Headache, Neck Pain, Stress, Insomnia & Pain Relief

So many people have asked me how to hold this pain relief point. It’s the Gates of Consciousness point, GB 20, located underneath the base of the skull. I’m excited to share this video with you, where I give you clear instructions on where and how to press this Acupressure point. I’ll show you how to use your thumbs or knuckles to hold GB 20 and fully discover the benefits.

GB 20 Relieves Many Conditions Please share this video with people who are under stress, or who suffer from headaches (including migraines), irritability, stiffness, neck problems (aches, pains, and stiffness), insomnia, arthritis, fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue, and also eyestrain or eye pain.

Increase Your Alertness This Gates of Consciousness point can also be used to increase mental clarity and overall rejuvenation, alertness, and aliveness. It also brightens the eyes and clears the senses.

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The Gates of Consciousness point (GB 20)

Practice this routine 3 to 4 times daily to transform how you feel and to counteract aches, pains, and stiffness. Stimulate these points anytime and anywhere. It’s especially helpful before going to sleep.

For best results, start by sitting in a comfortable chair or lying down. Hold the points for 3 to 5 minutes, as you breathe deeply. If you’re sitting, then lie down. Next, deeply relax for another 3 to 5 minutes. Relaxing like this immediately afterward helps you gain the full benefits of this Acupressure point therapy.

The effects add up. The more you practice, the better you’ll feel. When you use this Acupressure at bedtime, it helps you feel better the next day.

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To Learn More About Using Acupressure for Pain

Look into the book, Acupressure Pain Relief, which is available both as an eBook and as a printed book. This is an enormous resource of natural self-care methods to relieve pain. It’s fully illustrated, with many photos and diagrams, so it’s easy to understand. You’ll find Acupressure points and routines that you can use right away, both to relieve and to prevent pain.

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