Massage relieves nervous tension.


     The stress due to pressure in life, if not relieved, especially for those who work with high intensity, students with prolonged exam pressure can become chronic stress leading to nervous breakdown. To reduce stress can apply the following acupressure massage movements.

* Exercises to relieve stress.

  • Lesson 1: Breathing exercises: People can relax their whole body (lying on their back, straightening their limbs or sitting on a recliner). The whole body relaxes and concentrates the thoughts on the dantian (lower part of the stomach), eliminating all other thoughts. Breathe slowly, deeply, evenly, specifically, inhale slowly as much as possible, belly expands, hold your breath for a few seconds, exhale slowly as hard as you can, stomach tighten, hold your breath for a few seconds. Each exercise is from 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Lesson 2: Warm up the nape of the neck, relax muscles and increase local circulation, increase blood circulation to the brain by interlacing the hands, rounding the back of the head, incubating the nape of the neck, rubbing up and down about 20 times.
    Massage the nape of the neck.
  • Lesson 3: Relax the eye area, fight eye strain, relieve stress by straightening and closing your fingers. Put your palms together, rub until warm. Then, apply your fingers to the eyes (2 closed eyes) and swipe from the inside to the outside 10-15 times. Use your thumb and index finger to pinch the skin of the upper orbital ridge (along the eyebrow arch) from the inside to the outside 5 to 10 times, doing both sides at the same time.

Massage the eye area to prevent eye fatigue and reduce stress.

  • Lesson 4: Reducing stress, headaches works well for people who always have insomnia, due to nervous tension… by using the back of the finger to rub from the tip of the finger in the upper ridge of the eye socket to the forehead, in an arc. to the temples and then up and behind the ears, do about 15 to 20 times.

Next, use your fingers like a comb, comb your hair from front to back about 20-30 times, the tips of your fingers are strongly pressed down the scalp to open the meridians in the head area. Then place the palms on both sides of the head symmetrically, pat the circle around the head in a clockwise direction. When slapping, the two impact points should always be symmetrical. Do about 3-5 times.

Finally, close the hand, use the liver of four fingers (except the thumb) to pat the entire scalp in the direction from the top of the head to the front, to the sides, back to the nape of the neck. Do about 3-5 times.

Note: This exercise can be done at any time of the day, when waking up, before napping, sleeping at night or during breaks between working hours. Each exercise can be done separately or applied sequentially from lesson 1 to lesson 4. In addition, it should be noted that there must be a daily routine, a balanced diet, sleep, rest, and relaxation. Avoid smoking, limit alcohol.


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