Pressure Points to Boost Your Metabolism And Accelerate Weight Loss

Cole Damon March 21st 2018 Science
The human body is an amazing machine but it is not without its complications. It requires constant vigilance and maintenance through and through. If you become lackadaisical about the metabolism rate of your body, you will begin to realize how things will start to fall apart. These 15 pressure points will allow you to properly care for your body without any repercussions.
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Top of your trapezius muscle
This point is localted directly on your back just where your neck meets the shoulder and it is beneath the line within your nipple. Place appropriate pressure on this spot for exactly one minute, then repeat on the opposite side.
Nose bridge
You will need to directly look into the mirror for this and be able to find the acupressure pressure spot which is placed between your eyes and nose bridge. Place pressure at the area leading from the eye toward the nose bridge.
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The eyebrows
There is a gap between your eyebrows which is also considered one of the most important pressure points. When you apply pressure to this spot, it helps to increase the metabolic rate. Do this for one minute.
The breastbone
The area of the body directly above the celiac plexus is located on the breastbone. It is yet another acupressure point which can help to restore energy and lose weight. Press the spot for one minute and make a habit of repeating this daily.
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The ear
There is a spot on your face which is perfectly suited between the year and the temple. You should apply some pressure toward this area and massage it for one minute. If you do this daily, it can help with the metabolic rate.
The abdomen
The abdomen has several pressure points which can activate a floodgate leading to rapid bursts of energy flow, allowing it to lose weight. According to the illustration, find the biggest spot and cover it for one minute.
Abdominal cavity
The abdominal area also has two major spots which can be found directly under the chest on the area where the stomach is. Massage the belly from the bottom to the upward direction. Make a habit of doing it daily.
Elbow
The inside area of the elbow is another major acupressure point which can help with rapid weight loss. Make a habit of doing this for about a minute every day and you will be able to lose several pounds.
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The knee
Perhaps more important than other areas of the body, the knee has extremely important nerve endings and is a major source of bursts of energy. Find the pressure point and apply relevant pressure on it for about a minute.
The ankle
The ankles literally control the movement of our body and as such, can be used to provide a lot of leverage to lose a significant amount of weight. There are two acupuncture points which can be used.
The upper lip
The area directly above the upper lip has a major acupuncture point. You should probably do this indoors because people don't necessarily know what you're up to. It will allow you to lose a lot of weight in a short period.
The palm
The area between the thumb and the first finger contains an important floodgate to rapid burst of energy which can be utilized to lose a lot of weight. If you do this for about a minute every day, it will help with your metabolism rate.
The feet
The feet are extremely important areas of our body and contribute significantly to our well being. They also contain at least five major pressure points which if made use of can allow us to inch forward to losing more weight.
Why you should lose weight
Weight loss is extremely important not just from a cosmetic point of view but also because they help us to become healthier. People who are overweight experience issues with their health such as cardiovascular and neurological diseases.
No fatshaming
You should be careful not to fat shame people who seem obese to you. Everyone is beautiful in their own way and if you shame them, that means you are bullying and harassing them. It is unethical and morally wrong.

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