Recent Examples of acupressure from the Web
Facial acupressure and aromatherapy for self-care with Anisha Durve.
Acupressure on the wrist also helped elderly people with Alzheimer’s disease sleep more easily (Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, February 2015).
AcupressureMany patients find success by using holistic methods to cure illness and disease, but others use natural healing to make their body more receptive to traditional treatments.
Research shows acupressure may reduce nausea for chemotherapy patients and reduce anxiety in patients preparing for surgery.
Combining far-infrared light, heat, and acupressure, the treatment begins with 20 minutes of heat therapy on your back, neck, and shoulders.
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First Known Use of acupressure
ACUPRESSURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acupressure for English Language Learners
: a method of relieving pain or curing illness by pressing on particular points on a person's body with the fingertips or thumbs
medical Definition of acupressure
acupressuristplay \-ˌpresh-ə-rəst\ noun
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