Pain Relief Acupressure Foot Points: Lv 3 & GB 41

Acupressure relieves pain relaxes muscular tension, and balances the vital life forces of the body using a system of trigger points. Discover how to pressure two acupressure points on the top of the feet which stimulate the release of neuro-chemicals called endorphins. The mechanism of endorphins is similar to morphine; both mitigate pain and encourage relaxation. However, endorphins are manufactured … Continue reading →

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Acupresssure for Fatigue, Exhaustion & Lower Backache Relief

TIRED & EXHAUSTED? Acupressure massage can relieve chronic fatigue by rubbing lower back Acupressure points briskly a few times a day. This self acupressure massage technique is effective for both the lower back and the exhaustion that so many suffer from. It’s especially good for preventing lower back problems and for boosting your vital energy and immune system. Share this … Continue reading →

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Relieve Indigestion, Ulcers, Acid Stomach, Gas Pains, Rib Pain & Side Stitches with Digestive Aid Acupressure Point Sp 16

Below the edge of your rib cage (at the junction of the 9th rib cartilage to the 8th rib) in line with your earlobe is Sp 16, known as the “Abdominal Sorrow Point” which relieves indigestion, ulcers, balances acidity in the stomach, appetite imbalances, abdominal cramps, rib pain, and hiccups. Curve your fingers and place then on the base of … Continue reading →

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Ear Point (Shen Men) for Wellness; Counteracts Pain & Addiction

The ancient Chinese called this point on the ear the “Heavenly Gate” because it brings heavenly energy into your body for healing. An Acupressure point with heavenly in its name, can bring spirit into your body just by stimulating it. You can actually heighten your spirituality just by taking three to five slow, deep breathes while you activate this ear … Continue reading →

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Clear Thinking for Learning Disorders (Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD) using Acupressure on GV 26

Remember the point the famous “Thinker” pressed with his knuckle? If you were on a TV quiz show, you’d know the answer: It was clear thinking Acupressure point GV 26, in the gum between the tip of your nose and upper lip. Apply firm pressure while breathing deeply to clear your mind and counteract overwhelm, racing thoughts, panic, dissociation, fainting, … Continue reading →

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