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COMPLETE SHIATSU TREATMENT LINKS SHIATSU TREATMENT LINKS MACROBIOTICS MACROBIOTICS PART 2 Macrobiotics Part 3 Shiatsu Treatment35-36 Shiatsu Treatment37-38-39a-39b Shiatsu Treatment40-41-42-43 Shiatsu Treatment44-45-46-47 Shiatsu Treatment48-49-50-51 Shiatsu Treatment HIGH Causes of Illness Causes of Illness Part 2 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 1 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 2 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 3 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 4 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 5 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 6 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 7 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 8 UPPER BODY SHIATSU 9 Acupressure Techniques Acupressure Reflexology Reflexology Shiatsu and HIV/AIDS Acupressure Reiki Energy Works Inflamed Breast Treating Common Problems Internal Organs Treating Lung Treating Lung 2 Shiatsu treatment Large intestine Shiatsu Treatment Stomach IMPOTENCE Acupressure Point MOTION SICKNESS SHIATSU TREATMENT AIDS TREATMENT HYPOGLYCEMIA,DIABETES,DIZZINESS Cancer Shiatsu Treatment Heart and Acupressure More Info Bruising Easly Common Cold Heartburn
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Acupressure,literally the method of applying pressure to certain areas or nerves, is one of the safest, simplest and remarkably effective method for relief from pain and other common ailments.

Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 85 86 87

Sep 30, 2007





85. Place your hands on the receiver's shoulders and push them toward the feet. This shaking and pushing will loosen the neck and shoulders.







86. Bring the arms over the head. Press the armpit and lymph nodes. This also loosens shoulder joints





87. Holding the arms at the wrist, have the receiver breathe in. On an exhalation, you pull the arms outstretched, while the receiver pushes the heels out. The toes are pointed toward the body. Tbis is a very good overall body stretch.


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Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 79 80 81 82 83 84





79. Press around the cheek­bone, hold each point for 2-5 seconds. This helps sinus congestion.










80. Press the groove under the nose. This balances the nervous system.










81. With the thumbs, press around the mouth. Good for digestive system and toothache.










82. With the thumbs on the topside and the fingers wrapped under, press the chin and jaw.









83. With index fingertips, press the indentation in back of the ear at the lower border. This stimulates the lymph nodes and alleviates toothache.










84. Press, massage and pull the ears. Effects the whole body. It is especially good for ear trouble.
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Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 76 77 78





76. Gently press with the thumbs over the eyeball and around the eyes.










77. Press with the index fingers in the inside corner of the eye. If you feel tightness, loosen it.
















78. Press under the eye rim. This stimulates tear ducts and sinus regions.
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Upper Part of the Body Shiatsu Treatment 74a 74b 75




74a.Place the head on the floor and, with the bottom of
your fist, gently and rhythmically pound the sides and top of the head.










74b. You can tap with the side of your open hand. You can also press the top of the head with the thumbs. These are good for mental fatigue. They also affect sinus congestion and internal organs.




Face and Head



Use thumb and finger pressure to stimulate the face. Hold each point for 3-5 seconds.



75. Start with the thumbs on the inside corner of the eye­brow. Press along the eye­brows and onto the forehead.






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Upper Part Body Shiatsu Treatment 70 71 72 73





70. Place your palms on the abdomen. Coordinate your breathing with the receiver's breathing. On exhaling, press down gently until you feel resistance. Hold for 1-3 seconds. On inhaling, lift the palms off. Repeat up to ten times. This increases overall energy and balances the body. It also brings deep relaxation.







Move to the receiver's right side. Kneel between the body and the outstretched arm. Massage the left hand as you did the other hand (number 55).









Massage the lower and up­per arms as you did on the other side (numbers 56-65). Adjust the arm by bending it and pulling the wrist in an outward direction (Number 66} Put arm down on the floor.






Move to Behind the Receiver's Head.






71. Pick up the head withboth hands and stretch theneck by moving the headtoward the chest. Try totouch the chin to the chest.





72. Place hands under theneck and pull the headtoward yourself, stretchingthe neck and body.







73. While holding the head,rotate it in a figure eight,moving the chin from side toside (no photograph).
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Upper Part of Body Shiatsu Treatment 66a 66b 67 68 69







66a. Bend elbow and hold wrist as seen in photograph.









66b. Adjust the arm by pulling the wrist outward parallel with the floor. Release the arm.
Face the receiver's trunk area directly so that you can work on the abdomen.









67. With your outstretched fingers, probe the abdomen to get a general idea of its condition. Be attentive to hard, soft, hot, or cold areas.









68. With the heel of your right hand placed directly on the abdomen, massage in a clockwise direction. Massage within the area made by the ribs and hip bones. This relaxes abdominal muscles, increases circulation and assimilation, and helps constipation.







69. Knead the intestines as you lean your weight into the receiver's navel area. Gently, but deeply, knead as you would bread dough. The hands remain in one place. Push with the heel of your hand and pull with the finger-tips. This strongly stimulates internal organs.
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Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 62 63 64a 64b 65









62. Turn the palm up and press directly up the middle of the arm, both top and bot­tom, to the elbow.






63. Press, squeeze, and massage the upper arm. Beginning at the top of the shoulder, press until you reach the elbow. Hold each point for 1-3 seconds.









64a. Begin at the shoulder-again, this time beginning slightly higher near the top of the shoulder.









64b. Press down to the elbow moving along the outside of the upper arm. Repeat several times.





65. Press in the underarm from inside the shoulder down to the elbow. Repeat several times
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Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 58 59 60 61

Upper Body Shiatsu Treatment 58 59 60 61








58. Turn palm up. Place the little finger of your outside hand between the receiver's little and ring fingers. Place the little finger of your other hand between the receiver's index finger and thumb. Spread and stretch the palm.





















59. Press this palm area with both your thumbs. Treating the center of the palm is especially good for the heart.
















60. Hold the receiver's left hand. Press simultaneously top and bottom with your thumb and index finger directly on top of the wrist-bone and the back of the arm. Manipulate from the wrist up to the elbow. Repeat several times.

















61. Press on a diagonal from the inside wrist toward the outside elbow on top of the forearm. Repeat several times
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Upper Part of Body Shiatsu Treatment 55 56 57

Upper Part of Body Shiatsu Treatment 55








Upper Part of Body Shiatsu Treatment 55

55. With thumbs on top and fingers beneath on the palm, squeeze and bend the hand, relaxing it.









56. Manipulate each finger individually. Start with the small finger. Press top and bottom at the same time. Effects internal organs.









57. With thumb, press the top of the hand from the wrist toward each finger. Treating the hand is very effective in combating fatigue.
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Acupressure for animals

Sep 27, 2007












Acupressure, a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine, may be thought of as "Acupuncture without needles".





The body is viewed as an interconnected energy system, in which the body energy, known as "Chi" flows along pathways called meridians. Stimulation or sedation of points lying along these meridians moves the energy, balancing the Chi and relieving or preventing blockages and excesses that can cause discomfort, pain, and disease.





The Five-Element theory describes the relationship between points on various meridians in terms of their position in the cycles of creation and control/destruction. Meridian charts are used to identify points that show an excess or deficiency; the five- element chart helps to determine which points require sedation or stimulation to correct these imbalances. How-to manuals take you step-by-step through the process of using acupressure with animals.












Animals are keenly aware of themselves and their bodies; the recognize imbalances and often lick, scratch, or chew on acupressure points in an effort to correct them. They are responsive to both the touch of the practitioner and the intent behind the touch, at times turning or positioning their bodies to help guide the practitioner’s hands to the points that need attention.












Animals are very much aware of their bodies; once they have been introduced to massage, they recognize, remember, and appreciate this form of touch.












Massage does the same types of things for animals that it does for humans: increases circulation, flexibility, and comfort; provides emotional calming; and improves body awareness, general health, and overall well-being. It can also restore enjoyment of touch to animals whose history includes abuse or neglect; provide early detection of conditions requiring veterinary care, and deepenbonding and trust between animals and their caretakers. In hospice situations, massage can ease distractions such as fear, anxiety, and pain, allowing the individual to prepare for death with calm and dignity












Massage is not appropriate when there is a condition requiring veterinary care (shock, nausea, vomiting, fresh injury such as a break or sprain, etc.); it is also not appropriate when the veterinarian OR THE ANIMAL says “no”.












Acupressure utilizes the ame points and provides the same benefits as acupuncture. Through the use of finger pressure to activate the points acupressure can work to improve your animals health.









Acupressure is an ancient healing art. It has been used for centuries in the eastern cultures and has recently been accepted in the western world. Acupressure is a very gentle and noninvasive procedure that can profoundly impact both humans and animals. . The benefits of acupressure include:









  1. The release of endorphins needed to release pain




  2. Removes toxins and increases blood supply to aid in the healing process




  3. Enhance focus needed for training




  4. Relieve muscle spasms




  5. Release natural cortisone




  6. Aid in building the bodies immune system




Acupressure works on the meridians in the body. These are made up of pools of energy, which are the acupressure points. By activating the points the energy is released and allowed to flow in the areas needed. By allowing the energy to flow the body can begin to heal. It is a great way to help promote health and wellness.









Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) dates back around 4000 years. TCM treats the mind, body and spirit as a single entity in harmony within itself and originally developed as a preventative form of treatment to maintain the health of humans and livestock. 4000 years later, Acupressure uses the basis of TCM to use the power of touch along key points on the energy pathways of the body called "Meridians" to identify where there is an imbalance, and then change the energy flow or Chi of the area to restore balance and health. It is similar to Acupuncture but does not use needles to stimulate the acupoints.










TCM strives to identify the cause of an ailment through looking at as many perspectives as possible to reveal the real root cause. It is a non-invasive and deceptively gentle process that can profoundly impact humans and animals. Acupressure for animals can be helpful for physical as well as behavioural or emotional issues and offers a way to actively participate in maintaining an animal's health.






There are key Acupressure points or Acupoints that can help with a variety of common ailments and also be used as a conditioning process including:-










  1. movement issues




  2. respiratory issues




  3. skin conditions




  4. behavioural concerns




  5. digestive issues




  6. wounds




  7. infections

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Acupressure Chart 3

Acupressure Chart Acupressure addresses the same points as acupuncture, using the pressure of fingers and hands instead of needles. It helps release tension and restores a feeling of inner equilibrium. Use the full-color Acupressure Chart for quick reference in locating points to relieve backache, colds, headaches, insomnia, PMS, sciatica and more. Color-coded chart shows organ meridians and chi control. Includes treatment booklet with acupressure "recipes" to use for relief from common ailments.


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ACUPRESSURE CHART





As shown in the illustration below, the basic acupressure points are as follows:









  1. In Yong "Welcome Human" – For high blood pressure


  2. Jung Boo "Center of Gathering" – For common cold, cough, & asthma


  3. Dan Chung "Middle of Chest" – For asthma, high blood pressure & lack of milk


  4. Ki Moon "Door of Expectation" – For rib pains and lack of milk


  5. Il Wol "Sun and Moon" – For gall bladder ailments


  6. Jung Wan "Midway" – For Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea


  7. Sang Moon "Hurried Pulse" – For abdominal pain and vomiting


  8. Chung Choo "Celestial Pivot" – Abdominal pain and diarrhea


  9. Ki Hae "Ocean of Energy" – For stomach pains, diarrhea, menstrual irregularities and constipation


  10. Gwan Won "Gate of Origin" – For frigidity, impotence & menstrual irregularities


  11. Um Youm "Clear Um/Yin" – For menstrual irregularities & frigidity


  12. Pyung Shi "Market of the Wind" – For circulation of the legs and tired legs


  13. Yang Kwon "Gate of Yang" – For fevers and paralysis of the legs


  14. Im Rip "Almost Crying" – For menstrual irregularities, ringing in the ears & foot pains


  15. Yang Goo "On the Hill" – For stomach pains, cramps and arthritis in the knee


  16. Jok Sam Ri "3 More Miles" – For general well-being


  17. Nae Ching "Inner Garden" – For toothaches and stomach aches


  18. Jung Bong "Middle Seal" – For arthritis in the ankle


  19. Tae Chung "Supreme Thoroughfare" – For headaches and dizziness


  20. Hyel Hae "Ocean of Blood" – For itch, allergic eczema, hives, & menstrual irregularities


  21. Un Nung Chun "Um/Yin Mountain Pond" – For pain in the knee


  22. Chuk Tack "In the Groove" – For cough, elbow pain and labored breathing


  23. Yel Kyel – For common colds, headaches and Bell’s palsy


  24. Tae Yen "Supreme Abyss" – For labored breathing, cough, and pharyngitis


  25. So Sang "Young Merchant" – For sore throat, cough, pharyngitis, hand spasms, & tired arms


  26. Nae Kwan "Inside Gate" – For nausea, vomiting, insomnia and palpitations


  27. No Gung "Palace of Anxiety" – For exhaustion


  28. Shin Moon "Divine Gate" – For irritability and insomnia

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Cause of Illness

From the moment of conception within a mother's womb, we are living, moving and growing creatures. This energy of life comes partly from our parents as genetic inheritance and partly from the nourishment of food, drink, emotions, ideas, and vibra­tions. Because we are alive, we must keep ourselves in good condi­tion. Without this constant conditioning, it is easy to deteriorate.

At times we say to ourselves that we don't feel well. At that moment, we already know that something is going wrong. This feeling is our signal that normal body functions are beginning to make changes. The unpleasant symptoms of the aches and pains are an attempt by the body to reestablish harmony. But, to you, that headache certainly doesn't feel like harmony!
When symptoms are present, the energy within the internal organs as well as the muscles and tissues doesn't circulate well. Physical and emotional suffering is an expression of imbalance. These changes are, nonetheless, the body's attempt to conserve life energy and promote long-term health.


The cause of illness was recorded in ancient medical text­books thousands of years ago in China and India—imbalance. For example when the heart becomes imbalanced we may see either high or low blood pressure. When the pancreas is affected, the result is of- READ MORE
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Cause of Illness part 2

ten hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or diabetes (high blood sugar). When we don't feel well, it can be a single organ or many body sys­tems that act out of harmony with the rest.


Ancient illustrations of Lung and Lung meridian.




Human beings belong to nature. If we follow the way of na­ture, we aren't supposed to get many problems. Why do we get sick? If humans are superior, why do so many have such serious prob­lems? Without knowing it, many of us live our lives out of harmony with nature. When our lifestyle, which includes all the things that we do throughout the day, does not go along with the way nature in­tended, difficulties arise. In order to correct this situation, we must find out what it is in our daily life that is inappropriate. Where have we created our greatest imbalance? How have we violated natural law?




"The Cause of All Illness is an Imbalance of Yin and Yang."
—Gong Bai, M.D. Neuro-surgeon, Shanghai, People's Republic of China





Once an illness or imbalance is there , we all want to get rid of it, don't we? Already, even on a subconscious level, we are trying to make a new balance. Because of our illness, we become very busy trying to cure it. We may go from doctor to doctor asking advice and, without realizing it, spending a lot of time on ourselves. We have no time for others because we are so preoccupied with our own troubles. Our mentality begins to change as we become self centered. At this point not only is the body ill, but the mind also be­comes sick.


We are made up of trillions of cells. They are affected very easily by the condition of the fluids which are both inside and around all body cells. If these body fluids become closer to an acidic condition, then dysfunction rapidly occurs within each cell and the organs that are made of these cells. Hyperactive, underactive or dead nerve cells can dramatically change the function of the entire body. Many scientific studies have shown the importance of a healthy autonomic nervous system. Imbalance between the sympa­thetic branch (which governs daytime activity) and the parasympa-thetic branch (which governs nighttime and healing activity) is the cause for many of the common problems we see today. This nervous system imbalance can affect all cells and organs within the body. An imbalance at the cellular level affects the whole organism. When we eat inappropriate foods, such as sugar or fat, or when breathing is shallow and superficial, the possibility of imbalances occurring becomes very great. When imbalances occur, we must discover their sources—this is easier then you might think. The source for most degenerative illness is what we do or don't do day to day. A quick check of how we eat, breathe, move, think, and handle stress will show us our mistakes.




After we begin to regain our health, it becomes obvious that we are in a more balanced state. Our symptoms decrease and eventual­ly go away. At the same time, our interest is not only in ourselves, but we begin to think about others. If we can maintain this balanced state, even with minor ups and downs, an excess of energy will ac­cumulate that we can use to help our families and friends. How to maintain this balance is an aim of life.


There is an old Chinese proverb which gives us something to think about,: "Unless you change direction, you are likely to arrive where you are headed."
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Chickenpox for Baby

Sep 26, 2007

What Is Chickenpox?





Chickenpox is one of the most common childhood illnesses. Before the vaccine was approved in March, 1995, there were 4 million cases of it appearing in the United States every year. In fact, 95 percent of adults in America today had chickenpox before the age of 18. It occurs most often in the late winter/early spring and in children between the ages of 6 and 10.





Chickenpox is caused by Varicella zoster virus and is highly contagious. About 90 percent of people who never had chickenpox (or the vaccine) will catch it if a family member has it. A person with chickenpox is contagious from one to two days before the rash starts until about five days after the rash appears. It can be spread by direct contact (through lesions or sores) or through the air. Children with chickenpox have to stay home from childcare or school until they are no longer contagious.





A child who catches chickenpox may not show symptoms for 10 to 21 days after being exposed to the virus. At that point, the characteristic symptom usually appears -- an itchy rash, which usually develops first on a child's scalp and body, and then spreads to his face, arms, and legs over the next three to four days. In total, a child with chickenpox will have 250 to 500 itchy blisters that dry up into scabs two to four days later.



While the rash is the most well-known symptom of chickenpox, it's not the only one. Here are some other symptoms that often accompany chickenpox:



A mild fever for one or two days before the rash appears



General malaise

Coughing

Fussiness

Lack of appetite



Once someone has had chickenpox, the virus stays in her body permanently. This is usually a form of immunity -- she will probably never suffer from chickenpox again. But in about 10 to 20 percent of the population, the virus will reappear later in life (usually over the age of 50) and cause shingles. Shingles typically causes numbness and itching or severe pain in various areas of the skin. Within three to four days, clusters of blister-like sores develop and last for two to three weeks.
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Front Side and the Lower Part of the Body Shiatsu Treatment No 35-36

Front Side and the Lower Part of the Body Shiatsu Treatment No 35-36










35. Have receiver turn over onto the back. Stand at the feet of the receiver. Bend both knees and push down toward the chest on an exha­lation. This stretches the lower back and loosens and increases flexibility in the hips.






36. Hold same position and rotate the knees in both clockwise (a.) and counterclockwise (b.) directions





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Shiatsu Treatment No 35-36

Shiatsu Treatment No 37-38-39a-39b

Shiatsu Treatment No 40-41-42-43

Shiatsu Treatment No 44-45-46-47

Shiatsu Treatment No 48-49-50-51

Shiatsu Treatment No 52a-52b-53a-53b-54
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Front Side and the Lower Part of the Body Shiatsu Treatment No 37-38-39a-39b

Front Side and the Lower Part of the Body Shiatsu Treatment No 37-38-39a-39b






37. Sit at the receiver's feet. Hold hoth legs at the ankles and lift them off the floor. Sway back and forth, open the legs and drop the feet.









38. Pick up the right foot. Hold it with the right hand. With your left hand brush the toes.








39a. Bend the toes in one direction.









39b. Bend them in the opposite direction.



Shiatsu Treatment No 35-36

Shiatsu Treatment No 37-38-39a-39b

Shiatsu Treatment No 40-41-42-43

Shiatsu Treatment No 44-45-46-47

Shiatsu Treatment No 48-49-50-51

Shiatsu Treatment No 52a-52b-53a-53b-54
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