Pages

Friday, March 29, 2013

Diagnosis in Acupressure


What is the method of diagnosis in Acupressure?
Research has shown that only a small percentage of disease is caused by germs and most by lifestyle. Bad habits are the main cause of disease, especially bad eating habits and chronic strees, which create toxins in the body, leading to health problems.
These toxins, fats etc. negatively impact our Vital Force. When this Vital Force stops flowing, the body starts giving us signals.
When any organs are diseased, their related points in the hands and feet will be very painful and/or tender when pressed.

Acupressure


How can we diagnose our own disease?
If there is pain or extreme sensitivity in any of the points below one may be able to diagnose both current or potential problems.

Solar Plexus (29)
Diagnosis of this point is possible by placing the palms together lining up the joint lines of our little fingers. They should match exactly, if not them our solar plexus needs treatment.
 Some common problems :
Stomach pain
Digestive problems.

Thyroid (8)
Some common problems :
Osteoporosis
Leg pain
Neck problems
Joint pain
Groos neck.

Lungs (30), Cold (34), Throat (6)
Some common problems :
Cold
Throat problems
Sinusitis
Cough
Asthma
Breathing problems
Teeth problems.

Brain (1), Cranial nerves (2), Pituitary (3), Pineal (4), Head blood vessels (5)
Some common problems :
Bad headaches
Migraine.

Pituitary (3), Pineal (4)
Some common problems :
Alzheimer's
Headaches
Memory loss. 

Neck (7), Spine (9)
Some common problems :
Spondylitis
Back pain
Hip pain
Joint problems.

Piles (10), Colon (20)
Some common problems :
Constipation
Irregular stool
Bleeding
Piles
Pain.

Prostate (11), Bladder (18)
Some common problems :
Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Burning
Lack of control of urinary stream
Polyuria
Oliguria
In males, all the above as well as prostate problems. If there is pain on point no. 11 for men this means prostate problems.
Pain on this point for women means possible urinary/sexual gland problems.

Penis+ Vagina (12), Testes (15)
Some common problems :
Irregular periods
Period pains
Excessive bleeding.
Leucorrhoea
Fertility problems
Impotence
Premature ejaculation.

Lymph glands (16), Pancreas (25)
Some common problems :
If both points hurt it could mean diabetes. If the pain is moderate it could mean borderline diabetes.
If only point 25 hurts it could mean low blood pressure.

Shoulder (24)
Some common problems :
Shoulder pain
Frozen shoulder.

Hip and Knees (17)
Some common problems :
Hip and knee problems and pain.

Pineal (4), Adrenals (28)
Problem :
If both points hurt it could mean high blood pressure.

Heart (36)
Some common problems :
Chest pain on the left side of the body
Rapid heartbeat
Palpitations
Pain in the left arm.

Spleen (37), Adrenals (28), Heart (36)
If all three points have pain then the person has a cholesterol
problem, if points 25 and 37 have pain it could mean anaemia.

Gall bladder (22), Liver (23)
Some common problems :
Recurring gastric problems
Hot hands, feet and head
Burning head
Sweating
Hair loss.

Small Intestine (19)
Some common problems :
Dysentery
Gout
Foot pain (especially in the heel and toe)
Reflux.

Stomach (27)
Some common problems :
Vomiting
Hiccough
Gastric problems
Compulsive biting of nails and skin
Insomnia
Heaviness and pain in breasts
Lower abdomen pain before periods.

Ear (31) Nerves of Ear (33)
Some common problems :
Pain
Ear problems
Tinnitus.

Energy (32)
Some common problems :
Weakness
Tiredness
Lethargy.

Eye (35)
Some common problems :
 Eye problems
Lacrymation
Dry eyes
Myopia
Cat aract.

Finally if there is pain on point 21 it could be appendicitis. Check points 11 - 15 and all the digestive points, stomach 27, small intestines 19, colon 20, gall bladder 22, solar plexus 29. If all these points hurt then you may have appendicitis and you need to press all these points three times a day.

Source : A Self Treatment Manual by Sagar Sagir.

No comments:

Post a Comment