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8 Acupressure Points That You Can Stimulate To Cure Everything From Headaches To Nausea.

When you bump your elbow or stub your toe, your first instinct is to touch the spot that hurts, isn’t it? This instinct, to soothe pain with touch, forms the basis of acupressure. 908 more words


5 Simple Acupressure Points to Relieve Stress and Anxiety.

The ancient healing modality of acupressure was developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago and has been filtered and refined ever since. It is a simple yet effective therapy that is often used as a means of self-treatment to reduce pain and tension, decrease stress, fire up the immune system and boost circulation, contributing to the treatment’s broad scope of use from healing… 1,049 more words


Overcoming jet-lag

First of all what is jet-lag?  Jet-lag is often experienced by travellers when they travel for long distances across a number of time zones.  It is believed that crossing these times zones quickly disrupts the circadian rhythms of the body causing the traveller to experience any number of different symptoms: 634 more words

Personal Health

Acupressure Points at Your Desk

Suffering from headaches throughout your workday? Place your index fingers on the sides of your nose, and gently press where your nose and cheeks meet. Flare your nostrils while maintaining this for 3 minutes. 34 more words

Acupressure Points for Headache

The acupressure points for headache relief are Li4, C04, GB20, LV3, etc, you will need to massage these points by applying pressure with your fingers. This ancient Chinese remedy is very effective in treating headaches… 637 more words

Depression Treatment

Acupressure Mat

What is an acupressure mat? What are the recent reviews on it and what are the benefits? Read to find out!

The Chinese have always been way ahead in the world of cures and medicines which are more like going about the nature’s way. 648 more words

Acupressure Points

T.E.N.S Machines

TENS stands for  transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.    Which basically means that it is electrical nerve stimulation applied to the skin.

My kids bought me a “revitive”, which is  a machine that has a foot base with placements for the feet.   112 more words