Accupressure

Acupressure & Magnet therapies occupy a unique place among the non-medical modes of treatment widely known. It is very much effective & thus it is widely popular too. It has no side effects also; therefore, it has rightly raised hopes for those sufferings from diseases that defy cure by prevalent medicines.

Nowadays, most of people know about the acupuncture. Acupuncture & acupressure is altogether same; only the difference is, whereas the acupuncture is done by a special needle; acupressure is practiced by the thumb pressure. The studies of these two subjects are totally same. And the acupressure is practiced on the persons who are of fear of needles.

I have tried to cover all-important aspects of the Acupressure & Magnet Therapy, in very simple steps, in this book. I wish that it would be very helpful for the general public, with which one can take own treatment sitting at home.

In Latin ‘acus’ means needles and ‘punctura’ means to puncture. Thus the treatment of various diseases of the body carried out by inserting very fine needles in to the specific points of the body is termed as Acupuncture.  Acupressure means stimulation of acupuncture points by giving pressure (instead of needle). Acupuncture developed in China it is said to be 5000 years old. Its a traditional oriental art of healing which is drugless, harmless, economical without any side effects whose results are quick, effective and long lasting. The World Health Organization has accepted Acupuncture as a recognized modality of the therapy.

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