Rub This Point On Your Legs Every Night For Peaceful Sleep!

jeudi 19 mai 2016
Most of the time people don’t pay enough attention to their legs, but we all know that they are extremely important for our overall health. It may sound strange to you, but if you want to improve your sleep, you need to take proper care of your feet before you go to bed. You can start by using one of the most popular and effective Chinese methods for better sleep, which is called San Yin Jiao. This method refers to a specific massage point on the leg.

Massage This Point on Your Legs for Better Sleep
In order to locate this particular point, you must find the highest peak of your inner ankle bone, and then just measure 4 finger widths up your inner leg, and the point will be just behind the shin bone.
Refer to the video for more details on finding the exact spot.
  1. Put your thumb on this point and start massaging it in a circular motion for 6 seconds, then release for 2 seconds, and repeat this for at least 5 minutes.
  2. After that, repeat the process on your other leg.
  3. If this form of accupressure is very helpful for you, you are allowed to repeat it one more time on each leg.
The best time to do this massage is at night because you will achieve the best results.
Note: If you feel any pain when you press down that means you are in the wrong spot and should stop immediately.
Massaging this particular point will help you relieve insomnia, bloating, urological and pelvic disorders and improve digestion.
This method is the easiest natural way which will help you treat numeorus different health issues and people have discovered that this simple technique will dramatically relieve pain and discomfort assosiated with many common ailemnts.
Moreover, massaging the San Yin Jiao pressure point will help you regulate the spleen and kidneys, ensuring your blood is in tip-top shape.
According to many studies, stimulating this pressure point will alleviate pain and menstrual distress in young women with menstrual cramps, as well as improving women’s general health.
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