AcupressureAcupressure and its Benefits
Frequently Asked Questions
Acupressure is a supplementary therapy with roots in traditional Chinese medicine. To encourage healing and ease various ailments, pressure is applied to certain body spots.
A specific spot on the body where an acupuncture needle may be inserted to control pain and other symptoms.
- The primary meridians of the body include more than 360 acupoints.
- Each one is linked to a certain function or organ system and has a unique name and location on the body.
- They are frequently identified based on where they are in relation to anatomical markers like bones, muscles, and tendons.
- Acupoints are an important part of therapy, and finding and using them correctly is crucial for successful therapies.
- Pain relief
- Anxiety and tension
- Improved sleep
- Better digestion
- Immune system support
- Balance of emotions
- Treats migraines and headaches
- Period cramps
In general, acupressure is risk-free when done by a qualified professional. However, there are some possible risks and side effects, such as:
- Aching or bruises
- Nausea or dizziness
- Organ or tissue puncture
- Pregnancy-related adverse effects