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ACUPRESSURE GUIDEAlleviate Headaches, Neck and Joint Pain, Anxiety Attacks and Other Ailments
You have the potential to relieve most ailments with your hands. Acupressure is an ancient art practiced by Chinese for over 5,000 years. This fully illustrated guide by Aaron Stein, Ph.D., distills acupressure into simple exercises that can be used to alleviate wide range of medical conditions. Since its release 3 years ago over 25,000 people downloaded the guide!
Ailments Covered by the Acupressure Guide:
Headache and Migraine: Frontal Headache | Back of the head | Side of the head | Top of the head | Pain in the eye (Migraine behind the eye)
Local Pain: Jaw | Toothache | Ear | Neck | Shoulder | Wrist | Hand | Backache | Hip | Knee | Ankle | Foot
Cold and Flu: Sore throat | Sinusitis | Loss of Voice | Earaches | Allergy
Nervous System: Anxiety Attacks and Nervousness | Depression | Insomnia | Fainting | Hiccoughs | Memory and Concentration Improvement
Cardiovascular: Angina | Palpitations | High Blood Pressure
Abdominal Discomfort: Constipation | Diarrhea | Heartburn and Stomachache
Women only: PMS and Painful Periods | Hot Flashes | Pregnancy
Urinary Problems: Bed-wetting | Incontinence | Urinary retention
Other: Nose bleeding | Allergy | Itching | Asthma | Decreased Libido | Hangover
How acupressure works:
Acupressure and acupuncture share the same active points (also called trigger points). The ancient Chinese developed system of active points stimulation over 5,000 years ago. The active points are located on imaginary lines called meridians. Accordingly, the points are referred to by the meridian they are located on and consecutive number of point on that meridian.
The ancient Chinese believed that life energy chi (pronounced chee) flows through these meridians. In a healthy person the energy flow trough meridians is unobstructed. The blockade of chi flow results in an illness. The Chinese believed that active points stimulation clears the meridians and improves the flow of energy.
The western medical science only begins to understand the mechanisms responsible for positive effects of active points stimulation. Stimulation of active points is thought to lead to increased release of endorphins. Endorphin is a natural body painkiller. Endorphin and morphine are chemically different molecules but, by coincidence, they have very similar 3-dimensional shape. This similarity in shape allows morphine to bind the endorphin receptor, reduce pain, and induce feeling of happiness. Thus endorphin released by acupressure stimulation may lead to relaxation and normalization of body functions.
Example of Active point description - Tai Yang:
Location: in the large depression on the side of the head about 1 inch away from
the end of the eyebrow.
The major strength of the book are its crisp illustrations, thorough description
of acupressure points location, and step-by-step explanations.
I have read
many different acupressure guides before. This one by far is the easiest
I am no
longer afraid of the headache!
I was able
to alleviate my wrist pain
thought through collection of exercises!
guide, good verbal description, great artwork!
Better than Advil
and still gentle on your stomach
like magic, but the wrist pain … disappeared after two treatments!
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