Acupressure

 

Asthma Acidity / Gas Back Pain
Constipation Cancer Appendix
Angina Pain Adrenals Abdominal Pain
Acne / Pimples Allergy Anger Management
Bedwetting Belching Boils
Breast Lumps Breathing Problem Cataracts
Cervical Pain Chest Pain Cholesterol
Cold and Cough Coma Patients Conjunctivitis
Convulsions Depression Diabetes
Diarrhoea Dizziness Dreams
Dry Eyes Dysentery Ear Problems
Edema Emphysema Encephalitis
Epilepsy Eye Problems Fainting
Fatigue Fear Fistula
Fits Flatulence Food Poisoning
Frozen Shoulder Frustration Gallbladder Stones
Gastric Ulcers Gum Swelling Hair Problem
Headaches Hearing Problem Heat Stroke
Heel Pain Height Increase Hemiplegia
Hernia Hiccups High Blood Pressure
Hydrocele Hyperthyroid Hyperthyroidism
Hypothyroid Hysteria Increasing Metabolism
Indigestion Influenza Insomnia
Intercostal Pain Itching Jaundice
Joint Pain Kidney Pain Kidney Problems
Kidney Stones Knee Joint Larynx
Leg Pain Leucoderma Leucorrhoea
Liver Cancer Liver Pain Low Blood Pressure
Lumbago Lung Problems Memory and Concentration
Migraine Muscular Pain Neck Stiffness
Negative Thoughts Neuralgia Night Blindness
Numbness- Palpitations Paralysis
Parathyroid Piles Polio
Sciatica Pain Skin Eczema Spasms
Stage Fright Teething Pain Tennis Elbow
Tension Tongue Cracks Travel Sickness
Ulcerative Colitis Uric Acid Urine Problems
Varicose Veins Vertigo Vision Improvement
Vomiting Weakness White Discharge
Whole Body Pain Wind Stroke Worms
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What is acupressure?

The human body has self-curative properties just like other species. It is because, there is a rush to heal pain rapidly, and chemical based medicines have seeped into society. Before allopathic remedies were made available to us, the earliest human beings waited for wounds to heal without any external assistance. At the most, some points were pressed near the outer derma or layer of skin where the pain originated.

 

Detecting the blocked energy in the body

With time, many healers adopted this non-invasive strategy to restore the body. This method simply facilitates the body to reconcile on its own. Yes, it takes time, but the discomfort/agony/ache is gone forever! Fingers are pressed at vital and specific points on the body. The pressure put on the nerves releases the soreness, stimulates the blood circulation gently. The technique is so easy that for decades scientific data has been collected on how therapy takes place. If you really wish to know what is acupressure then you need to experience it and feel its healing touch by an experienced and knowledgeable professional.

No matter how much advanced we may have become in medical techniques to cure people, acupressure will always remain the foremost method to cure. If you notice, when you feel an ache or pain anywhere in the body, the most natural thing is to put your hand on it to know how tender it is and how it can be restored to good health. It could be a toothache or a fall on the knee. The palms of your own hands enable and reach out as the first aid before any other therapy is applied.

Acupressure works now under certain conditions, depending on various factors of the pain & patient, timing, chronic conditions and intensity of the problem. Today, it is a fabulous complementary technique used without side effects.