Chinese acupressure is starting to gain a lot of popularity in recent years as an excellent remedy for a long list of chronic conditions, mainly because it has proven very effective and doesn’t entail any unwanted side-effects. If you are one of those rare few who still haven’t tried it and don’t know what it does this article is just perfect for you. Acupressure works by applying pressure on certain points on the body that run along the energy meridians lines. These meridians run throughout the entire body and by pressing those points you can improve your overall health and well-being and target specific affected areas which are causing you problems.
According to the experts in Chinese acupressure, the Tai Chong point or the LV-3 is the most important point in the entire body and by massaging this point you can resolve a long list of chronic problems. You should try it out if you’re experiencing headaches, dizziness, canker sores, blurred vision, red and swollen eyes, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, anxiety, insomnia and irritability.
How to locate this point?
The Tai Chong point is located on a finger width above the point where the big toe and second toe meet. Try massaging it for 2 minutes, using circular motions and you’ll see how much better you’ll feel. You can find below a short video demonstrating the exact location of this point and the proper way to massage it.