Pain is a problem that many of us experience on a regular basis. In many cases, we tend to shrug it off and perhaps just take a pill to get beyond the difficulty. There may be times, however, when we are in a painful situation and it seems as if a pill just isn’t going to do it. That isn’t even to mention the fact that pills tend to have side effects, regardless of whether we buy them over the counter at the drugstore or using a prescription.
When you have a headache, it can be one of the most devastating types of pain that you experience. That pain can sneak up on us and before we know it, we are absolutely debilitated by the pain that we are experiencing. Even if it is not that serious of a headache, we certainly want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. This method helps you to do so in only five minutes.
The method that is used in this article is acupressure. It is a scientifically proven way to help with pain and a wide variety of other issues.
When you first get started, relax and find a comfortable position. It doesn’t take long to do this massage, and you’re usually done within a few minutes.
When massaging the point, use light pressure or circular movements. You will typically find that the headache disappears after about 5 or 10 minutes of this massage.
6 main points for removing a headache
The Yintang is sometimes referred to as the third eye. It is located between the eyebrows at the place where the bridge of the nose passes into the forehead. It is also responsible for the removal of eye fatigue.
These symmetrical points located in this picture are at the base of the inner edge of the eyebrows. Massaging this area can also relieve a runny nose and improves your vision. Massage for one moment with light pressure or using circular movements.
These points are located on either side of the nostrils in line with the eyes. You will feel a dimple at the bottom of the cheekbones. These areas help open the sinuses, reduce a toothache or headache and relieve stress.
You will find these points on the back of the head in the middle, between the beginning of the spine and the ear. When you massage these points, it can relieve nasal congestion, pain in the ears and eyes, migraines and severe headaches.
The Shuai gu points are located approximately 2-3 cm from the bottom of the hairline in the area of the temple. You will feel a small dimple in this point. Applying light pressure to the area relieves pain in the temporal region and eye fatigue.
These are symmetrical points located on the back of the hand between the forefinger and the thumb. Light pressure applied to the area relieves back pain, tension in the neck muscles and toothache.
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