Acupressure


Acupressure has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its effectiveness in the treatment of illness and pain. It is an ancient healing technique which dates back thousands of years. Today acupressure is widely used throughout the world. Many doctors believe that acupressure has positive and healing effects. Research conducted by UCLA Center for East-West Medicine has studied the scientific basis of acupressure. The research suggests that self-acupressure treatment can help with recovery and also it is cost effective.

Acupressure applies the same principles as acupuncture. It is sometimes referred to as the needleless acupuncture because both techniques use acupoints that lie along the channels in your body, to achieve the desired results. Acupressure treatment is firm, controlled and timed pressure applied by thumb, fingers or elbow on specific acupoints. With the knowledge of which acupoints are responsible for particular health condition, you can attempt to self-treat yourself with acupressure.

You don’t need to be a TCM practitioner in order to get some good results from acupressure. A helpful guidance can make it easier to more accurately find the acupressure points, and your results will be better. In most situations, acupressure works well for most people. It is a very portable treatment. It is often the technique of choice when doing treatments at home or in workplace.

Health Conditions Treated with Acupressure

Asthma
Cold
Constipation
Dark Circles
Depression
Edema in Face
Edema in Feet
Edema in Hands
Edema in Legs
Gray Hair
Hair Loss
Insomnia
Migraine
Numbness in Arms
Numbness in Feet
Numbness in Hands
Numbness in Legs
Sinusitis
Tinnitus
Weight Loss
Tinnitus
Weight Loss
Hair Loss