My wife Barbara has suffered from headaches for years. Nothing she tried solved the problem.
She’d been to the doctor and given a complete exam, so she was sure there was nothing seriously wrong. Yet, maybe because of stress, being a little anemic, etc., she was still getting nasty headaches.
Over the counter pain relievers helped a little, but they have side effects she wants to avoid. They can be nasty on the stomach and some of them made her tired.
Then, a friend of mine, Laura Devlin who’s a martial arts practitioner and very big into natural ancient healing remedies offered to show Barbara a way to solve her problem.
Laura introduced us to Acupressure. If you haven’t heard of this, it’s a close cousin to acupuncture which most everyone has heard of. Up until recent years western medicine didn’t give much credence to acupuncture.
But things have changed. Now, many western medical doctors will often recommend that a person try a therapy like acupuncture alongside of traditional Western therapies. For example there was an article in USA Today that said, “The National Institute of Health recommended acupuncture as a treatment for chronic headaches and a new report from Duke University Medical Center researchers says it really does the trick.
I was getting convinced, but I wanted to do more research as I had my own doubts. Then I came across a report published by The World Health Organization (WTO) which had a review of controlled trials using acupuncture and concluded it was effective for the treatment of 28 conditions and there was evidence to suggest it may be effective for several dozen more.
The thing is that my wife might’ve considered trying acupuncture, but there’s a few things that make it difficult. Acupuncture requires sticking needles into the body and must be done by a trained professional. This requires time she didn’t have and money she wasn’t anxious spend. This is why we were thrilled when Laura told us about Acupressure.
Acupressure is an ancient healing art that uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body’s natural self-curative abilities.
When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body’s life force to aid healing. Acupuncture and acupressure use the same points, but acupuncture employs needles, while acupressure uses the gentle but firm pressure of hands (and even feet).
Foremost among the advantages of acupressure’s healing touch is that it is safe to do on yourself and others – even if you’ve never done it before – so long as you follow the instructions and pay attention to the cautions.
There are no side effects from drugs, because there are no drugs. And the only equipment needed are your own two hands.
With nothing to lose, Barbara studied what Laura had to teach and the results were truly amazing. Suddenly with the touch of a finger her headaches were gone. I was so amazed I told some friends and family about it.
A friend of mine with constant neck pain could suddenly start sitting in front of the computer screen again. And another friend started using it to relax his digestive problems after eating.
Editor, Naturecast Health Publication
P.S. One final thing that is really great about Acupressure is that it can be done almost anywhere discreetly. You could be sitting in a business meeting and treating yourself without anyone knowing…or in an elevator or anywhere else. If you’re interested in healing yourself naturally you should check out this free special report by clicking right here.
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