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Health In Your Hands, Acupressure Techniques.

It’s true in every sense that health is in the hands of each person. But here’s not discussion about unhealthy habits or their effects. But here’s the information of great theory of Health In hands, Which means pressing certain points in hands can make person healthy. Jin Shin Jyutsu is an Acupressure technique developed by Master Jiro Mural in 20th century. This science works by ‘pressing certain points’ in hands. It is known as healing method that has been used for thousands of years. There are a few common pressure points situated on Hand which should be stimulated regularly as Treatment. Acupressure Points on Hand are very helpful for releasing negative energy. This techniques release this muscular tension and restore the flow of essential energy. When the energy in a specific organ becomes congested, It causes disturbance in the body and diseases.

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How Acupressure Works

To heal specific organ is very simple, You just have to unblock the energy by applying pressure to your palm and fingers to heal it. According to this technique each organ of the body has nerves connected to the hands.

The Thumb Acupressure Point 

The pressure point on thumb controls your spleen and stomach as well as depression and anxiety.

Index Finger Acupressure Point

It controls kidneys and bladder functions as well as emotions by releasing  endorphins. Pressing this point will help reducing discontent and fear.

Middle Finger Acupressure Point

This point controls Liver and Gallbladder as well as emotions such as Irritability and rage.

Ring Finger Acupressure Point

This point controls lungs and large Intestine. Also balance emotions of fear, pessimism and Sadness.

Little Finger Acupressure Point

It controls Heart and small Intestine as well as emotions such as anxiety, nervousness and lack of self-confidence.

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