In today’s article we will present you a trick used by Chinese medicine and professors that may save your life. All you need is a needle. A simple thing as a needle may save a life in case of stroke. Isn’t that surprising? Keep reading in order to find out how you can use a needle in a case of stroke.
When stroke occurs, the blood supply to the patient’s brain is interrupted or reduced, or in other words the capillaries in the brain gradually stretch. That person needs a rest and an immediate medical help. The tips explained below may help you to save someone’s life!
In a case of stroke many people around the patient will start to panic. You have to stay calm because some person’s life depends on you. Don’t move the patient because the capillaries in the brain will burst and cause bleeding in the brain. Then take the needle.
Here is the procedure:
Hold the needle – over the fire such as a lighter or a candle in order to sterilize it and then use it for pricking the tops of all 10 fingers.
No specific acupuncture is needed, it simply should be few millimeters from the nail.
You should perform so that the blood can flow.
In case if the blood does not start to drip, you should tighten and start squeezing the blood to flow.
Once all 10 fingers start bleeding you should wait a few minutes –the victim should be back to life!
If you notice that the victim’s mouth is distorted you need to massage his/her ears until they become red – so blood can come to them.
Then, prick with the needle in each ear in the soft part, until two drops of blood fall by each ear. Few minutes later the patient’s mouth should no longer be distorted.
Finally, wait until the victim come to normal state without any unusual symptoms and after that go to the hospital.
It is very important to mention that this method of bloodshed in order save someone’s life is a method of a traditional Chinese medicine. People who have tried it claim that its practical application is even 100% effective. It is completely amazing as with this method you can help to some person to survive a stroke.