Stop Menopause Anxiety Now ….With Just Your Thumb

This technique is called acupressure. Acupressure is one of the three branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and as such it shares the same theory and knowledge as acupuncture.

Acupressure involves the application of pressure onto specific points on the body, known as acupoints. To stimulate these points, it uses fingers (and fists, forearms, elbows, heels, depending on the technique), whereas acupuncture uses needles.

How can acupressure help with menopause symptoms you experience?. My experience as a Certified Acupressure Therapist is that acupressurehas a powerful effect on all human cycles, especially the women’s cycle.

More generally, many clinical studies have been conducted to prove its efficiency to treat several ailments. As a matter of fact, acupressure has proven so effective in eliminating anxiety that hospitals are using this technique on their patients before surgery, or on parents before their child undergoes surgery!

Women who practise acupressure have found it amazingly efficient to balance their emotional ups and downs. Mood swings, a common premenopause and menopause symptom, progressively stabilize and make way for a balanced, happier state.

Try this simple exercise and experience how it calms you down:

1. Stand up, or seat in a comfortable chair or armchair or sofa, close your eyes.

2. Gently put the pulp of your middle finger on the Third Eye (between the eyebrows), and the palm of your other hand on the Hara (between the navel and the pubic bone).

3. Take 5 long……deep……breaths

4. Then relax your arms in your lap, letting your face relax too, and smile!

Authors Bio:
Emma Russo is a Certified Acupressure Therapist, a Reiki Master and a Certified Intuitive Guidance Coach. She is the author of “Natural Menopause, Safe & Easy Relief with Acupressure”. to find out how acupressure can help you during menopause and perimenopause.