Japanese technique can help you with certain pains in your body

Japanese technique can help you with certain pains in your body
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The hand is connected to a large part of the organs of our body. That was known to the Orientals, who discovered that and created a method that helps cure any disease. The Japanese have used this technique over the years and it is part of their traditional medicine.

This method consists of taking advantage of the nexus of the hands to be able to cure certain pains thanks to the stimulation of the fingers of the hands. This in turn is associated with certain emotions, which are connected to some organs of our body.

Specifically, this technique is based on holding a finger and pressing it. You must remain like this for 3 or 5 minutes. During this time you should concentrate on breathing a lot and slowly. When you release your finger, you should massage it for a few more minutes.

Next we will explain the fingers that are related to certain emotions and organs of our leather.

The thumb is always associated with the arms and stomach. Then the symptoms are headaches, stomach, nervousness and skin problems. Anxiety and depression are the emotions of this finger.
The index finger: is related to confusion, this in turn has to do with the kidneys and bladder. If you feel a lot of pain in these areas you should put pressure on this finger.
The middle finger: anger and irritability are related to this finger. The connected arteries are the liver and the gallbladder. If you have migraine, menstrual pains, fatigue and obstructions in the circulation, you have problems in this area.
The ring finger: fear and sadness are those connected with this finger. This affects the lungs and the large intestine.
The little finger: if you have anxiety and nerves problems, press this finger to solve it. The heart and small intestine are the most affected.
In summary the fingers of your hands can be a solution if you feel pain in some areas, since, according to Oriental medicine, these are related to certain organs of our body.

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