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Friday, April 26, 2013

Introduction to the Acupressure Points : (24-27)

Introduction to the 
Acupressure Points :
(Point No. 24 Shoulder - Point No. 27 Stomach)




 Point No. 24 Shoulder :

Acupressure point no 24. Shoulder.
Acupressure point no 24. Shoulder.

Some common problems : 
* Pain
* Cramps
* Frozen shoulder
* Joint problems


This point should only be pressed using an instrument.
Point No. 25 Pancreas :
 

Acupressure point no 24. Pancreas.
Acupressure point no 24. Pancreas.

This gland creates insulin. If the pancreas produces less insulin than it should, the result is usually diabetes.

If the pancreas overworks and creates too much insulin then the results are :
* Headaches
* Migraines
* Low blood pressure
* Addiction to sweet things
* Lethargy
* Alcohol dependency


On the hands we can use either our fingers or an instrument but on our feet we should use only the instrument.



Point No. 26 Kidney : 


Acupressure point no 26. Kidney.
Acupressure point no 26. Kidney.

Cleans 175 liters of blood every day. It sends waste to the bladder.
It controls blood pressure and water in the body. It controls sodium chloride and creates Vitamin D.

Some common problems :
* Burning on passing urine
* Strong smell
* Colour too yellow
* Infections


In the hands we can use either our fingers or an instrument but on our feet we should use only the instrument. 



 Point No. 27 Stomach :
 

Acupressure point no 27. Stomach.
Acupressure point no 27. Stomach.

Digests and stores food. With the help of hydrochloric acid, it digests protein and fat. Water, glucose, alcohol and medicines go directly into the blood stream.

Some common problems :
* Stomach pain
* Headache
* Vomiting
* Giddiness
* Feeling bloated
* Bad smell in the mouth
* Inability to taste food
* Loss of appetite
* Constipation
* Diarrhoea
* Heaviness in the stomach
* Coating on the tongue
* Lack of saliva


Problems can arise from not chewing food properly or enough, excessive spice and/or oil in the food, eating too frequently, smoking, drinking tea, coffee and alcohol, stress, frustration, infection and the toxic effects of medication.

On the hands we can use either our fingers or an instrument but on our feet we should use only the instrument.


Source : A Self Treatment Manual by Sagar Sagir.

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