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This ancient Chinese technique lowers blood pressure in 5 minutes without resorting to medication!

August 03, 2019 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Blood pressure varies according to gender and age, however, in adult individuals, blood pressure is considered to be optimal if the maximum or systolic is between 120/80 mmHg, and the minimum or diastolic is between 90/60 mmHg.

When these levels are too high, this creates so-called hypertension (high blood pressure), which can often occur even without any symptoms.

Instead, at other times an individual with high blood pressure complains of palpitations, wheezing, and migraine headaches. When this occurs, a personalized pharmacological therapy is necessary to restore normalcy.

According to traditional Chinese medicine, there are energy channels (meridians) that connect different parts of the body, so it is possible to treat or even resolve many pathological conditions without using medications.

Here in detail is one of the procedures that is considered most effective that allows blood pressure to be lowered in only a few minutes, bringing the individual back to a state of well-being.

The technique is based on stimulating different pressure points on our body and consists of this sequence: First of all, you have to gently but firmly slide your fingertips down an imaginary line that connects the back of the ear lobe to the clavicle (in the figure, points 1 and 2). The movement must be repeated at least ten times for each side of the face.

Another technique is to perform a circular massage with the fingertips on the area just in front of the ear lobes, towards the nose. While you are massaging this point also apply slight pressure with your fingertips.

The techniques described are not to be considered decisive or substitutive for any medical prescriptions, so it is always advisable to contact your primary care physician first for personalized therapy.

However, since these techniques are practically harmless, they can be tried and tested by anyone without any special precautions.

For the maintenance of good physical health, it would be wise to also combine a healthy diet --- one that does not exceed in the intake of salt, sugar, alcohol, and tobacco smoke, with regular physical activity.

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