones relate to a person's neck and head. Spine, chest area, pelvic area and waist line are represented by various areas on the sole and the inside of the foot. There are also foot reflexology charts for the sole, outside and inside of foot.

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