Our body is an amazing system and we have certain points which are more sensitive than others and they can help us treat some problems. For instance, our eyes are one of them. If you have eye problem you should definitely consult a doctor, but there are also some accupressure techniques which can help in daily activities and improve your eyesight.

 

glaza-14639393378gnk4-700x437-ms1470n9t5aztfvloprelbpg79gevmpexu5zk3j1k4

Our body is an amazing system and we have certain points which are more sensitive than others and they can help us treat some problems. For instance, our eyes are one of them. If you have eye problem you should definitely consult a doctor, but there are also some accupressure techniques which can help in daily activities and improve your eyesight.

The most important acupressure points

  1. Eyes rim – you can see that our eye orb is surrounded by bones which have pressure dots. These pressure dots are in fact linked to issues and pain of the eyes. Here are the points you should consider:

UB-1 – Jingming is the spot that is found on the inner eye corner next to your nose. It is related to hysteria, glaucoma and vision loss, and even cataract. It is located in the inner side of the bladder channel.

UB-2 – Znazhu founf in the urinary bladder channel which is placed between eyebrows next to the nose.

Yuyao– it is found in the middle point of an eyebrow and it is linked with anxiety and mental pressure from too much work.

SJ 23– Sizhukong, in the triple burner channel on the outer side of the eyebrow. Aids in face problems and eyesight.

GB-1-Tongziliao, is also found in gallbladder channel, in the outer side corner in the eye socket of the eye cavity. Applying a pressure to this point will help you with dry eyes, sore eyes and itchiness and blur vision.

ST 1– Chenggi is found right under the pupil In the infraorbital ridge. This dot helps in eyeball problems.

Each one of these dots needs a gentle massage. Make sure to start with B1-1 and go down and outwardly. You will need to massage each dot for at least 10 seconds. Perform the massage in equal intervals and don’t forget to breath deeply in order to get enough oxygen in the eyes. Do not rush.

  1. Third eye – it can be found between the eyebrows, at the T-zone the very top of it. Just press this point gently for 8 minutes. This pressure point is probably the most important among all others since it relieves stress and improves vision as well.
  2. Nose bridge – it is located under the inner corner of the eyebrow along the nose line. Make sure to press it finely on the both sides as the same time using your thumbs. It will help you remove fatigue and eye strain.
  3. Nostril top edge – located on every side of the nose. You should put some pressure where the nostril flares up. It will help you with blur vision or nose problems. In order to get the best results, you should massage it for at least 5 minutes.
  4. Thump tip – the tips of your thumbs are directly connected with the muscles of your eyes. In order to remove the strain in the muscles or the pain, you need to apply some pressure and gently massage one finger with the other. Do it on a regular basis and your sight will be greatly improved.

The most important acupressure points

  1. Eyes rim – you can see that our eye orb is surrounded by bones which have pressure dots. These pressure dots are in fact linked to issues and pain of the eyes. Here are the points you should consider:

UB-1 – Jingming is the spot that is found on the inner eye corner next to your nose. It is related to hysteria, glaucoma and vision loss, and even cataract. It is located in the inner side of the bladder channel.

UB-2 – Znazhu founf in the urinary bladder channel which is placed between eyebrows next to the nose.

Yuyao– it is found in the middle point of an eyebrow and it is linked with anxiety and mental pressure from too much work.

SJ 23– Sizhukong, in the triple burner channel on the outer side of the eyebrow. Aids in face problems and eyesight.

GB-1-Tongziliao, is also found in gallbladder channel, in the outer side corner in the eye socket of the eye cavity. Applying a pressure to this point will help you with dry eyes, sore eyes and itchiness and blur vision.

ST 1– Chenggi is found right under the pupil In the infraorbital ridge. This dot helps in eyeball problems.

Each one of these dots needs a gentle massage. Make sure to start with B1-1 and go down and outwardly. You will need to massage each dot for at least 10 seconds. Perform the massage in equal intervals and don’t forget to breath deeply in order to get enough oxygen in the eyes. Do not rush.

  1. Third eye – it can be found between the eyebrows, at the T-zone the very top of it. Just press this point gently for 8 minutes. This pressure point is probably the most important among all others since it relieves stress and improves vision as well.
  2. Nose bridge – it is located under the inner corner of the eyebrow along the nose line. Make sure to press it finely on the both sides as the same time using your thumbs. It will help you remove fatigue and eye strain.
  3. Nostril top edge – located on every side of the nose. You should put some pressure where the nostril flares up. It will help you with blur vision or nose problems. In order to get the best results, you should massage it for at least 5 minutes.
  4. Thump tip – the tips of your thumbs are directly connected with the muscles of your eyes. In order to remove the strain in the muscles or the pain, you need to apply some pressure and gently massage one finger with the other. Do it on a regular basis and your sight will be greatly improved.
http://www.healthandhealthytips.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/oc.jpghttp://www.healthandhealthytips.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/oc-150x150.jpgadminnaturalUncategorized
Our body is an amazing system and we have certain points which are more sensitive than others and they can help us treat some problems. For instance, our eyes are one of them. If you have eye problem you should definitely consult a doctor, but there are also some...