Are you tired of visiting doctors or popping pills to cure sinus inflammation and headaches?Try these tips for a quick relief from headaches, stressed muscles and nasal congestion.
Yintang Point is located between the inner edges of your eyebrows, which is known as ‘Third Eye’. An ache in this area tells you that yours eyes are tired like when one constantly works on laptops or computers. A gentle massage on this point removes headaches in seconds.
TIAN ZHU Points
The two points are located between your ears and the spine. These are responsible for the problems related to eyes, ears and nose. Once you massage these points gently, you may get rid of nasal congestion, normal headache and headache caused due to migraine.
These points are located on sides of your nostrils along the lines through the middle of eyes. At times, you get headache because you have congestion in sinus.
Try acupressure on these points. It relieves stress, clears congestion in sinus and consequently reduces headache.
SHUAI GU Points
These points are located at a distance of approximately two to three centimetres starting from the hair near the ears. Try acupressure on this area to get rid of pain in the temporal region and fatigue
ZAN ZHU Points
These two points are located on the bottom of your inner eyebrows. Massage these points in circular movements to get rid of sinus congestion and running nose that also cause headaches.
HE GU Points
Located between your thumb and index finger, press these points gently to soothe your neck muscles, back pain and toothache.
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Please find the acupressure technique detailed below.
Find a comfortable position and focus on deep breathing. Press your finger firmly onto an acupressure point and move in a small circular or up-and-down motion for several minutes. There is no limit as to how often you stimulate a point.
Tip: Teach a loved one how to give you acupressure—when receiving it from someone else, you can more fully relax.
While headaches are common, sometimes they merit medical attention. See a doctor if your headaches persist or are frequent. Seek emergency care if your headache is accompanied by a high fever; stiff neck; nausea; confusion; loss of consciousness; or difficulty seeing, speaking, or walking.
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