The 8 most important acupressure points against wrinkles

Acupressure   is a Chinese healing art that is over 2000 years old and is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) . It is a  massage technique that uses manual finger pressure to stimulate the body’s energy points. But acupressure was not only used to treat and prevent diseases.

Undisturbed flow of energy

The use of acupressure in the facial area supports cell growth and strengthens the facial muscles. With regular treatment, existing wrinkles smooth out   and the face takes on a more relaxed and younger look. In addition, the immune system  can be stimulated by targeted acupressure  . Acupressure addresses the meridians, the body’s main energy channels, which run just under the skin.

The 12 main meridians correspond to the 12 organs of the body. They occur in pairs and disturbances in the flow of energy can be eliminated by pressing and light massages.

Basic technique of acupressure

The index fingers are pressed with small, invisible circular movements. Sufficient pressure should be applied. Inexperienced users should carefully approach the indicated areas and feel them first before starting the acupressure. A relaxed calm atmosphere is also important. In order to achieve visible results, the acupressure points should first be addressed for 10 – 15 minutes a day for a week. Thereafter, this should be repeated regularly 3 times a week.

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