Acupressure Points for High Blood Pressure – Massage Monday #305

Acupressure Points for High Blood Pressure – Massage Monday #305

Hi everyone, this is Yasuko and it’s time
for Massage Monday. Per viewer’s request this week I’m going to
share acupressure points for high blood pressure. The first one is the upper groove in the back
of the ear. Rub this area up and down 30 times. You can do it one side at a time or both sides
together. You can use your thumb in the back or index
finger in the back. Repeat it three times a day. The next ones are in the middle of each fingertips
so there are ten of them. Press the fingertips of both hands against
each other. Hold it for ten seconds. Rest for few seconds. Again press for ten seconds. And rest for few seconds. Repeat this ten times. Next draw the lines up from the top of the
ears and it’s where the lines meet on the top of the head. This is called GV 20 or Governing Vessel 20. You should feel a distinct sensation when
you press this point. Find the depression in the center at the base
of the skull. Move to the side and go over the big ropy
muscle which is trapezius and there is a depression. These are called GB 20 or Gall Bladder 20. Press or circle to stimulate these points
using hooked thumbs, fingertips, overlapped fingertips, or with free thumbs by weaving
fingers. Press these points with your fingertips as
you breathe deeply for one minute. These points will help you lower the blood
pressure temporarily. This is not a substitute to your medical treatment. It is something you can incorporate in your
healthier lifestyle. Hope this helps. Thanks for watching. I’ll see you back next week. Make it a great week. Feel free to comment below and please don’t
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13 Replies to “Acupressure Points for High Blood Pressure – Massage Monday #305”

  1. Hi thanks for your video(s)posted but this particular pt at the back of the ear. Is it in the middle. or on the the soft curve of the helix. Thank you

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