Acupressure Points for Nausea

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There are many acupressure points to help relieve nausea. Find acupressure points for nausea relief with help from a massage therapist in this free video on acupressure.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Jennifer Jackson with Fusion Bodywork. Today I'm going to go over a few acupressure points to handle nausea. So the first one I want to show you is pericardium 8. On the crease of your palm when you make a fist, between the second and your third finger, you're just going to press in there as you hold the palm lightly and that should help with a little bit of nausea. The rest of them I want to show you are all located on the abdomen. The first one is CV12. If you divide your abdomen in half and find where your belly button is, you want to go four tsun above the umbilicus and just hold. This is called middle of the epigastric. The next one we're going to cover is upper upper epigastric, or CV13. For that one, you're just going to go up one more tsun and hold and then the last one I want to show you is called "dark gate" or kidney 21. For that one, you want to go up one more, so six tsun from the umbilicus and you just want to cum out half a tsun lateral from the run meridian which is what runs right down the center. You're going to be just below the ribs, and just hold that. That should help with nausea. Again, I'm Jennifer Jackson with Fusion Bodywork and we just covered a few acupressure points to deal with nausea.


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