Remedy - Acupressure Guide For Relieving Hangovers
Acupressure is an effective way to relieve painful sensation associated
with hangovers. This guide by Aaron Stein, PhD, is based on over 5,000
years of Chinese practice of self-acupressure.
- Step-by-step guide to relieving hangovers.
- Every step explains point location, direction of force, and duration
- No previous experience necessary
- Total treatment duration 10 to 15 minutes.
Nobody knows how acupressure works. Very often pain is caused by a self-perpetuating
mechanism: pain causes the mind to be attentive to pain, that, in turn
cases more pain and even more attention, and so on.
Most likely acupressure
works by interrupting this vicious circle. How does acupressure interrupt
the cycle? Stimulation of active points is thought to lead to increased
release of endorphins. Endorphin is a natural body painkiller. Endorphin
and morphine are chemically different molecules but, by coincidence, they
have very similar 3-dimentional shape. This similarity in shape allows
morphine to bind the endorphin receptor and reduce pain.
Thus endorphin released
by acupressure stimulation may lead to temporal reduction of mind’s
attention to pain, interruption of pain cycle, and following complete
cessation of pain.
This software is very well organized.
A reviewer from Clevelend, OH, 2004-02-26
"This software is very well organized. I had no problem finding the
points. Felt much better after"
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