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Q&A Monday: Fibromyalgia and Feeling Cold

Q: I have Fibromyalgia and one of the issues for people like these is the fact that our body temperature is lower than most (mine is 96.8 and not 98.6) which makes us cold all the time. I am in pain because of this coldness and constantly under a blanket and almost immovable all winter long. Is there a reflexology move that you can advise for me?

KidneysWithLocatorLinesA: Thank you for your question. I have a free online lesson that would be relevant to your question. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, feeling cold all the time is related to the Kidney channel.

People who have low Qi (energy) in the Kidney meridian, tend to feel cold all the time, especially in the feet. One way to feel less cold is to boost your Kidney Qi. Massaging the Chinese Reflexology point for the Kidney can help to increase the flow of energy through the Kidneys and the Kidney meridian.

I wrote an article explaining more about how the Kidney is considered “the root of life”, as well as how to locate and massage this point. It’s actually Lesson 3 in my free online lessons. You can sign up below for the lessons or alternately, you can go straight to the article by clicking the link below:

I hope you are feeling better soon. Thank you for your question as it reminded me to invite a friend of mine on Dragon Spirit Radio (my online radio show) to share her story. She completely recovered from Fibromyalgia and her story is very inspiring and uplifting.

Wishing You Amazing Health and Vitality,


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