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Alternative, Acupuncture, Getting Rid Of Migraines, Headache Remedies, Migraine Relief, Getting Rid Of Headaches, Headache Relief, Tension Headache, Migraine Headaches

I hate headaches. I've been getting them since I was a kid. I've seen several doctors who each had their own strange recommendations and even tried alternative therapies like acupuncture and chiropractic. While each has their place, nothing was a one-size-fits-all method and the headaches continued. After years of trial and error, I finally stumbled

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Helen Honer
Add the following steps for individuals with:     Migraine:     7. Use the middle fingers to knead the corners of the forehead inside the hairline (St8), 30 times. Firmly wipe again the temple of the affected side, 20 times. Nip and knead the back of forearm 2-finger-breadths above the wrist (Sj5), 30 times on each side. Nip and knead on the back of the palm between the ring and little finger (Sj3), 30 times on each side Acupuncture, Challenges, Health, Health Fitness, Fitness, Treatment, Pressure Points, Acupressure, Remedies

Add the following steps for individuals with: Migraine: 7. Use the middle fingers to knead the corners of the forehead inside the hairline (St8), 30 times. Firmly wipe again the temple of the affected side, 20 times. Nip and knead the back of forearm 2-finger-breadths above the wrist (Sj5), 30 times on each side. Nip and knead on the back of the palm between the ring and little finger (Sj3), 30 times on each side

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Leah Woods
Relieve Your Headaches Fast By Pressing These 7 Reflexology Points - Juicing For Health #headachechart Fitness, Acupuncture, Tension Headache Relief, Acupressure Treatment, Massage For Headache, Headache Prevention, Headache Relief, Tension Headache, Headache Relief Instant

Reflexology is a unique and holistic approach to curing headaches and other ailments. It is similar to acupuncture, as it focuses on applying pressure to specific points on the body. The main difference between the two methods is that reflexology does not require the insertion of thin needles into the body. Instead, you use your hands.

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Jill LeClair