Use Acupressure To Reduce High Blood Pressure In 5 Minutes Without Drugs

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Nowadays, high blood pressure is considered as one of the most common and dangerous diseases and it can occur due to smoking, excessive consumption of alcohol, lack of sleep, stress, salty food, obesity, etc.

The best way to treat it is to make major changes in your lifestyle, and the first thing to start is to consume healthy foods. This will also help you avoid taking conventional medications that do more harm than good.

In the United States, high blood pressure is a common disease and it can be result of many risk factors like the following ones:

  • Obesity
  • Increased stress
  • Lack of sleep
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Excessive intake of fatty, processed or acidic foods

If you have a family history of this disease, make sure to check your blood pressure on a regular basis in order to maintain it at normal level.

According to Lu Hun Sen, the doctor of the popular soccer club “Spartak”, ancient Chinese acupressure method is the best medicine for this issue.

In this article we will present you 2 points which are responsible for the blood pressure regulation, and with a simple massage, you will stimulate the blood flow in the body.

Point 1 – 2

These 2 points are actually a line that stretches from behind the ear cartilage to the central part of the neckline bone. All you have to do is to gently touch the line with the tips of your fingers. Repeat this massage ten times on both sides.

Point 3

This line starts from your face, approximately in the height with the earlobe, half inch away from your ear and stretches towards your nose. Simply press both sides of this line for one minute, with your fingertips. Make sure the pressure is gentle.

This treatment will definitely help you lower high blood pressure, you just need to perform it properly and on a regular basis.

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