During our lifetime we are all feeling pain, aches, tiredness. It is part of being human to feel this and not always to be at our best. All you need is to stimulate some areas of your body in order to release the health benefits that might actually shock you. One non-traditional method can help you increase the overall health and feel renewed.
In order to practice this method you will need clothespins and placing them on different areas and spots of your ears. If you are wondering why the ears, Helen Chin Lui have great explanation: “Each ear contains a complete reflex map of the body, rich with nerve endings and multiple adapters to the central nerve system.” In the area of the ears there are six different spots that are targeting specific organs or regions in your body. By placing clothespin on these particular areas you will trigger health benefits.
- Upper part of the ear
This part of your ear is directly linked to your shoulders and back. If you try and apply pressure on this area you will release built up stress in your back and shoulders.
- Top of ear curve
This area of the ear is connected with your organs, and if you feel internal inflammation or pain you should put clothespin in this area. Also consider visiting a professional doctor in order to find the cause of the pain.
- Upper- middle part of ear
This area is directly linked to your joints and by applying pressure on this spot you will manage to get rid of the stiffness and pain in joints.
- Lower-middle part of ear
This area is connected to the sinuses and throat, so if you pinch it you will relieve the pain. This is really helpful to practice before going to bed in order to have a good night sleep.
- Above earlobe
This area is connected to with the system for digestion and if you use clothespin here you will manage to get rid of gastrointestinal pain as well as stomach pain. Feel free to use this method as prevention from such occurrence.
This are is related to the head and heart, so if you apply pressure here you will improve your heart’s health and also prevent migraines and headaches.
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