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Acupressure or acupressure massage, often misspelled as "accupressure," is a non-certified field of activities that vary considerably in their application. Acupressure is a science that deals with the human body and the flow of natural energy within the body. It is a science, and there is not anything supernatural or magical about acupressure. This medical science is practised with the use of only one human tool: the thumb. Pressure is applied on different 'pressure points' on the body, stimulating the corresponding glands of the body.

Acupressure has been practised as a healing art for at least 5,000 years. It is perceived to be the third most popular method for treating pain and illness in the world.

Acupressure has been around in this world for an unknown number of years now. It is a science that has existed in different parts of the world for many years, though as of today, it exists mainly in Asian countries such as India, China, Japan, and Korea.

There is not a specific place or country where it evolved. The techniques of acupressure differ not only from country to country, though also from city to city in the same country and in a same state. There is not one definite technique that is used by all people. The Acupressure philosophy is based on the same principles as Acupuncture. By using pressure instead of needles, acupressure works to stimulate specific reflex points located along the lines of energy which run through the physical body. These lines of energy are named meridians. There are perceived to be 14 main meridian lines, each of which corresponds to an individual organ of the body. When the vital energies are able to flow through the meridians in a balanced and even way the result is superiour health. When you experience pain or illness it is an indication that there is a block or leak in the energy flow within your physical body.

Acupressure once was a very common science that everybody used to treat medical problems, though with the invasion of western medicine and fast working pills, a vast majority of the humans switched from acupressure to allopathic medicine. Today, very few humans in the world use this science as a source of curing medical problems.

 

Acupressure has been used to assist:
Alcoholism
Allergies
Anxiety
Arthritis and Rheumatism
Asthma
Backaches, Slipped Disks, Fractures, and Dislocations
Breast Cancer
Bronchitis
Colds
Conjunctivitis
Cataract
Cerebral Palsy
Cough
Constipation
Chest pain
Chicken Pox
Cramps
Depression
Diabetes
Diarrhea
Deafness
Dizziness
Drug Addiction
Ear Infection
Edema
Fatigue
Fibromyalgia
Flu
Gastritis
Gout
Gouts/Stones in Kidney & Bladder
Gums Dis-ease
Headaches
Hot Flashes
Hyperacidity
Hypertension
Indigestion
Infection
Insomnia
Intestinal Problems
Meniere's
Menstrual
Cramps
Mumps
Nausea
Neuralgia
Neurasthenia
Numbness
Overeating
Pain
Paralysis
Pleurisy
PMS, Infertility, Menopause, Pregnancy Problems, Urinary Problems in human females
Pneumonia
PTSD
Renal (Kidney) Failures
Rhinitis
Scoliosis
Stress
Sinusitis
Stroke
Toothache
Ulcers
Vertigo
Weight Control


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