15 Pressure Points to Get Rid of Annoying Aches All Over Your Body

Cole Damon March 16th 2018 Lifestyle
People who have aches around their body can always body from tips that help them counter these aches. Here we take a look at 14 such points that are extremely necessary for countering the aches in your body and help you take the stress out of your mind. Assessing these pressure points can give you relief from the pains you are experiencing.
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Three Miles Point
The three miles point is a point on the body located at least 1 and a half inch above the knee cap. Assessing this point can save your body from issues in the digestion system and can help counter many aches in the stomach.
The Third Eye Point
The third eye point is a point located between your eyes. This point is an important point in the body and can help reduce the occurrence of many aches. Applying gentle pressure here can save you from depression and headaches.
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The Pericardum Point
The pericardium point is located on the inside of your forearm and is at least 3 fingers away from your wrist. This point is between the two tendons. Applying firm pressure here can help provide relief from vomiting and nausea.
Tong Li Zao Point
The Tong Li Zao point is an important part of the body located in the corner of the eye. Slowly rubbing the area with your fingertip can help you reduce fatigue in the eye and counter the impact of migraines.
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Big Rushing Point
Your big rushing point is positioned between the second toe and the big toe in your body. The point is positioned one and a half inch between the both. Press it for one month and you can relieve tiredness and headaches.
Sea of Tranquility Point
The sea of tranquility point is located in the center of your chest and can be easily assessed. Pressing on the point for one minute can give anyone a lot of relief from hysteria, depression and emotional issues.
Joining the Valley Point
The joining the valley point is conveniently positioned between your thumb and your index finger. The point is extremely useful to get relief from shoulder pain, toothache and minor headaches that can give you a lot to worry about.
The Yongquan Point
The Yongquan Point is conveniently located in the area between your third and second toe. By applying pressure in the area, you can get relief from nausea, fainting and dealing with headaches. This almost always works in many cases.
Gates of Consciousness
The point for gates of consciousness is positioned on the sides of your neck. The position is basically known as the base of your skull and can help you get over migraines, dizziness and headaches among many other troubles in the head.
Wind Mansion Point
The wind mansion point is an important point located on the back of your head. The point is on the center below the skull and can be pressed on to relieve you from the pain of a sore throat or nose bleeds.
Sea of Vitality Points
The sea of vitality point is on the waist line on the back of your body. The point can be conveniently assessed by maintaining 2-4 fingers distance from your spine. It can reduce the pain from stomach and abdominal pain.
Triple Heater 6 Point
The triple heater 6 point is usually located 3 inches away from the wrist, in the upward direction. Applying pressure on this point for more than one minute can help reduce bloating in the body, until you experience relief.
Kunlun Mountains Point
The Kunlun Mountains Point is located between your Achilles Tendon and your ankle bone. Once you find the point you can apply firm pressure on it for one minute to experience relief from shoulder, neck and back pain.
Crooked Pond Point
The crooked pond point is located on the crease of your bent elbow, often very close to the elbow itself. Assessing this point and applying pressure with your thumb can give you relief from hay fever, cold and sore throats.
Equally Effective
Rubbing and massaging all these points can give you a lot of relief from pain. These aches in your body are often an indication of something serious, which is why it is advised that you consult a doctor after the minor pain relief.

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