The Acupressure Point for the Lungs

Acupressure is a healing technique similar to acupuncture but applied with fingers and thumbs. There are eleven points along the lung meridian, all located on the arms and hands.

Leigha Butler
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A List of Acupressure Points for Fatigue

Acupressure is a type of touch therapy rooted in the principles of ancient Chinese medicine. The central element of acupressure lies in the use of touch and pressure on specific points of the body for the purpose of balancing the body's energy.

Dr. Heidi Moawad
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Acupressure Points for Excess Phlegm

In traditional Chinese medicine, phlegm is serious business. More than just an inconvenient byproduct of a sinus infection or chest cold, phlegm in TCM refers to congestion in the internal organs, caused by stagnant qi or energy. A few key acupressure points can help clear stagnant qi and reduce phlegm.

Melissa Smith
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Acupressure Points for Calming the Nervous System

The peripheral, sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems in your body are responsible for calming the nervous system.

Johnalee Johnston
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The Acupressure Points for Incontinence

Acupressure, or the stimulation of acupuncture points without needles, may be used to complement a variety of treatment programs. Not a cure in itself, it can potentially increase the effectiveness of other treatment methods. Incontinence is a condition characterized by loss of bladder or bowel control.

Christy Callahan
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Acupressure Points on the Fingers & Feet

The theory behind acupressure is that key points on your body link with your internal organs. Some of these acupressure points lie around your feet and fingers. Debate still exists over the medical effectiveness of acupressure, but there's little doubt that it's at least relaxing and might even relieve chronic pain.

Peter Mitchell
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Acupressure Points for a Congested Ear

Whether you have tried everything you could find to unblock that ear congestion or you just prefer to avoid medications that can have side effects, acupressure can be a superb treatment to get you hearing clearly again.

Kristen Ball, DC, FIAMA
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Acupressure and Lymph Drainage

Acupressure originated in Asia thousands of years ago as a form of healing that involves using the fingers to firmly press specific points on the body.

Rick Rockwell
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Acupressure Points for Shoulder Pain

Using acupressure points to relieve shoulder pain is a tradition dating back thousands of years in Asia. According to Stanford University, stimulating pressure points provides relief of minor to moderate pain while diminishing the need for medications.

Kent Ninomiya
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Pressure Points That Will Help You Fall Asleep

Around 58 percent of Americans experience insomnia-like symptoms each week, reports the National Sleep Foundation. These symptoms include waking without feeling refreshed, having trouble staying asleep and not being able to fall asleep quickly.

Kay Ireland
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Acupressure Points for Tonsilitis

Acupressure is similar to acupuncture but does not use needles. A practitioner uses her hands, and sometimes even knees and elbows, to press on certain pressure points on the body. You can even perform acupressure on yourself using your hands if you learn the correct pressure points.

Jackie Carmichael
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