10. Yin Tang
Recommended for: Relieving stress, eye strain, headaches, treating nasal and sinus congestions, curing insomnia, and increasing the effectiveness of the brain.
How to locate: It is located on your forehead between your eyebrows.
How to apply: Gently press this point using your fingers for about a minute, and then release. You can repeat it a couple of times a week.
11. Lao Gong
Recommended for: Mouth ulcers, mild fever, anxiety.
How to locate: It is located where the tip of your ring finger lands in the palm of your hand when you make a fist.
How to apply: Apply firm pressure to massage and stimulate the area for 2–3 seconds. Repeat 2–3 times a day.
12. Qi Hai Shu
Recommended for: Lower back pain, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, and asthma.
How to locate: It can be found 2 finger widths (1.5 cun) above the upper end of your hip. For a better understanding, refer to the photograph above.
How to apply: Using your thumbs to apply pressure, massage both sides of the spine for 4–5 seconds. Repeat daily.
Bright Side hopes that all its readers will take advantage of these pressure points in their endeavor to stay healthy.
Let us know in the comments what improvements you felt after practicing these.