Nowadays, almost every man has problems with back pain, but no one knows how easy is to eliminate the pain.
Modern medicine can solve many health problems, but some chronic pains like back pain and joint pain, cannot be cured with medications.
Fortunately, traditional medicine, which includes the ancient Chinese method of acupuncture, can help a lot in these chronic problems.
Acupuncture is the study of energy meridians that run throughout the body and affect its function. Disruption in the flow of energy through the meridians eventually leads to diseases of some organs, but also a damaged organ can be treated by establishing a proper flow of energy through the meridians.
Establishing a regular flow is achieved by stimulating specific points on the body. Depending on whether the stimulation is made with needles or by simply pressing and massaging the method is called acupuncture or acupressure.
Thus, for acupuncture you will need needles and a lot of knowledge, but that’s why acupressure or massaging of these points can be done by anyone without any specific training. You just need to know all points.
When it comes to pain in the legs, hips and joints, we will reveal several points and by massaging them you can relieve symptoms and with regular stimulation you can even completely remove the causes of pain.
The first point is GB29 is located at the junction of the pelvis and femur. Its stimulation will solve the pain in the hips and joints in general.
In combination with point GB 30, which is located little lower and behind the buttocks, on the back end of the pelvic bone, you will relieve the pain in the lower back, joints, hips and shoulders.
Point B 54, which is located behind the knee, also helps with pain in the hips and lower back, but it is focused on muscle relaxation. Stimulate all three points regularly and you will get rid of back pain and joint pain forever.
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