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This book, “Acupressure & Health” provides you with the gist of most of the topics on acupressure in detail. The origins of acupressure are very ancient and discovered that pressing certain points on the body relieves pain, and stress heals diseases and also benefits other parts of the body. The Chinese have practised acupressure for keeping themselves well and happy. You, too, can learn and help your body relieve itself of common ailments by pressing the proper spots. Acupressure is a way to help your body fight back against many health problems like stress, pain, numbness; headaches; heaviness in the head; dizziness; ringing in the ears; stiff shoulders arising from disorders of the autonomic nervous system; constipation; sluggishness; chills of the hands and feet; insomnia; malformations of the backbone frequent in middle age and producing pain in the shoulders, arms, and hands; pains in the back; pains in the knees experienced during standing or going up or down stairs; tension, the balance of emotions, anxiety, grief, other emotional imbalances and diseases that can be relieved with acupressure. Acupressure points can be used to enhance many aspects of life, such as managing stress, relieving and preventing sports injuries, improving muscle tone, and blood circulation, relieving neuromuscular problems, and a beauty treatment like improvement of skin condition and toning and relaxing the facial muscles, which can lessen the appearance of wrinkles without drugs. However, acupressure is not a substitute for medical care; it is often an appropriate complementary treatment. The Acupressure points are located between the shoulder blades, the spine at the level of the heart, the soles of one's feet and palms, and all over the body. Patients with life-threatening diseases and serious medical problems, such as a stroke or heart attack, or any serious medical condition, should always consult their doctor and take treatment before using acupressure therapies. Acupressure is not an appropriate sole treatment for cancer, contagious skin diseases, or sexually transmitted diseases, but in conjunction with proper medical attention, however, gentle acupressure can help soothe and relieve a patient's distress and diseases.
Acupressure's effects can be subtle and while you may often experience immediate relief from stress and pain, sometimes it may take you a few weeks to notice a big change in your overall condition. Acupressure is an ancient healing art that uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force to aid healing. Acupressure uses the gentle but firm pressure of hands and even feet.