Sunday, April 14, 2013

Introduction to the Acupressure Points (Sinus-3)

Introduction to the 
Acupressure Points :
(Sinus-Point 3 Pituitary gland)

Acupressure point: Sinus

Acupressure Point-Synus.
Sinus point

These points are located at the tips of the fingers and toes.
This point should be done with an instrument.

Acupressure Point No.1 The Brain :

Acupressure point: Brain.
Brain point.

A most important point which houses our knowledge and wisdom. It is full of nerves which facilitate the flow of bio-electricity. This bio-electricity creates energy and controls the physical processes of the body.
It also controls the emotions and the sub-conscious.

Some common problems :
* Headaches
* Migraine
* Giddiness
This point should be done with an instrument. 

Acupressure Point No. 2 Cranial nerves : 

Acupressure point. Cranial nerves
Cranial nerves point.

All the information processed by our brain is carried by our nerves. These form an extremely complex network and are responsible for conveying all commands to and from the brain.
The left brain controls the right side of the body and vice versa.

Some common problems : 
If around our nerves, there is not enough circulation of blood or oxygen, we may feel chronically stressed. If these connections become very weak, our organs may be affected adversely.
This point can be done using either an instrument or the fingers.

Acupressure Point No. 3 Pituitary gland :

Acupressure point. Pituitary gland
Pituitary gland point.

This is located in the brain and is considered the control centre of all the endocrine glands. It is responsible for our judgement, our wants, and gives our mind its direction.
If this gland works perfectly then the person may be highly creative and skilled in whatever activities are conducted.

Some common problems :
* Obesity
* Children may be very naughty and/or dishonest
* After childbirth, it may be difficult for the mother to lose weight.
* Pregnancy with this condition may result in a brain damaged child.
* Adults may have a bad memory
* Sexual potency may be reduced.
* Rough skin and skin lesions.
* There may be hormonal deficiencies in men.
" Mental development may be retarded.
* In taller men there may be spinal defects.
This point can be done with either an instrument or with the fingers. 

Source : A Self Treatment Manual by Sagar Sagir.

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