Importance of Acupressure

July 24th, 2008 by Jashodhara Purkayastha

The treatment of acupressure was practiced in India 3000 thousand years ago. But we did not keep it in proper way. During the reign of Buddha, this treatment started blooming again. Buddhist Bhikshu travelled in China, Japan, Srilanka for spreading Lord Buddha’s teaching. Chinese people accepted this treatment and spread acupressure in all over the world.

Our body is a wonderful machine in which all the parts work like magic. When any part of our body gets disturbed, we fall sick. Acupressure is God’s gift to mankind as THAT(God) has created sun, wind and water. There is no side effect of this treatment. This is the only treatment by which we can keep the body free from many diseases. It gives the inner energy to all the organs and keeps us healthy.

As metabolism continuously take place in our Body, this treatment removes unwanted cells and creates energy for necessary cells. This method helps in the electrifying flow to immobile parts of the Body. The nervous system is regenerated physically. Acupressure helps to regularize the function of Thyroid, Pituitary, Pineal, Pancreas and Endocrine glands.

According to the diseases, nerve points are pressed from 30 to 120 seconds. The pressure has to be as per comfort of the patient. It is like piezoelectric technic developing voltage due to stress.

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