Today, I will teach you some acupoint massage methods that are particularly useful for regulating high blood pressure.
let’s learn a few acupoints first, the first is Quchi, and the second is Taichong. These two acupuncture points, for many patients with high blood pressure, tap for three to five minutes, and you can Lowering blood pressure by 5 to 10 mmHg, often clicking on these two acupuncture points is very beneficial for the regulation and reduction of high blood pressure.
First of all, the first Quchi point, Quchi point, is on our elbow, at the midpoint of the line connecting the Jize point and the traumatic condyle of the humerus. It is about a curved elbow, and we can feel a hole on the outside of the elbow. Bone, the inner side of this bone is Quchi acupoint. When we go to click this acupoint, try to click in the direction of the tip of the elbow. If you press in this direction, there will be a clear feeling of soreness and numbness. Then you should find the right one. Press and release for ten seconds, or rub for ten seconds to release, and stick to it for one to two minutes.
Let’s talk about the Taichong point on the foot. Taichong is the Yuan point of the liver meridian. Then this point has a very good effect of soothing the liver, calming the liver and lowering the inverse. Comes down, works great. This acupoint is between the big and second fingers of our feet, and between the two phalanges of the fingers of our feet. The seam is pushed upwards, until it can no longer be pushed, then this is the Taichong point.
The tap of Taichong point must be tapped in the direction of the spring in the sole of the foot, so that the effect is the best. The Taichong acupoint also has a feeling of soreness and numbness when you press it a little. Press it for ten seconds, knead it for ten seconds, press it for ten seconds, and knead it for ten seconds. For one acupoint, it takes one to two minutes. The combination is very beneficial for lowering blood pressure.
The third method of self-massage is called Pushing Qiaogong Point. Where is Qiaogong Point? Behind our ears, it is a linear hole, located on the large tendons on both sides of the human neck, which can be felt when moving the head from side to side.
There is a Yinfeng point in the depression behind the earlobe. We can press the Yinfeng point with four fingers from above, push it down, and push it all the way to the position above our collarbone. When it is pushed down, it must be wiped slowly, it has penetrating power. , It is best to hold down the feeling of soreness and numbness, a little soreness and numbness, while pushing 50 times.
In order to avoid accidents caused by the blood pressure dropping too fast, it is best not to push the Qiaogong points on both sides at the same time! ! You can only push this side first and then push this side. You don’t press both sides. Pressing both sides together will cause hypoxia. You must push one side first, then the other side.
What is a Relaxation Massage?
Relaxation massage is a full-body treatment with soft music, and aromatherapy essential oils. that will use all kinds of massage techniques, including long strokes, gentle kneading and rolling of skin and muscle, and perhaps some rhythmic rocking from side to side.
What is a relaxation massage beneficial?
- Relieves stress and muscle tension and leaves you exuding a sense of well-being
- Improves your circulation and blood flow and aids with lymphatic drainage
- Ease back pain and neck pain breaking up stubborn knots and tight soft tissue
- Encourages your body to digest its food and gets rid of its toxins to help you to sleep better
- Relieves soothe muscle soreness and sprains and encourages the skin to heal minor abrasions