Acupressure Point to Cure Toothache
One acupressure point for relieving toothache pain may be found at the tip of the individual's chin. Find out how to use acupressure points to treat toothaches with help from a teacher, author and alchemist in this free video on acupressure treatments.
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I'm Stasia Bliss, and this is acupressure for toothache. So, for toothaches, there are a few points that might help to relieve the pain. The first one is located right at the tip of your chin, right where there might be a divot there. So, we're going to look for a tender spot. So, go ahead and just move your finger around 'till you find a spot that might feel tender and we're going to gently stimulate it by giving it a little pressure and a slight circular rotation about ten to fifteen seconds and then release. The second point is located above the lip, right in this little grove and again, you're going to look for that tender spot and press. So, you'll be pressing right into the gums above your teeth. And again, about fifteen seconds and then release. The third point is one of the pain center management points for the body and it's located in the wrist. So, you're going to go ahead and take the first two fingers of your hand and from that point, just above, you're going to use your thumb and dig around 'till you find that tender spot again. And when you do, gently stimulate again for fifteen seconds. And you're going to do that on both wrists. Okay?