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Press These 7 Points On Your Body And See What Happens

Stress is a part and parcel of life. This is a truth for sure but that doesn't necessarily imply that you can't do something about it. If you have been pondering over methods to relieve some stress out, then acupressure is an amazing alternative to go for. Acupressure has proven to help with a number of problems such as bodily pain, body ache, headache and a lot more issues. 

Scroll down and you'll come across fantastic ways in getting rid of your stress. All of them are related to acupressure, of course.

Press These 7 Points On Your Body And See What Happens

Press These 7 Points On Your Body And See What Happens

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You feel stressed too, don't you?

You feel stressed too, don't you?

Try these out.

1. He Gu.

1. He Gu.

Spot the highest point in your muscle at which your index finger and thumb are adjoined. Now, massage it for four to five seconds. This technique will help you out in relieving facial pain, toothaches, headaches, neck pain and stress.

2. Jian Jing.

2. Jian Jing.

Massaging the point with your middle finger and thumb will make you feel better and assist you with bodily aches as well as stress.

3. Tai Chong.

3. Tai Chong.

Applying pressure at this point will help you to treat a number of issues such as anxiety, limb pain, high blood pressure, menstrual cramps, insomnia, stress and lower back pain.

4. Feng Chi.

4. Feng Chi.

Apply some pressure with your thumb in following the mastoid (ear) bone down where skull attaches to the neck muscle.

5. Zu San Li.

5. Zu San Li.

This point is a wonder spot helping you in relieving fatigue, stress, gastrointestinal discomfort, vomiting and nausea.

6. Shen Men (The Spirit Gate).

6. Shen Men (The Spirit Gate).

According to experts, this is one of the most stresss relieving points in human body.

#7 Stomach.

#7 Stomach.

Freeing the diaphragm and chest, this point improves the entire breathing process.

Feeling good now?

Feeling good now?

I bet, you do.

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