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Place Ice on This Point 2 Times a Day For This Great Reason

Place Ice on This Point 2 Times a Day For This Great Reason
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The traditional Chinese medicine is founded on the belief that the body energy – Chi travels through the body along pathways identified as meridians, which contain pressure points.

According to acupuncturist’s sickness is a result of the blockage or imbalance of chi in your body.  Hence, the enhancement of the flow of this energy in the body will proficiently recover the function of the organs in that area.

Every meridian in our body is connected to a different internal organ, and the acupuncture of their pressure points will release the blockage of qi and therefore relax the tension, by drawing it into the channel.

Furthermore, the use of ice cubes on certain neck areas as well provides health, mood, and energy enhancements.

Consequently, you definitely have to try this easy, safe and fast Chinese medicine technique to improve your health at home!

The Feng Fu or Wind Mansion point is located between the tendons in the back of the neck, at the base of the skull and the top of the neck, near the base of the hairline. Its stimulation promotes overall health.

You must lie on your stomach, and place an ice cube on this point, and hold it there for approximately 20 minutes. You can use a scarf or bandage to secure it. At first, the cold feeling will be to some extent unpleasant, but after a minute or two, you will experience an invasion of heat on the place.

Repeat this procedure twice daily, in the morning and in the evening to rouse the release of endorphins into your bloodstream and energize your body.

Regular stimulation of this point offers many health benefits, including:

–          Improved breathing

–          Asthma relief

–          Improved sleep quality

–          Improved digestion

–          A headache, toothache, and joint pain relief

–          Frequent colds treatment

–          Thyroid disorders treatment

–          Arthritis relief

–          Menstrual disorders treatment

–          Gastrointestinal issues relief

–          Treatment of stress, fatigue, and depression

You should note that this technique is not recommended in the case of epilepsy pregnancy, or schizophrenia, or if you have a pacemaker.

The video below will give you a detailed explanation:

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