How To Do Quick Remedy for Headaches

Quick Remedy for Headaches

I want to explain the quick remedy for headaches at this time.

Do you have headaches every day?

I used to have headaches every day.

In my case, I had been to my acupuncturist when I had headaches.

But, besides going to an acupuncturist, I would recommend doing an easy home remedy you can do at home. It only takes about 3 minutes every day.

Headaches are among the most common problems in people’s lifestyles. Headaches are one of the most annoying disorders of all time for American people.

In America, 45 million Americans are suffering from headaches each year.

One in every six people of the population has had headaches in the United States.

When you have headaches, you can’t concentrate, can you?

You would feel terrible and irritable not only for headaches but also for your job or even relationships.

I want to give you an easy tip that might relieve your headaches instantly.

What is the Quick Remedy for headaches?

What is the quick remedy for headaches?

The easy remedy is massaging 5 acupressure points for headaches.

Acupuncture points are everywhere in the human body.

More than 360 points are in the human body, and these dots are connected.

Acupuncture points are like the train station, and the meridians are like railroads.

Qi or energy is the train. When you are healthy, the train is running all the time, 24/7.

However, if you are sick or injured, the train stopped causing pain or other body symptoms.

Acupuncture or Acupressure increases blood circulation and helps people with headaches.

UB2, Du20, GB20, SJ21, and GB5 are great acupressure points for headaches. These points were used in this study and improve the patients with chronic headaches, according to National Library Medicine in 2010.

The study was applied in a medical center in Taiwan in 2003.

They tested in a Total of Twenty-eight patients suffering from chronic headaches.

They split in half of the acupressure group and the muscle relaxant medication group— resulting in self-appraised pain scores, one month after treatment, and a 6-month follow-up.

The researchers recorded pain areas to establish trigger points.

Results showed that mean scores were significantly lower in the acupressure group than in the muscle relaxant medication group.

UB2 is at the inner corner of the eyebrow. When you touch it, you feel the tiny depression.

Du20 is on top of the head, and you feel the most tender spot.

GB20 is behind the ear, and there is the bone called the mastoid bone. You can press and find the most tender spot. That is the GB20.

SJ21 is in front of the ear, and you can feel the depression.

GB5 is on the temple bone.

How to massage acupressure points

You might think if it is difficult. Or, is it painful to rub? Or, you don’t know where exactly the points are.

But, don’t worry!

Acupressure points are easy to find. Use your index or thumb, and press these points gently from different angles. It is called trigger points. You can feel the most tender spot, but don’t push too much. The correct pressure is that it hurts, but it feels good. That is your acupressure point.

Let’s massage these points for 3 minutes with the correct pressure every day.

  1. Use your index finger
  2. Place it on each acupressure point.
  3. Press and find the most tender spot.
  4. Press and hold it for 10 seconds
  5. Repeat the same thing 3 times

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Conclusion

In conclusion, I want you to do the Quick remedy such as massaging these 5 acupressure points for headaches every day for about 3 minutes.

On top of them, please do not forget that you have to have good sleep, and light exercise like yoga, walking, even meditation, etc.  There is a natural Chinese herb called Chuan Xiong Cha Tiao San that is also great for headaches.

I hope it helps your condition, and you will be able to have a good time.

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Please feel welcome to comment if you have any questions about this post.

Sayonara till next post.

About Author: Satoru Ozawa, DOM, L.Ac, ATC – Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an acupuncturist, and a Chinese herb specialist.  With his ten years of experience in Oriental Medicine, he will recommend the best natural Remedies, including Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and health tips to relieve your suffering.

Source

Effect of acupressure and trigger points in treating headache: a randomized controlled trial (2010)
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20128040/

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