Do you sometimes get a headache, a toothache or a tummy ache and need a quick fix to make the pain go away? What if I told you that you could use Acupressure to give yourself a quick pain-relief top-up in between Acupuncture sessions?
ACUPRESSURE is an easy technique where you give yourself a brief massage using Acupuncture points. It works the same way as Acupuncture does by accessing our nervous system. It may feel a bit deep and intense but with a few well-chosen points you should feel the effects almost immediately. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got a headache, your feeling stressed or you’ve got something silly like the hiccoughs (I always feel silly when I get the hiccoughs) you can give yourself a mini-treatment and before long you’ll be right as rain again.
HOW TO ACUPRESSURE
Pick your point, for example LI-4 for a toothache.
Use a finger (thumb or index work best) to press into the point. This should feel sore and a bit unpleasant.