Pressure points and acupressure has been the focus on ancient Chinese medical texts for centuries. The idea of healing simply through touch seems a bit unorthodox but it can cause your body to react in strange ways!
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Be Amazed at these acupressure points. Below the Clavicle – Located just under the clavicle, LU-1 or Lung 1, as the area is known, is suggested to connect strongly to the lungs, heart, spleen, and brain. Center of the Breastbone – This point located in the center of your breastbone known appropriately as the 'Sea of Tranquility', helps you find an emotional balance by reducing stress. Below the Belly-Button – Like a gentle massage for the digestive system, CV-6 or Conception Vessel 6, located just below your belly button, reduces constipation and bloating while increasing sexual energy. Top of the Foot – On the top of the foot where the bones of the big toe and second toe meet is the 'Great Surge,' a point known for its powerful stress releasing abilities.
Between the Thumb and Index Finger – One of the most important pressure points runs along the large intestine meridian and is known as the 'Adjoining Valley.' LI-4, or Large Intestine 4, is notorious for headache relief, but also relaxes muscle tension and regulates bowel functions. Elbow Crease – This point is used to ease digestion while calming any sensitivity in your arm, shoulder, or elbow. On the Sacrum – Several areas on the Urinary Bladder Meridian make up the Baliao points, located in conjunction at the base of the spine. Inner Forearm – Pacify insomnia while soothing nausea, headaches, and stomach pain by stimulating the Pericardium 6, or PC-6.
Between the Eyebrows – Where the bridge of the nose meets the middle of the eyebrows lies a point along the Governing Vessel Meridian known to alleviate symptoms related to headaches caused by eye strain or sinus pressure. Above the Sacrum – This pair of points, working along the Urinary Bladder Meridian, are placed on either side of the lower back just above the sacrum.