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acupuncture have been given the status of authorized therapies.

Figures 3.25, 3.26, 3.27, 3.28, 3.29 and 3.30 show the sites. on the palms and the soles where reflex points (zones) connected with different organs are located.

Experts advise- to press each of these points for two or three mtnutes everydayfor maintaining good health. Pressure can be applied with the tip of a finger or the thumb, a blunt end of a pencil Or whh a special device called jimmy.

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Reflexology experts also advise that Instead of pressing each point separately, all the points. could be- pressed simliltaneousfywlth special types of acupressure rollers. As this takes only five minutes, much time can be" saved.

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Each of the above p'!1in~~ should be P(~SS~~ tor one minute, twice a day. Mcree v er, these can be pressed whenever the desire to drink surfaces.

E. Acupressure in Painful Conditions

q) Abdominal paili~Acu points: 5, 21, 25, za, 81,

62,63. .

(2) Ankle/Foot pain-Acu peints : 5, 23, 25, 54, 69. (3) Bi!l:~ac~e-AcL1 points ~ 5, 25, 45, 46, 47,48, SO. (4) Earache= Acu points: 5, 41, 61, 63.

(5) 'Elbow pain-Acu po~nts: 5, 8, 25, 32.

(6) Headache (il'lc!IJ~!!,g!JIigr<Ji~e)-Am points: 5, 25,

62.65. .

(7) Heel pain= Acu points : 5, 25, 51 and local painful

po~nts on the heel.

(~) H~p p~in-A('u pcints : 5,25, 47.

(9) Knee pain~Acu p'Gints: 5,21,.15,48,90,91. (10) Neck pain-Acu points: 3,5,25,36, 73.

(11) Shoulder pain-Acu points : 5~ 9, 25, 3~, 60. (12) Toothache -Acu points: 5,16,25,40.

(13) Wrist join! pain-Ac~ point'S: 5, 6, 25, 38, 57,

F. Acupressu re in DIsorders of Sense Organs:

(1) Eyedi$ord-en.~nd",i~ualdefeds-A(:Y po_nts ; 5,12,

42,63, 66, 7Q, 66.

(2) ear dlscrders-Aca colets : 5, 41, 54, 55, 61,64. (3) Nose disorders-Acu points: 3, 5·/ 11, 14.

(4) Skin disease:s-Ac:u points: 1, 3, 28, 30.

(5) Tongue (mouth, gums) dis()rd~r5-A·ClL points: 4, 5/ 15,28,33,40.

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ACUPRESSURE TREATMENT OF COMMON DISEASES

A. Acupressure for maintaining health!

Man's prime duty is to maintain his health which is his true asset It is always better to prevent the (onset of a disease than to try to eradicate it after it has occurred. This can be accomplished easily if regular acupressure treatment is undertaken. Acupressure strengthens the natural resistance power of the body. After you getup In the morning, first of all, undertake the foltowing activltles :

(A) Keep your mouth closed and knock the lower and upper teeth together thirty to forty times.

(8) Keeping the mouth dosed, try to sweep the space between the teeth and the lips using your tongue.

(C) Vigorously rub the palms wlth each other twenty to thirty times until heat is felt. Place the warm palms on the face for a few moments. Repeat thls activity """"0 to three times,

(0) Give a circular massage for one to two minutes on the circular edge of the bony socket in which the eyes are lodged.

Finally press each of these points for a minute: 8,22,28 and 70.

Other measures: Good health depends on the foU£lwi ng factors: proper diet, adequate physical exercise and positive mental attitude.

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B. Acupressure for maintaining youthfulness;

E ..... erybody wants to maintain youthfulne-ss. Nobody wants to get old. Man's youthfulness. depends on his physical and mental health. With the help of acupressure one can slow down the ag~ng process and maintain youthfulness for a longer period.

Press each of these points for One minute, twice a day: 5, 25, 35, 70.

other measures: A person desirous of maintaining youthfulness should avoid mental and muscular tenslon. Have a good sleep at night. Eat a strnple, balanced diet. Almost 40 per cent of each meal should comprise of raw foods (vegetables, fruits, sprouts), Perform exercises. and yogasanas regularly.

(1) Acupressure for lmprcving sexual ability :

Press each of these points for one minute, twice a day: 19,28,35,70,76,77.

(2) Acupressure for increasing beauty and lustre of the fa-ce:

Lt is natural that everybody wants to look beautiful.

Though acupressure cannot change the shape of one's face, it can help to make the 5kln smooth and shlrty.Acupressure can ' brighten the eyes and prevent hair from prematurely turning gray:

Press each of these points for one minute, twice a day: 5, 101 13,14,15,40.

Other measures: To make the skin ofthetace beautiful, it may -be massaged with cucumber-juice, butter-milk or cream. Steam may be taken on the face on alternate day-s or two days in a week. There should be minimum application of cosmetics on face.

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(3} Acupressure to develop (enlarge) breasts in women:

Press each of these points for one minute, twice a day: 17, 2B, 56, 66, 64.

Other measures: (1) Massage the breasts gentiy before taking a bath. (2) 00 this exercise : loin the palmstvamaskar Mudra); forcefully press the left palm against tbe right <lind then the right against the left. Repeat this exercise twenty times.

C. Acupressure in EmergenCies:

There are a number of uses of acupressure treatment.

Certain acupressure polnts can be profltahlypressed when the body needs emergency treatment in certain crlticai conditions. For example, when a person suddenly becomes unconscious or collapses due to cardiac-arrest, acupressure treatment may be given to him tilltl'le doctor arrlves.In critical conditions of the body, the treatment by a specialist is inevitable. Acupressure cannot take the place of specialised treatment. Bur acupressure treatment can be undertaken Instead-of pass! ... elywalttng for the doctor to come. It certainly does no harm. On the contrary, in many Cases acupressure treatment has averted a catastrophe. It Is iherefore necessary for every person to ha v e knowledge of such acupressure points as are useful in emergencies.

(1} Asthma art a cks :

[n asthma, the trachea and al v eolil get constricted as a reaction against external allergic substances such as dust, cotton. pollen, etc. or some !ntemal allergen. As a result, respiration becomes acutely difficult. Asthma attacks occur mostly in the late. part of the night Or in the early morning.

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The sufferer is compelled to get up from the bed and sit. He tries to breathe more freely by bending forward. After a few minutes or hours acute symptoms. disappear, either on their own or hy some remedies. Such attacks. recur frequently. Acupressure has proved to be very effective in relieving asthma attacks.

Press on each of the following points for one rnlnute : 2, S4. 85, 8S.

Repeat the treatment every fifteen minutes, till breathing becomes normal.

(2) Angina <chest pain)/Heart-attack:

Acu points: 5, 34, 35, 56, 84, 94.

other measures: Complete bed rest is essential after the occurrence of heart pain or a heart-attack. The mind should: be kept calm and composed.

Note: Detailed information about the prevention of a heart-attack h-as been given in the book 'Prevent Heart Disease and Prolong Life', by the same author-s.

(3) Sudden cardiac arrest:

After a severe heart-attack. .the heart sometimes 5[OPS beating and the patient loses consciousness. Stopped respiration, an absent pu lse and dilated pupils are the symptoms of cardiac arrest, The four-minute period after the heart has stopped beating ls' very critical and important. If the heart fails to beat again during those four minutes, the patient dies or his brain becomes permanently damaged. So instead of passfvely waiting for the doctor.jhe person who is present near the victim should try to revive the vlctlm's heart.

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patient lie on a hard surface and elevate his legs with [he help of pillows, a chair or a sofa. Then without wasting time he shou Id strike a hard blow on the lower end of the patient's middle breastbone. At tlrnes the heart starts beating again lust with the blow. However, if it fails to beat again, it becomes necessary to undertake-two thi ngs ; external cardiac massage and mouth to mouth respl ration. For thls purpose the presence of two 'Persons excludl ng the patient is necessary. If there is a third one present, he should give acupressure treatment on the following points:

34,36,56, 75.

(4) Acute Appel1di~-pain :

Acu points: 5, 22, 25, 28, 63, 92.

Repeat the Heatmerlt every thirty minutes, till the pain has been relieved considerably.

(5) ca.n bladder colit: :

The commonest cause of gall bladder colic is gallstones. ~t may also be due to bactertal infection, too much ran')! food or psychological causes. The patient experiences peln on the right side of his abdomen below the ribs.

Acu points; 5, 22, 25, 67.

Repeat the treatment every thlny mirunes till the: pain has been relieved considerably.

(6) Renal (kidney. colic :

The usual cause of renal colic is a kidney stone. Pain is felt in the loin.

Acu points ~ 5, 22, 25/ 28, 45, 55. (7) Nosebleeds:

Acu points: 4, 5, 11.

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(8) Fainting/Sunstroke:

Acu points: 5, 8, 35, 53, 73, 75. (9) Convulsions (fit/epilepsy) :

Acu points: 35, 51, 53, 75.

Other measures: To avoid injury, put some cloth between the victim's teeth and hold his arms and legs.

(10) Sudden, very high fever :

Acu points: 5, 8, 22, 28, 35, 73.

Repeat the treatment every fifteen minutes til' the temperature has fallen considerably.

n. Acupressure to get rid of Addictions: (1) Smoking or tobacco-addiction:

In our country there is an a/arming increase in the number of persons who are addicted to smoking or using tobacco in one form or the other. Children inherit this habit from their fathers or elders. False beliefs in respect of fashion are also responsible for this addiction. A number of young persons start smoking during their college-life.

Dangers: Tobacco contains a poisonous substance called nicotine which is injurious to the throat and the lungs. Smokers continuously suffer from cough and chronic bronchitis. Furthermore, they face increased risks of heartattacks and cancer. Persons habituated to eating betels or chewing tobacco gel their teeth spoiled. Many a time they become the victims of the cancer of the lips or cheeks.

Acupressure treatment brings unprecedented success because it attacks the root of this addiction Le. a specific part of the brain.

Acu points : 3, 35, 51, 56, 74.

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G. Acupressure in Circulatory disorders :

(1 ~ High/LOIN blood pressure -Acu points: 4, 8~ 22, zs. 70.

In addition, for high BP 29. 54.

Other measures : A person with high BP should reduce weight, jf excessive. He should consume a low-salt, low-fat diet. He should perform "Shavasana' for ten minutes, twice a day.

(2) Palpitations-A[u points: 34, 35, 56, 134.

(3) Ischemic heart disease (coronary artery dlsease)-.

Acu points: 4, 35, 56, 64,

(4) Impaired blood-circulation in arms!palms-Acu points: 4, 58,89.

(5) Impaired blood-circulation in [egs/feet-A(U point. ,4, 24. 53. 93.

(6) Impaired blocd-clrculatlon in the braln-Acu points: 4/ 62, 65, 74, 84.

(7) SW,etling anywhere on the hody-Acu points : 29, 54.80.82.

H. Acupressure in Digestive disorders:

(1) Acidi1y/Gaslritis-Acu points: 18, 22, 25, 35, 56. (2} Colitis-Acu points: 5-, 12, 25, 28.

(3) Constipation- Acu points: 5/ 22, 28, 59, 83. (4) Dtarrhoea-c Acu points: 5, 7, 21,17,213,81. (5) Dysentery.-Acu points: 5, 22, 28,81.

(6). Flatulence {gas)-Acu pojnts ~ 22, ze, 56, 70, 83. (7) Call bladder discrders-Acu points:' 6, 22, 25

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{B) Jaundice/Liver disorders-Acu ·points: 18 {right

side). 22, 28. 70, 71. 83.

(9} loss of Appetile-Acu points; l l , 13,22,56..

(10) Nausee-vcmhteg-Acu poiols : 20,22,35,56. (11) Peptic ulcer in stemacb.-Acu points: 5, ~ B, 22,

14.25,33.

(12) Peptic ulcer In small tntestine Iduodenum)-Acu points: 5, 22/ 25, 38, 83.

(13) Plles (Haemorrhoids)/fissure/fislula-Acu points: 5.25. zs, 49. 76.

(14) Sore throat (pharyngitis)-Acu points ~ 5, 10, 28, 5&/70, 84, 85.

(15) WOrms in intestines-Acu points: 22,28,31, 63.

I. Acupressure in Respiratory diso,delS ;

(1) Breathlessness.-Acu points: 3, 56/ 84, BB! 95. (2) Br.nc~iti,- ... cu pclnts : 2. 3, 4, 28. 84, BS. (3) COlJgn-ACI,J points r Z, 3, 4, za, 84, 85.

J. Acupressure in Urinary disorders:

(1) Burning lIrinatfon-Acu points: 5, 2S, 28, 78. (2) Kidney disorders=Acu points: 213, 45, 54/ 81.

(3) Bed-wetting in children-Acu points: 22, 28, 35, 48.54.78.

K. Acupressure in Reproductive disorders:

{1) Breast problem~-Am points: 5, 25/ 28/ 56, 84. {i) F..-igidity-Acu points: 19, za, 72, 76.

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{]) fmpotenceyseeual debi!ily-Acu points: 19, 28,

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(4) Leucorrhoea (w~jte dlscha~ge)-Acu points: 8, 22,

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(5) Menstrual problems, Menop-ause-Acu polnts r 4'(for excessive menses], 5, 25 (for painful menses),

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(6) PrQstatitts-Ar;u points : 22, 28. 76, 77,

(7) Deficiency of milk-Acu points: 8, 17, 28,56.

(8) For easy, painless delivery-Ace poiats : 5,28,35, 52,67,71.

L. Acupressure in Other Common di,orders : (1) Allergy-A(;u points: 8, 2~, 28, 30,44.

(2) Blocke-d ncse-Acu pclnts : 5,11,

(3) Colds-Ac:u point s : 5, 1"1, , 3, 28.

(4) Diabetes-Acu peints : 10, 22. 26, 28, 66, 83. (5) hCl!ss!v.e swea~!~g-AcQ points : &, 2r12a, 35.

(6) flu (influenza)/Fever-Acu points: B, n, 28, 73, (7) General debility/chronic fatigue-Ac;u points: 22,

28,67, 81.

(8) Hair loss-Acu poi~ts : 3, 5, 35,54,74, (9) Hiccups-A~u points: 44, 56, 7'5, 85.

(10) I!,SQmnia tsleeplessnessj -Acu p~in~: ~5, 51,

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01) Itching-Acu points: 1,30.

(t2) i\1.ernory/ concentration, to impro~e~Acll p9in~~.:

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(13} M~n~al Ten~ron-Ac~ pOints: 3':;, 51, 5~, 74.

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04) Obesity (excessive weight, tatnessj c Acu points:

35,51. 56, 74.

(15) Paralysis/Poli(J-Acu points: 22, 28, 49, 67. (6) Sinusitis~Acu points: S, 13,28,65,87,

(17) Sore throat (pharyngilis)-Acu points: 5,10,28,

56,70,64,85.

(18) Sun slroke-Acu points: 53, 75.

(19) Thyroid diserders=Acu points: 5, 10, 56; 66, 85. (20) Toosi!IHis-AcllI points = 2, 3, 4,5,10, 2B.

(21) voice problems -Acu points: 5, 10, as.

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