Acupressure Points – A Guide for Self Care


Try the different acupressure points to relieve Headaches, stop Hiccups, help you get to sleep Insomnia.

MIGRAINES:  Try these 4 acupressure points on your face to ease migraines.
STRESS & TENSION: Learn over 8 acupressure points on your body to help you relax .
DEPRESSION: Try this 1 acupressure point on your stomach that can tame your blues.
CONSTIPATION: 1 acupressure spot on your big toe can relieve constipation.
HEARTBURN: 1 acupressure point on your arm can ease the burn.
SHOULDER PAIN: 2 spots on the back of the leg calms the pain.
KNEE PAIN: 1 spot on the knee kills the pain.

This Special Acupressure Guide to Self Care can be used by itself by applying the acupressure techniques taught in this special digital downloadable guide or used in conjunction with our MINI DOCTOR™ product (sold separately).


Acupressure Points – A Guide to Self Care

The following pages contain several charts showing some of the major acupuncture and acupressure points on the body which can be stimulated to help relieve specific pains or conditions.

There is an ever growing population of people just like you, who believe that there is better way of relieving pain and promoting an overall feeling of good health, than the more traditional way of drugs.

Products like the MINI DOCTOR™ (sold separately) – the latest technology in drug free pain relief, are becoming very popular. People see these products as a first line of defense in the battle against aches and pains. Self care disciplines, like acupressure, are increasingly becoming common place and standard practice.

As you go through the pages keep in mind that there a four basic techniques that can be used in any of the charts.

  1. Firm steady pressure is the most common technique. Use the side of your hand, your palm, thumbs, fingers, or knuckles to apply steady stationary pressure.
  2. Slow motion massaging uses the thumbs and fingers with the heels of your hands to squeeze large muscle groups firmly.
  3. Brisk Rubbing uses friction to stimulate the blood and lymph.
  4. Quick tapping with the fingertips stimulates muscles on unprotected, tender areas of the body such as the face.

Caution: If you have a serious illness or chronic life threatening illness, such as, a heart condition, high blood pressure, or cancer, you should be very careful when applying any of these techniques. YOU WANT TO AVOID OVER STIMULATION.

EXPERIMENT with the specific points on the following charts. Experiment with your MINI Doctor™. Experiment with a combination of the two.


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