Press These Pressure Points On Your Wrist To Fall Asleep Faster And Make Anxiety Go Away
One of the best ways for treating insomnia without the harsh effects of the pharmaceutical drugs is acupuncture. People can suffer from insomnia for many different reasons.
According to the traditional Chinese medicine, every person has their own pattern which describes how the body is out of balance and which provides us with the opportunity to treat the imbalance using fine hair like needles at specific points along the different meridians that run through the body.
The two most efficient acupuncture points that are mostly used for treating insomnia are Heart 7 and Pericardium 6. These points have many common things. These points are an excellent duo that promotes sleep from the anatomical location and the Qi sensation that a person feels when needed to their close relationship between the ‘Shen’, also known as the spirit and the calming effects it has.
This point, the Heart 7, in the traditional Chinese medicine is called Shenmen, which means Spirit Gate. The Pericardium 6 point in the traditional Chinese medicine is called Neiguan, which means Inner Gate. At times, these two gates need to open, not only to release the bad things from the inside to the outside, but also to let the positive influences from the outside in.
The Heart 7 point is usually located on the anterior side of the transverse crease of the wrist. More precisely, this point is found in the little depression on the radial side of the ulnar tendon. Nevertheless, sometimes this point needs to be needled from the ulnar side under the ulnar tendon, where the same result is being achieved with greater comfort for the patient.
This point is usually located on the anterior side of the wrist, nearly two finger widths from the transverse crease of the wrist. The pericardium 6 point is more precisely located between the two tendons (palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis) that run up the arm. When you activate this point, just like the case with the Heart 7 point is, you provide strong radiating sensation up the channels.
Of course, there are more than two acupuncture points included in the treatment, along with other traditional Chinese medicine modalities. Everyone should take a full approach to the healing that includes the mind, the body, and the soul. If you or someone you love or care about struggle with sleep, inquiring about Heart 7 and Pericardium 6 is an excellent starting point.
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