Millions of people are in pain, searching for ways to find relief. This book provides safe, natural, self-care methods with over 400 photographs and illustrations showing practical suggestions for relieving headaches, migraines, backaches, and many other types of pain, including arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Acupressure offers relief with no risk and at the same time is inexpensive. Gach’s self-care exercises are a drug-free alternative, which are easy to learn and do at home.
Best-selling books on pain relief tend to be general or theoretical in nature. This book, however, offers clear, accessible, specific pain relief methods and guidance for all major areas of the body.
Over 400 clear illustrations and graphics make acupressure self-care remarkably accessible. If you flip through the pages, you will see how easy it is to use.
Author Michael Reed Gach said, “I am often asked how I developed this Acupressure Pain Relief program. After years of studying and practicing a wide range of holistic health methods, I created this self-acupressure system. My empirical research over the past forty years has shown that combining key Acupressure points with gentle stretches, postures, movements, and deep breathing results in effective pain relief.”
“Most people experience some relief fairly quickly, once they learn to do these techniques properly. However, people with a history of chronic pain usually have waves of progress, as well as setbacks. Please do not expect an immediate cure,” he said.
“From my clinical experience, I have found that people with chronic pain must consistently practice the methods in Acupressure Pain Relief on the average of three times a day to achieve long-term benefits. It takes work to relieve pain naturally, without drugs, but it’s well worth the effort.”