How to treat migraines and headaches in 5 minutes without medicines
When you suffer from a migraine and have no medicine or the pills are useless, the situation may seem hopeless. But it ain't so. There is a scientific way to treat migraines and it's using acupressure.
Today we'll tell you of a technique that gets rid of headaches quickly and efficiently.
Acupressure is some form of a massage, and it's efficiency is backed up by many researches. And you don't need medical knowledge to do it.
How to massage acupressure points
First of all, get into a comfortable and relaxed position. The massage doesn't take long, from 30 seconds to 1 minute on average.
Massage the point with light pressure and in circular motions. Usually, the headache will vanish during the massage or 5-10 minutes afterwards.
There are 6 central acupressure points to treat migraines
The Yintang point
The "third eye", or Yintang point, is located between the eyebrowse in the place where the nose bridge passes. This point is also responsible for removing fatigue in the eyes.
The Zan Zhu point
These symmetrical points are located at the base of the inner edges of the eyebrowse. Massaging these points also help relieve flu, and improves eyesight. Massage these points for 1 minute by pressing or massaging in circular motion.
The Ying Xiang point
These points are located on both sides of the nostrils in a straight line under the eyes. To find them, feel the bump below the chinbone. These points help open up the sinuses, relieve symptons of headache and teeth pain, and ease feeling of stress.
The Tian Zhu point
These points are located behind the head right in the middle, between the ears and the beginning of the spine. Massaging these points help ease stuffed up nose, eye and ear pain, strong headache, and migraines.
The Shuaigu point
The Shuaigu is located 2-3 centimeters after the hair starts above the ear. You should feel a small lump to find the point. Pressing this area helps relieve pain in the area and fatigue in the eyes.
The He Gu point
These symmetrical points are located between the thumb and the first finger. Pressing this point eases on back pain, teeth pain, and stress in the neck muscles.