June 13, 2004
| Fatigue &
Apply Acupressure for Fatigue Relief
Acupressure is an enormously effective tool
to use to relieve tiredness. It improves vitality, circulation,
and the flow of life energy throughout your body.
You can apply these acupressure points yourself
or ask a friend to help you. It’s safe, easy, and painless. Do these
once a day or more, whenever you feel fatigued.
General rules: Try to be in a relaxed, unagitated
state. Warm your hands, make sure the room is a comfortable temperature,
wear comfortable clothing, and breathe consciously throughout each
exercise. Work on the side of your body that’s more uncomfortable.
Both sides will benefit.
Following the instructions, apply steady pressure
with the balls of three or four fingers and hold each point for
1-3 minutes. Don’t let the hand doing the pressing stiffen.
If the acupressure point feels tender, the energy
flow in the area may be blocked. Continue. The tenderness should
This exercise helps relieve fatigue and tiredness.
It stimulates the entire endocrine system because it involves a
powerful point for the pituitary gland. This point also helps relax
emotional tension as well as relieve eye strain, headaches, hay
fever, ulcer pain, and indigestion.
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