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Try massaging your temples. Massaging your temples gently stimulates the circulation
of blood and relaxes the muscles of the forehead and temples. This itself soothes
a person and provide relief from a headache.
Touch therapy is a new technique that is just becoming available
to cure headaches. A lot of research is going on this area and
even now experts have not been able
to identify how touch therapy can help in healing. The best possible explanation
is that our bodies are in fact tuned to respond to the touches of others.
When we were babies our mother’s touch was perhaps the most reassuring
thing in the world. In fact experts are baffled by the way newborn babies are
able to distinguish between a mother’s touch and the touch of a stranger.
As we grow older we delight in the encouraging pats and caresses of our parents
and teachers. Even in our social life there is a lot of touching going on.
That is probably why people use the handshake as an exchange of warmth.
So when a person is ill and miserable, the touch of another person especially
if it is a person who really cares for you can relieve you of your pain.
The only thing that the person has to do is to be gentle. He or she should
stop when the patient has had enough.
Try massaging certain key points of your body like the nape of
your neck, the shoulder and neck muscles and the muscles at the
web between your thumb and
the rest of your fingers.
The entire nervous system, the blood vessels, the skeletal and muscular systems
are all interconnected. So if you can identify certain nodal points of the
body and apply the right pressure there, you can indeed get relief from a
This is the basic philosophy of the principle of acupressure. Just be careful
to apply the right amount of pressure.
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