Zhong Zu (TE) The Zhong Zu point is located between the knuckles above the little finger and ring fingers. This pressure point can stimulate different parts of the brain when activated, which promotes circulation and release of tension. Stimulate this point to relieve neck pain caused by tension or stress. The Zhong Zu point is located between the knuckles above the little finger and ring fingers.
This pressure point can stimulate different parts of the brain when activated, which promotes circulation and release of tension. This pressure point is located on the back of the shoulder, just between the neck and arms. Putting pressure on this point can help relieve headache and muscle tension. In addition, neck pain can be effectively treated with this pressure point.
This pressure point has the ability to induce labor. Therefore, pregnant women should refrain from If that is the case, stimulating pressure points with massage instead of needles would not provide the same pain relief. If neck pain is the result of an injury or a car accident, do not try to treat it yourself with reflexology or another remedy. Acupressure and reflexology can complement other effective home remedies to relieve neck pain, such as a warm compress, stretching exercises, and over-the-counter pain relief medications.
Treatment of neck pain with reflexology is still being evaluated for clinical efficacy, but anecdotal evidence suggests that it works for some people. Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, and both work to stimulate the nervous system to unlock Qi, the body's life force, or vital energy. Acupressure involves identifying points on the body that can be massaged to relieve pain and health conditions. While the results of new studies support acupressure, more research is needed to better understand the ability of acupressure to relieve back and neck pain, but the safety of acupressure makes it an attractive option for those seeking low-risk treatments.
Acupressure identifies points on the body that can be massaged and stimulated to alleviate health conditions. Keep in mind that stimulating this point can induce labor, so don't stimulate it to relieve neck pain when you are pregnant. Acupressure can be done by a qualified acupressure professional (see below for information), or you may experience similar benefits if you give it yourself. While there is some evidence that acupuncture works for neck pain, acupressure is not universally accepted as a treatment for neck pain.
Some people use basic acupressure to help relieve back or neck pain, stress, fatigue, and even headaches. In addition, apply firm and deep pressure to the pressure points and rotate your fingers in circular motions. Community resources, including health food stores, holistic health providers, and spas, can also help you connect with a qualified acupressure professional. This point is located on either side of the neck, at the base of the skull and about two inches from the top of where the spine begins.