This technique uses fingers to apply pressure at various points healing. According to supporters of this practice, acupressure can stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal itself. In addition, this method can release tension, stimulate the immune system and improve blood circulation.
How acupressure works
First, you need to determine the body part radiating pain. Then you will have to click on the point that represents the place where you feel the pain. Do this for five seconds and then release for three seconds. Press again for five seconds and release for another three seconds. Repeat the press and release process for a few minutes. If you have chronic pain, you can massage the specific point with the thumb every day for a week. This will help you feel better and you could get rid of the pain.
Examples of pressure points
If you got a headache, you can click on the thumb to get relief. The inside of the upper thumb is equivalent to one side of the head. Meanwhile, the tip of your thumb, index and middle finger all correspond to your brain.
If you have sinusitis you can work in the area by clicking on the top of your index finger. For tense shoulders, you can eliminate stress clicking on their pinkies. This is actually a little easier than most pressure points as the entire length of your little finger corresponds to his shoulder.
It is important to note that the reflex points on the left hand refers to the left side of the body, while the right palm points corresponds to the right side. With this in mind, it will be easier to locate pressure points. If the left side of your head are experiencing sharp pain, you can click on the thumb of his left hand.
There is also pressure points that correlate with certain health conditions. For example, if your health problem is you have high blood pressure, pressing the top line of your middle finger (left hand, left hand) will help alleviate your blood pressure levels.
The opposite side of that part of the hand can help alleviate the problems of low blood pressure.
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