In the last post I suggested that you can DIY certain acupuncture points and treat yourself. Today let’s talk about the Five Tigers and how to use them.
Spicy foods and salty foods can also cause the palms to sweat a lot. Spicy foods will increase your metabolism which will cause your body to become warm and ultimately sweat. The iodine found in salty foods will cause a foul odor with the sweating. Of course, the body does need salt, so you don’t want to cut salty foods out of your diet completely.
If there is a traffic jam (energy block) within or alongside your meridians, your body is in distress. With EFT you can influence the blockage by tapping on certain points along side your meridians to open up the energy flow on these points. These points are just like switchboards in traffic. In Chinese medicine these points are also known as ‘Acupuncture points’. Now take a moment to visualize what you have just read.
If you are not very keen on the use of oils, you may want to try a massage that uses hot stones. This is quite an old method but is still used these days. The stones are positioned on parts of the body. These stones are heated and so, when they touch the skin, their warmth is transferred to the skin.
Drowsy driving is hazardous to your health. Working Acupuncture tips while sleepy is non-productive. Making decisions when you are sleep-deprived is never wise. What else do I need to say. Go to bed. Get some sleep.
Massage, touching techniques, and acupuncture are all shown to relieve and prevent the pain. While some people claim acupuncture is not effective, many people claim relief from the procedure. Acupuncture involves gently pushing tiny needles in to the skin. Scientists say that acupuncture works in three ways. It releases hormones and pain-relieving opiods and sends signals to calm the body. Massage and touch therapy are forms of treatment that require applying pressure to the area in pain.
So rather than playing a game of “Whack-a-Mole” when the tough topics pop up in your relationship, use these 4 steps to help you move from repeat conversations into an empowered, calm and collaborative space together.