Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

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Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure can relieve high blood pressure through the use of pressure points. Combat high blood pressure through acupressure in this free video by a licensed massage therapist.

Expert: Jenn Jackson
Contact: www.fusionbodyworks.com
Bio: Jenn Jackson is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy, licensed in the state of Utah and nationally certified.
Filmmaker: Michael Burton

Series Description: Acupressure is an ancient form of therapy that helps with a number of conditions and ailments. Learn basic acupressure techniques with the help of a licensed massage therapist in this free video series.

Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

Acupressure can relieve high blood pressure through the use of pressure points. Combat high blood pressure through acupressure in this free video by a licensed massage therapist.

Expert: Jenn Jackson
Contact: www.fusionbodyworks.com
Bio: Jenn Jackson is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy, licensed in the state of Utah and nationally certified.
Filmmaker: Michael Burton

Series Description: Acupressure is an ancient form of therapy that helps with a number of conditions and ailments. Learn basic acupressure techniques with the help of a licensed massage therapist in this free video series.

5 thoughts on “Acupressure : Acupressure & High Blood Pressure

  1. I find I cant tell from the picture which side of the arm you are talking
    about. Also – radial & humerus mean nothing to the average person. I’d love
    you to explain this Janet as I am really in need of it.

    1. +Jean Beardsall Yes, you are correct. I just watched the video several
      times and the visual to see the location of the arm is not clear to me.
      Here is what I am using now – ”

      Use two fingers to find a spot on your job that is just below your earlobe.
      Now trace your fingers straight down until you hit your clavicle. This is
      the
      line that you want to remember during your massage. Starting at the
      clavicle,
      gently press, moving your fingers straight up until you hit your jaw line.
      Repeat this 10 times on each side of your neck.
      Next, you want to place your fingers next to your earlobes on your
      cheekbones. Gently massage, moving your fingers and a clockwise direction.
      Maintain a slow, gentle massage for about one minute. You don’t want to
      press
      hard, as this can increase pain in your neck and make your blood pressure
      worse.
      This whole process should take less than five minutes. By the time you’re
      done, you should start to feel your stress levels decrease and notice the
      symptoms of high blood pressure disappearing from your body.

  2. I dont understand what is meant by the “radial” side of the humerus. The
    picture is too small to see which side of the arm it is

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