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The Complete Guide to Our Most Important Pressure Points!

According to ancient oriental beliefs, every organ in the human body has a representative pressure point in the hand and the foot. By massaging and applying pressure to a certain point for about a few minutes, you should be able to alleviate pain, cure diseases and feel much better. Get to know the most important pressure points in the hands and feet by following the instructions in this detailed guide.


Acupressure therapy for beginners, including pressure points chart

Acupressure is an ancient form of healing that makes use of the fingers to gently stimulate key points which are linked to your body's natural self-curative abilities. It dates back over 5,000 years and originated in Asia.

Acupressure has been found to effectively relieve stress-related issues, and is perfect for preventive health care and self-treatment, as it can naturally boost your immune system. Acupressure can reduce pain, release tension, improve circulation, and even promote overall good health and spirituality.

How Acupressure Works

Pressure points therapy for beginners

Acupressure points are sensitive areas on the skin that have a high level of electrical conductivity, thus allowing them to channel healing energy in a very effective manner. The Chinese refer to this energy as Chi or Qi, while the Japanese call it Ki. Yogic practices, on the other hand, refer to this energy as prana.

No matter what you call it, the universal healing energy remains identical everywhere you go and is something that links us to the rest of the universe. This energy can still be channeled anywhere without using the appropriate pressure point but it's the feat that is very challenging to properly control, which is why acupressure points are so convenient.

How to Use Pressure Points

Pressure points on the body

Acupressure might sound like a complex affair, but applying it couldn't be easier! Simply follow these tips to ensure that every acupressure session goes as smoothly as can be:

• When applying pressure to the hands or feet, make sure it is light and steady, and hold it for between 1 and 3 minutes.
• Increase pressure if you are not feeling anything and decrease pressure if it starts to feel sore.
• Sit in a comfortable position and close your eyes while applying pressure.
• Afterward, try and breathe deeply for 5 to 10 minutes to maximize the effects.


Pressure Point Charts

In order to make use of a pressure point's healing potential, you'll first need to locate it. That's why we've given you access to two incredibly detailed pressure point charts, one for the hands and the other for the feet. Simply go through the list of issues that can be found beneath each image, and apply pressure to the pressure points that correspond to any physical or mental health issues that you would like to heal.

The Hands

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Pressure points therapy for beginners


The Complete Map to Our Pressure Points!sinusitis, headache, anxiety, eye diseases, ear diseases, shoulder pain, joints, small intestine, hypertension, aisias pain, hemorrhoids, appendix, weight loss, diaphragm, thyroid lumpxxx
depression, insomnia, cooling, lung disease, diarrhea, dysentery, stomach diseases, spleen diseases, indigestion, large intestine, fertility problems, sexual arousal, womb issues, parathyroid pain, cervical pain, back pain
energy stimulation, stress, memory stimulation, liver disease, menstrual cramps, heart problems, appetite loss, intestinal disease, upset stomach, prostate, ejaculation issues, testicular pain, spinal pain, back pain
eye veins, ear veins, diabetes, kidney disease, bladder infection, urinary incontinence, almond pain, hormone deficiency

The Feet

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Acupressure therapy for beginners
sinusitis, headaches, anxiety, ear diseases, toothache, lung disease, diabetes, kidney disease, small intestine, aisias pain, infertility, sexual stimulation, shoulder pain, almond pain, hormone deficiency
passing out, insomnia, memory loss, heart disease, poor circulation, hypertension, bulimia, digestive problems, joint pain, leg pain, heel pain, weight loss, thyroid nodules, parathyroid pain
cooling, ear problems, vision problems, stomach diseases, spleen diseases, liver disease, intestinal obstructions, appendix, bladder problems, hemorrhoids, upper back pain, lower back pain

Tips For Beginners

• Avoid applying pressure to tumors, wounds or cuts.

• Never apply pressure to a single point for longer than 3 minutes.

• Always apply pressure gently.

• Never substitute acupressure for medical intervention, but use them to complement each other.

• Always breathe deeply, smoothly, and slowly when applying pressure and even during the breathing exercises that follow.

• Never apply pressure to the throat.

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