Acupressure for Vertigo

This week I’ll show you acupressure points for vertigo. Press these points on a regular basis whenever and it can be every day, not just when you have vertigo.

頭竅陰 (GB 11) – The first one is on the bone behind the ear. When you follow the bone behind the ear upward, you will feel a little indentation behind the ear. This is called Gall Bladder 11. Stimulate these points on both sides by rubbing or pressing gently for 10 seconds at a time using your index finger or middle finger supported by the index and ring fingers.

翳風 (TH 17 or TW 17) – The next point is the depression right behind the ear lobe. This is called Triple Heater or Triple Warmer 17. Gently press these points on both sides for 10 seconds at a time with your fingertips.

完骨 (GB 12) – The third point is also behind the ears. Behind the earlobe there is a bone that’s pointy. This is called mastoid process. There’s a depression right behind the tip. This is called Gall Bladder 12. Gently press these points on both sides for 10 seconds at a time using your fingertips, supported fingertips or hooked thumbs.

Massage Monday #346 – Acupressure for Vertigo http://bit.ly/mm-061217

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