Introduction to the Acupressure Points,Acupressure,Acupressure points,Acutreatment,Adrenals,Solar Plexus,Lungs,Ears,Cure,Medicine,Treatment,Indigestion,High blood pressure,Low urine pressure,Lack of heat in the body,Excessive fat,Lack of mental development,Lack of sexual power, Lethargy,Infertility,Vomiting,Headaches,Greed,pride,anti-social activities,Lack of concentration,Excessive urination,Heartburn,Reflux,Constipation,Dehydration,Dysentery,Throat pain,Tonsillitis,Goitre,Diphtheria,Cough,Voice problems,Whooping cough,Throat infection,Hemoptysis,Bronchitis,Chest pain,Asthma,Emphysema,Pain on the sides of the chest,Impaired hearing,Tinnitus,Ear infection,Earache

Introduction to the Acupressure Points : (Point No. 28 Adrenals – Point No. 31 Ears)

Acupressure Point No. 28 Adrenals :

Females have larger adrenals than males. It is a hormonal gland situated above the kidneys. It controls the fire/heat in the body. 
When it isn’t functioning properly it can effect the spleen, liver and gall bladder. It controls the body’s minerals and metabolises water. It helps turn calcium into fat. It activates our muscles and helps coagulate blood. 

It makes the spleen increase our red blood corpuscles. It aids the beginning of sexual development in children. Its good functioning creates people of high moral character and inner strength. 

Some common problems : 
* Indigestion
* High blood pressure 
* Low urine pressure
* Lack of heat in the body 
* Excessive fat 
* Lack of mental development 
* Lack of sexual power 
* Lethargy 
* Infertility 
* Vomiting 
* Headaches 
* Greed, pride, anti-social activities 
* Lack of concentration 
* Excessive urination 
* Heartburn 
* Reflux 

On the hands we can use either our fingers or an instrument but on our feet we should use only the instrument.

Acupressure point no 28, Adrenal

Acupressure Point no 28, Adrenal

Acupressure Point No. 29 Solar Plexus :

This point needs to be checked regularly because lifting heavy weights and excessive gas can displace it. 

Some common problems when displaced : 
* Constipation 
* Dehydration 
* Dysentery 

In females, it can cause pain in the chest and the lower abdomen. If it is displaced for a long time, digestion could be permanently impaired. 

On the hands we should only use our fingers and on our feet we should only use the instrument.

Acupressure point no 29, Solar Plexus

Acupressure point no 29, Solar Plexus

Acupressure Point No. 30 Lungs :

Some common problems : 
* Throat pain 
* Tonsillitis 
* Goitre 
* Diphtheria 
* Cough 
* Voice problems 
* Whooping cough 
* Throat infection 
* Hemoptysis 
* Bronchitis 
* Chest pain 
* Asthma 
* Emphysema 
* Pain on the sides of the chest 

On the hands we can use either our fingers or an instrument but on our feet we should use only an instrument.

Acupressure point no 30, Lungs

Acupressure point no 30, Lungs

Acupressure Point No. 31 Ears :

Some common problems : 
* Impaired hearing
* Tinnitus 
* Ear infection 
* Earache 

On the hands we should only use our fingers but on our feet we should only use an instrument.

Acupressure point no 31, Ears

Acupressure point no 31, Ears




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