Press The Forefinger For 60 Seconds: The Whole World Is Amazed By The Effect This Trick Has For The Organs!

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Acupressure accesses the body’s subtle energy layers to let health and well-being flow.

If you bump your knee, stub your toe, or whack your elbow, your first impulse is to touch the spot that hurts. That instinct — the desire to soothe pain with touch — is the essence of acupressure.

Acupressure might sound wacky, especially for Americans taught to seek remedy in pills and procedures. But acupressure is not a New Age contrivance. It’s been around for 5,000 years and is based on ancient understandings of the body as both a physical and energetic entity.

Acupressure Points for Self Treatment are mostly situated on Hands, Feet and some other spots on body.

Hand Acupressure Points: Acupressure Points on Hand are very helpful for Self Treatment. There are a few common pressure points situated on Hand which should be stimulated regularly as Self Treatment. 

Applying pressure on Hand Acupressure Points for Self Treatment will help in reducing many pains and problems. Hand Acupressure Points include the following common pressure points:

Sinus Pressure and Pain

Face palm towards you and bring your thumb to the pad of your finger and forefinger to the opposite side close to your cuticle. For 1-3 minutes, squeeze and hold the tip of each finger and press firmly. Then, lightly massage the area. Do the same on every finger.

Upset Stomach

Warm up the whole thumb by massaging it. It will respond to the stomach and spleen meridians. Also, you can press directly in the center of your palm.

Migraines and Headaches

You can ease the pain from headaches and migraines by focusing on the area at the base of the fingernails. Concentrate on the index finger and the webbing between thumb and index finger.
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Tension and Pain in the Neck

Start by massaging from the middle part between the knuckle at the top to the base of the finger. Do this on every finger on both hands.

Cold or Sore Throat

Massage the whole thumb and warm it. You can apply pressure for a longer period on the meaty part of the web of your hand. Moreover, apply specific pressure to the thumb on the tissue to the inside of the nail.

Menstrual Cramps or Abdominal Pain

Massage gently the whole hand and then press directly on the point on your index finger just below and on the side of your nail on the side closest to the thumb.

Another location you need to press directly is a point on your small finger just away from the nail on the cuticle line toward the outside.

First, start by massaging your hands together for a minute to boost the energy and sensitivity of your hands. Massage gently by using the fingers and thumb of your opposite hand to warm up the skin.

Press firmly the area of interest using your opposite thumb and fingers. Hold it for 1-5 minutes and repeat 1-5 times as needed, or each day to prevent this problem.


Massage the whole hand with a gentle pressure. Then, press directly the point on your middle finger just below and on the side of your nail on the side closest toward the index finger.


If you are pregnant, consult a medical expert before using acupressure, since some acupoints may cause the uterus to contract.
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