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Sinus Acupressure

There is an alternative to the use of expensive drugs with side effectives for the treatment of sinus pain: sinus acupressure. This traditional Chinese medical technique can relieve or eliminate a wide variety of sinus problems without the use of drugs.

The proper use of acupressure can prevent sinus pain, nasal congestions and stuffy noses. This can help alleviate the symptoms of allergies, colds and flu and help people live normal lives. It can also help a person improve their breathing and their overall health.

What is Sinus Acupressure

Sinus acupressure is not acupuncture it does not involve the sticking of needles into a person’s skin. In acupressure, a person applies pressure to certain points on the body or skin to relieve pressure and pain.

In sinus acupressure pressure is applied to certain points on the face, head, and noise to relieve sinus pressure. Relieving the pressure on the sinus eases congestion eases pain and helps up congestion. Applying this pressure when a person feels the symptoms of cold, flu or allergies coming on can prevent sinus pain and symptoms such as a runny nose.

Acupressure has been used to treat sinus problems in China for centuries. It is a cheap and effective alternative to drugs.

Do Your Own Sinus Acupressure

The best thing about sinus acupressure is that you can do it yourself. You do not need to pay a therapist to apply it you can perform sinus acupressure yourself in your own home.

All you have to do to apply acupressure to your sinuses is to locate the pressure points, press gently with your index fingers and breathe deeply. A person should be able to tell if the acupressure is working when the pain is relieved.

For the best effectiveness, a person will have to massage each of the pressure points for one to two minutes, several times a day. Anybody should be able to use acupressure to relieve sinus pressure.

The Sinus Acupressure Points

The sinus acupressure points will be very easy to locate if you stand in front of a mirror and look at your face. Most of the points are right around the nose so that anybody will be able to reach them.

The first two points, or jingming in Chinese; are located towards the top of the nose right below the nose. A person will have to press on each of these points for best effect. Press and kneed this point to relieve tired eyes.

The second set of points; zanzhu in Chinese, is located at the end of the eyebrows right above the nose. Gently press and kneed this point to relieve frontal headaches, sinus pain and tired eyes.

The third set of points is called the taiyang in Chinese. This set of points is located on each side of the face just above the eyebrows. Pressing and kneading this point can relieve two sided headaches and calm the mind.

The fourth set of points is the yingxiang which is located next to the nostrils on either side of the nose. Pressing and kneading these points should relieve sinus problems. Rubbing up and down the side of your nose can provide additional relief.

The fifth point is known as the renzhong in Chinese and it is located right under nostrils. Pressing this point with a knuckle can help relieve pressure and help your nasal passages open up.

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