Acupressure for Beginners
Acupressure is acupuncture with no needles, so it removes the discomfort that some people have with acupuncture without taking away any of the benefits that acupuncture offers. This 5 week program is customized to your body, taking into account the unique needs that every person has to provide the best care for your body that can be offered. Acupressure can take away chronic pain, swelling, and aches without having to use needles. You don't have to deal with any more pain This method only takes the pain away! You will also get guided meditations to help connect your mind and body and aid the healing process. You will get a few useful bonuses as well You will get a trick to give you youth, using a process that is centuries old. You will also learn tips to lose weight using these advanced techniques. You don't have to deal with pain with this system All you do is get rid of pain.
Acupressure Academy Summary
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Migraine suffering is frequently positively influenced by pregnancy. Non-drug processes such as muscle relaxation therapy, biofeedback, acupuncture and acupressure, as well as changes in lifestyle and nutrition, are preferable in the prodromal stage and in the intervals that are free from pain. The analgesic of choice is paracetamol, perhaps combined with caffeine or codeine (see Chapter 2.1.7). Ibuprofen or aspirin can also be considered, but these should not be used from the early third trimester onwards. If necessary, antiemetics like medozine or metoclo-pramide should be given prior to analgesics. To prevent dehydration, intravenous (i.v.) fluids should be given. To control nausea and pain, phenothiazines (prochlorperazine) can be administered intravenously, supplemented if necessary by i.v. narcotics (like codeine) or i.v. corticosteroids. Severe attacks can be treated with sumatriptan (preferably intranasal, s.c. or rectal) other triptanes should be used only...
A more recent pilot study on acupuncture and acupressure at PC-6 in the treatment of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) showed positive results (Habek et al 2004). However, this was a small study and HG is a serious complication and care must be taken in the treatment of these women.