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Acupressure Is The Practise Of Applying Pressure To Specific Points On The Body To Treat Symptoms Of Pain And Digestive Problems.
Acupressure Is The Practise Of Applying Pressure To Specific Points On The Body To Treat Symptoms Of Pain And Digestive Problems.

It Relieves Tension And Anxiety, Promotes Sleep, Relaxes Muscles And Joints, Regulates Digestion, Reduces Headaches And Migraines, And Relieves Back Pains And Menstrual Cramps. Chronic Pain Is Neck Pain, Back Pain, Slipped Disk, Or Arthritis Can Be Cured With This Practice. An Invisible Pathway Of Energy Called Meridians Flows Within The Body. At Least 14 Meridians Are Thought To Connect The Organs With Other Parts Of The Body. Acupressure Points Lie Along Those Meridians.

About MBS - Acupressure

The Therapist Will Press A Specific Trigger Point For A Particular Ailment, So You Will Need To Know Where You Want To Stimulate The Reflex Point. Healing With Acupressure Requires Certain Experience And It Is Best To Go To A Therapist. An Acupressure Therapist Will Use Their Thumbs, Knuckles, Or Fingers To Apply Firm But Gentle Pressure To Local And Trigger Acupuncture Points On Certain Parts Of The Body. This Pressure Lasts From Thirty Seconds To Two Minutes, After Which It Slowly Subsides.


Acupressure therapy is a standard treatment used in traditional Chinese medicine. Acupressure consists of applying pressure using the hands, thumbs, fingers or devices, to specific points on the body along pathways called “meridians.” It is similar to acupuncture but does not require needles. The purpose of acupressure is to stimulate the points that correspond to particular organs, emotions, or sensations. In traditional Chinese medicine, the disease is caused by imbalance or blockage of the flow of energy or “qi.” Therefore, it is believed that acupressure stimulates energy flow, unlocks the power, and rebalances energy, resulting in healing. Most of the acupressure points are located near the nerves. The researchers suggest that applying pressure to these points can block the transmission of pain signals. Some experts suggest that acupuncture could release natural pain relievers called endorphins and brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. These chemicals can naturally reduce pain and affect mood.

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