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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Introduction to the Acupressure Points (4-7)

 Introduction to the 
Acupressure Points :
(
Point no. 4, Pineal gland - Point no. 7, Neck)


Acupressure Point No. 4 Pineal gland :



Acupressure points 4, Pineal glands.
Acupressure points 4, Pineal gland
The health and secretions of the other glands is dependent on the healthy functioning of this gland. It controls the sodium and potassium balance in the body.
If this gland is in good health, humans can reach great heights of inner peace and kindness and great powers of self-control in regard to pain and sorrow.

Some common problems :
 * High blood pressure
 * Sexual problems
 * Water retention in the limbs which is often mistaken as kidney disease


This point can be done with either an instrument or with the fingers.


Acupressure Point No. 5 Head blood vessels : 
 
Acupressure Point 5. Head blood vessels
 Acupressure Point 5. Head blood vessels
These provide the connection between the brain and the body.
During headaches and migraines these dilate and give rise to throbbing pain.

This point should be done only with the fingers.


Acupressure Point No. 6 Throat :



Acupressure points 6, Throat.
Acupressure points 6, Throat.
There are 2 parts of the throat :
* Larynx and trachea
* Pharynx and esophagus

This point should be done only with the fingers.


Acupressure Point No. 7 Neck :



Acupressure points 7, Neck.
Acupressure points 7, Neck.
 Some common problems :
* Neck pain
* Stiff neck
* Tension.


This point should be done only with the fingers.


Source : A Self Treatment Manual by Sagar Sagir.

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