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All About Ear Reflexology

 If you suffer from aches and pains in any part of your body, here's a lesser-known technique that has actually helped a lot of people. Apparently, by stimulating certain points on your ears, you'll be able to provide some minor pain relief to various parts of your body, and here's how you can do it using only a clothespin:
 
 
 
1. Back and Shoulders
The upper-most part of your ear is connected to your shoulders and back. By applying a clothespin for around a minute, you should be able to reduce any tension that has built up there. Try this several times a day to reduce shoulder and back pain.
2. Internal Organs
The next spot down is said to be connected to your body's internal organs. For minor discomfort or tenderness, use a clothespin to help give you some internal relief. Of course, if you are experiencing a great deal of pain, we'd recommend getting professional help.
 
3. Joints
The upper-middle part of your ear is closely associated with stiffness and pain in the joints. Applying pressure with your fingers or a clothespin can provide some welcome relief.
4. Throat and Sinuses
The lower-middle part of your ear is connected to your throat and sinuses. When seeking relief from a sinus infection or a cold, apply some pressure to this spot to help rid yourself of any tension that has built up. A clothespin can also go a long way when it comes to cutting down on throat soreness.
5. Digestion
Just above your earlobe lies the place most commonly associated with digestion. Using a clothespin to apply pressure to this point can help relieve some of your digestive issues and minor stomach problems. You can also use this method in advance as a preventative measure.
6. Head and Heart
Your earlobe is the point which is most connected with two of the most important parts of your body - the heart and the head. Applying pressure here can help promote heart health and relieve any unwanted pressure in your head. This method can also be quite effective at eliminating any pressure headaches.
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