Acupuncture is expensive and sometimes just such an effort , and looking for your acupressure points online requires extreme body mapping abilities .. so here are some good /useful points and how to use them so you can CHILL OUT
NOTE: i could not show you my toes , they are too terrifying, hence the sock hat .. they really are disgusting
Third Eye Point
Directly between the eyebrows, in the indentation where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead. Calms the body to relieve nervousness as well as headaches, dizziness and vertigo
“push on point using firm pressure”
located on the inside of the wrist, between the two ropey tendons in the center of the wrist, 3 finger-widths up from the wrist crease.
good for panic attacks, heart fluttering anything to do with hearts as well as stopping nausea and anxiety associated stomach problems
“To massage, apply firm and steady downward pressure. You can use your nail to really get into the point and stimulate it strongly – it will be sore when you hit the right depth.”
Location: On the little finger side of the forearm at the crease of the wrist.
Relieves emotional imbalances, fear, nervousness, anxiety, ,forgetfulness insomnia, palpitations, poor memory and emotional upset.
“Use your thumb nail to press the point until you feel a comfortable pain. Hold the pressure while you knead the point in very small circular movements for about 1 minute.Repeat on the other wrist”
On the inside of the arm at the lower end of the elbow crease when the arm is bent.
Relieves nervous stomach, anxiety, arm pain, elbow pain, and chest discomfort.
“knead the point in very small circular movements”
To find this point, start at the web between your big toe and your second toe. Walk your fingers back up your foot, staying between those two metatarsal bones, until the bones meet and you can’t walk your fingers any farther up in the groove.
circulate energy throughout our whole body relieves symptoms of stress.
“Massage with firm pressure either straight up and down or in a counter-clockwise direction.”