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How To stay SAFE and CALM in a crazy world, cont. Acupressure points for Headaches

Posted on April 5, 2020 at 7:00 PM

How is everyone going? I'm sure with this lock down and stress on another level we tend to get more tense and Neck and Shoulders tighten up leading to Headaches. so here are some points to help with that. Remember you only have to choose 1 or 2 points that help you of course you can do the whole routine but its best to hold the points several times during the day for 1-3 minutes each.

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As always: Stay safe and calm!

Headaches and Migraines
B 10:
Location: below base of skull between 1st and 2nd cervical one, both sides of spine
Benefits: headaches, stiff neck, balances thyroid, sore throat,
depression, self expression

GB 20:
Location: right under skull – occipital bone, approx. 2 fingers width from spine both sides
Benefits: headaches, hypertension, dizziness, stiff neck,
memory, insomnia, eyestrain, indecisiveness, irritability

Location: back of head under medulla, depression before 1st cervical bone
Benefits: headache, migraine, vertigo, eye problems, neck
pain, nosebleeds, hang over, hyper tension, relaxes mind

Li 3:
location: one thumb width down between first and second toe
Benefits: headaches, antispasmodic – muscle cramps, detox,
arthritis, toe pain, fever

location: one thumbs width down between 4th and 5th toe
Benefits: general pain relief, headaches, migraines, shoulder
tension, sciatica, phantom pain

PE6 can be included if nausea is present

Categories: Self help tips and other wellbeing related info

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