ACCORDING TO TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE, OUR BODY’S ENERGY SYSTEM IN WHICH ENERGY (CHI OR QI) FLOWS THROUGH SPECIFIC PATHWAYS CALLED MERIDIANS.
PRACTITIONERS OF ACUPUNCTURE AND SIMILAR TRADITIONAL CHINESE PRACTICE BELIEVE THAT WHEN WE GET THE DISEASE WHAT IS HAPPENING AT THE EXPENSE OF THIS ENERGY IS BLOCKED OR INTERRUPTED AND LEADS TO AN UNBALANCED BODY.



When this happens, it is necessary to stimulate the flow of energy in the body to restore balance and help bodies to function properly.

Moreover, it is believed that every meridian in the body is linked to other internal organs. Meridians are the pressure points and practicing massage or acupuncture at these points can help release blocked qi meridian, which in turn releases the tension in the associated organs. By pressing and holding the point pulls Qi in the channel and refreshes organs.

One such thing of pressure, which is located in the neck, can improve your overall health, mood and give you more energy, you just need to put an ice cube on it. It is located between the center of the back of the neck, the base of the skull and the top of the neck, near the base of the hair. Acupuncture refers to this point as Feng Fu or wind Mansion and massaging these points with an ice cube can improve your overall health. This is how you can try this technique at home:




Take an ice cube and lay on your stomach. Put an ice cube on the Feng Fu point and hold it there for about 20 minutes. May also be coupled to turn over it to hold it in place. In the beginning you will feel a little cold and uncomfortable, but you get used to it within 30-60 seconds, and you’ll start feeling the heat inflows throughout the body.

This technique will help you:

To sleep better

Improve you function of the digestive system

Removes the common cold

Stop headaches, toothaches and pain in the joints




Improve breathing

Treat gastrointestinal problems

Restore thyroid function

Getting rid of asthma

Help treat arthritis

Getting rid of menstrual disorders

help you with managing stress, fatigue and depression

Warning: If you have a pacemaker, or are pregnant, suffer from epilepsy or schizophrenia should not practice this technique.



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