4. Zhong Zhu
Recommended for: Temporal headaches, shoulder pain, neck tension, and upper back pain.
How to locate: This point is located behind your knuckles in the groove formed by the tendons of your ring finger and little finger.
How to apply: Apply firm pressure to the depression, and massage the area for 4–5 seconds.
5. Zu San Li
Traditional Chinese literature also recommends it for better health and longevity.
How to locate: It is located on the outward-facing side of your leg in the depression about 4 finger widths below the bottom of your kneecap.
How to apply: Apply downward pressure on the muscle area for about 4–5 seconds.
6. Nei Guan
How to locate: It is located in the depression between the tendons 4 finger widths below your wrist.
How to apply: Massage between the 2 tendons while applying gentle pressure for 4–5 seconds.