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Can anyone do this therapy? 
Most people can do acupressure easily and safely, children, as well as adults. 

Who is it not appropriate for? 
Pregnant women who have previously miscarried should abstain from this therapy for the first 4 months of pregnancy. Generally pregnant women shouldn’t press any point on the backs of the hands or feet. During pregnancy, points should be pressed in moderation but only after the first 16 weeks. 
Also people with very high blood pressure and people under great mental strain should start treatment gently especially on the pineal and pituitary points. 

Does acupressure have any side effects? 
There are no bad side effects but some good ones. For instance if one has neck pain and presses the neck point it could result in the alleviation of shoulder pain as well.

3 responses to “Process of Acupressure (Part-2)”

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