This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Press These 11 Key Pressure Points

Anyone can get sick regardless of their age. Doctors have developed cures for almost everything, but what about the effectiveness of traditional methods?

Have you ever heard of Acupressure? It's an ancient Chinese therapy that can help cure several conditions without popping pills. In today's video, we'll focus on a few pressure points that can heal your body and mind naturally. Do you know the benefits of Feng Chi? What about Zu San Li? We'll talk about all this AND more…

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Let's see how pressing the QiHaiShu point can benefit your health.
Is your back hurting? Have no fear! This message method will get rid of all of that. If you're looking for a natural way to deal with lower back discomfort or irregular menstruation, this acupressure point is the best one for you.

If you're experiencing stress and anxiety, you should try YinTang acupressure.
This involves massaging a point between your eyebrows. Hindu culture considers this pressure point to be in the location of your third eye.

That's not all. Massaging the He Gu point can help heal issues with the face or head.
Recognized as the body's pain point, He Gu is a highly common acupressure point. It can be used to treat any disorder that affects your face or head.

Want to know more? Here's how massaging the Nei Guan can help.
Nei Guan, or P-6, is an acupressure point on your inside arm, near the wrist. If you're struggling with chemotherapy or pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting, you should give this point a try.

If you don't want to pop pills to deal with your headaches, go to the Zhong Zhu pressure point.
SJ 3, or Zhong Zhu, is an acupressure point commonly used to cure headaches, puffy eyes, and shoulder discomfort.

So what are the other acupressure points that can improve your overall health? Do you know about Jian Jing?
If you're having headaches, neck pain, and shoulder tightness, research has proven that massaging the Jian Jing can help.

To put it plainly, the Lao Gong acupressure point can help you cure several health issues naturally.
Lao Gong is one of the most powerful acupressure points. It heals multiple problems like removing extra heat from your body, mouth ulcers, anxiety, and nosebleeds. It's the point that balances the ‘fire element' in your body.

You'd be surprised to know that massaging Tai Chong acupoint can ease menstrual cramps and other illnesses.
If you have painful periods, we've got a natural solution for you. Located on your foot, Tai Chong acupoints can be found 2 finger-widths above the position where your big toe and index toe meet. If you're suffering from stress, lower back pain, post-stroke depression, menstrual cramps, or sleeplessness, this point can be miraculous for you.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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