His b ody has some pressure points that when stimulated and massaged, can help relieve stress and other health problems.
Stress has and affect us all at some point or many points in our lives. For some it is where to go next vacation, for others, it is how to pay the rent this month. Symptoms of stress may include chest pains depression , inability to sleep, nausea and irritability , to name just a few. For some medicating is the only way to relieve these symptoms. If there was a button to turn it off … if you are a believer and fan of acupressure and others alternative medicines then there is a way to control and relieve stress by connecting pressure to certain areas of body.
A number of high profiled studies have concluded that if the right areas of the body pressure is applied can help with some health conditions. These health conditions that would benefit from acupressure are headaches, nausea and, of course, stress . This process of applying pressure to the pressure points of the body goes back to Chinese medicine .
If you look at the health condition is stress, there are a number of areas in the body that can be massaged and stimulated to help relieve the symptoms often incapacitating stress.
Some pressure points located throughout the body that are stimulated and massaged when present, can help relieve stress and other health problems.
1. He Gu
This is the area that is in hand. Close your thumb and forefinger and Gu He is at the highest point of the muscle. Massage this area to relieve stress, headaches, toothache and facial pain.
2. Jian Jing
This is in the shoulder muscle. You should tighten the shoulder muscle with the thumb and middle finger and stimulate this area for 5 seconds. Massage this area to relieve stress, toothache, facial pain and headaches.
3. Tai Chong
This area is on foot. To locate this pressure point, use a width of two fingers from the skin where the big toe joins the next finger. Massaging this area to relieve menstrual cramps, high blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety and stress. If pressure is applied in this area that is helping to unlock the networks and ensure that there is a good flow of energy through the body.
4. Feng Chi
This area is located at the base of the neck. To locate this point pressure using the thumb and one ear tracking down where neck muscles meet skull. Massage this area to relieve migraine pain fatigue , lack of energy, headaches and stress.
5. Zu San Li
This area is located right next to the tibia. To locate this pressure point, use one finger width below the kneecap and a width of four fingers in the outer area of the leg. Massage this area for up to a minute to relieve stress, vomiting and gastrointestinal discomfort.
These are just some of the pressure points located throughout the body properly when a massage can help relieve the symptoms of stress and anxiety.
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By Holly W .