Thursday, March 10, 2016

Pressure Points

"The uppermost portion of the ear is directly connected to your back and shoulders. Applying a clothespin for about a minute should go a long way to reduce built-up tension. Try this several times a day to lessen that back and shoulder pain."


Thanks to Mom's cousin Karen for forwarding the email about this. 


If anyone would like to read the entire thing and find out what each numbered area is for, email me.



My galpal Cathy was having sinus and headache issues, so gave it a try. I think the jury is out on whether it really was the clothespins rather than time itself that made the difference, but she's feeling better. 

I don't use clothespins to stimulate the pressure points. I bought magnets expressly for that purpose. They aren't necessary, but at least if I forgot about them (as opposed to clothespins) and went out in public, I might not get so many stares! 

Actually it's only a minute or two that one leaves the pressure on. No biggie.

What do you mean, do I really believe this works? 
I don't go for a regular shiatsu massage treatment every month for nothing, my dears. 
Now I'm not saying shiatsu or any other kind of therapy always works, but it does help some people some of the time, and I also think preventive maintenance makes as much sense as healing after an injury. 

Here I am, one of those crazy ladies who wears magnets on her ears! 

One magnet on each side of the ear holds them on; they could pass for earrings.



3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing, might just give it a try.

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  2. Fashion statement. My younger daughterstudied aromatherapy, and when she was still practicing, I found it helped me with backpain from my bra anda turned around bladder infections. My doctor told me neither of those was a possible result. I smiled.

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    1. Doctors don't know everything, for sure!

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