Acupressure FAQ

Acupressure (sometimes written as "accupressure") is a technique related to acupuncture, where the energies of the body are regulated by manipulating points on the body. This has effects on the emotions, tension and physical conditions. Here are some frequently asked questions about acupressure:

Acupressure points can be measured electrically. Scientists have also shown that acupuncture and Acupressure produces higher levels of important bio–chemicals. Other studies show that Acupressure can increase blood flow in even the deepest body tissues. Some scientists have shown that electrically active fascia, the tissues that wrap and interconnect the whole body, could be the location of a sensitive communications network, the basis for which acupuncture and Acupressure work. In terms of using Acupressure for the purposes of relaxing muscles, it works by increasing the blood flow to muscle tissue surrounding the Acupressure point. Increased blood flow naturally warms the muscles between 2 to 3 degrees. Increased muscle temperature allows the muscle to become more relaxed and flexible.
When there is swelling in a particular part of the body do not stimulate the regular acupressure points in that area. Focus on the points in the ear, hands feet points and distal points that relate to that condition. If these points are not on your printouts see your Ancient Wisdom book for better pictures or the ear skeleton pictures in the study on the internet under symptoms. See the precautions section in your introductory text that you get when joining the study.

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