If you have a problem of frequent constipation,you must have tried many stool softeners .Unfortunately, it can be useless as much as it can be frustrating.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Mayo Clinic,says is a condition that tosses you back and forth from constipation to diarrhea.
Acupressure.com, says that acupressure,an ancient Chinese practice which uses key trigger points within the body and treats many different ailments.
Acupressure practitioners say that they can relieve constipation, help the colon and relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome simply with messaging key acupressure points.
Which acupressure points may help you relieve constipation, the colon, or irritable bowel system (IBS)?
Modern Reflexology gives top three points :the CV6, the CV12, and the ST36.
The CV12 is sensitive and needs to be stimulated for less than two minutes at a time and on an empty stomach as well.
The ST36 point is located on the leg four finger widths down from the knee and one finger width to the outside of the leg. This point should be rubbed briskly.
The most important point of these issues is the CV6.
How does the CV6 point work?
Natural Herbal Remedies publishes that the CV6 “revives the body’s healing processes; develops vitality; strengthens” key body systems.
CV6 has situated two finger widths below the center of the belly button, and is stimulated gently, starting with gradual pressure and slowly increasing it. You can do this two to three times a day to bring relief.
What else is CV6 point can heal?
The CV6 can be useful in helping with insomnia, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, urinary incontinence, menstrual cramps, infertility, and impotence.
Is there something else to do in order to relieve colon or constipation issues?
Mayo Clinic says that eating plenty of fiber and drink plenty of liquids can also help.Plus you can add regular exercise and try to avoid foods that cause flare-ups .
WebMD recommends drinking plenty of fluids, exercise regularly and eating plenty of fruits, vegetables,high-fiber foods.
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