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  • The fastest and convenient way to relieve stress wherever you are 💚👍 Great tip from @womenshealthnetwork! #womenshealthcare #womenshealth #stress #medicine #acupuncture #stressrelief #stressreliever #women #health #healthy #australia #coomera #queensland #wellness #wellbeing

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Need serious stress relief but don't have time (or energy) for a bath or yoga class? Press your Hoku spot to feel less stressed in seconds! 
Here's how:
1. To locate the Hoku spot, gently squeeze your thumb up against your index finger. The mound that pops up between the base of your fingers is your Hoku spot.
2. Next, pull your fingers apart to form an "L" shape between the thumb and index finger
3. Apply pressure to the Hoku spot with the thumb and index finger of your other hand, gently but deeply massaging the area for at least one minute while breathing deeply through your nose.
What is the Hoku Spot?
The Hoku point, or "LI-4", is an an acupressure point that affects the flow of energy in the body, releasing muscle tension and improving circulation.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), treatment of LI-4 has been used to improve a range of symptoms, especially in the head and neck area, including:
• Pain anywhere in the body
• Headaches and migraines
• Poor circulation
• Sinus infections
• Swelling or redness in the face or eyes
• Side effects of chemotherapy The fastest and convenient way to relieve stress wherever you are 💚👍 Great tip from @womenshealthnetwork! #womenshealthcare #womenshealth #stress #medicine #acupuncture #stressrelief #stressreliever #women #health #healthy #australia #coomera #queensland #wellness #wellbeing Repost @womenshealthnetwork with @make_repost ・・・ Need serious stress relief but don't have time (or energy) for a bath or yoga class? Press your Hoku spot to feel less stressed in seconds! Here's how: 1. To locate the Hoku spot, gently squeeze your thumb up against your index finger. The mound that pops up between the base of your fingers is your Hoku spot. 2. Next, pull your fingers apart to form an "L" shape between the thumb and index finger 3. Apply pressure to the Hoku spot with the thumb and index finger of your other hand, gently but deeply massaging the area for at least one minute while breathing deeply through your nose. What is the Hoku Spot? The Hoku point, or "LI-4", is an an acupressure point that affects the flow of energy in the body, releasing muscle tension and improving circulation. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), treatment of LI-4 has been used to improve a range of symptoms, especially in the head and neck area, including: • Pain anywhere in the body • Headaches and migraines • Poor circulation • Sinus infections • Swelling or redness in the face or eyes • Side effects of chemotherapy
  • The fastest and convenient way to relieve stress wherever you are 💚👍 Great tip from @womenshealthnetwork! #womenshealthcare #womenshealth #stress #medicine #acupuncture #stressrelief #stressreliever #women #health #healthy #australia #coomera #queensland #wellness #wellbeing Repost @womenshealthnetwork with @make_repost ・・・ Need serious stress relief but don't have time (or energy) for a bath or yoga class? Press your Hoku spot to feel less stressed in seconds! Here's how: 1. To locate the Hoku spot, gently squeeze your thumb up against your index finger. The mound that pops up between the base of your fingers is your Hoku spot. 2. Next, pull your fingers apart to form an "L" shape between the thumb and index finger 3. Apply pressure to the Hoku spot with the thumb and index finger of your other hand, gently but deeply massaging the area for at least one minute while breathing deeply through your nose. What is the Hoku Spot? The Hoku point, or "LI-4", is an an acupressure point that affects the flow of energy in the body, releasing muscle tension and improving circulation. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), treatment of LI-4 has been used to improve a range of symptoms, especially in the head and neck area, including: • Pain anywhere in the body • Headaches and migraines • Poor circulation • Sinus infections • Swelling or redness in the face or eyes • Side effects of chemotherapy
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