Acupressure Points for Lymph Nodes
Lymph nodes can be stimulated with acupressure in order to help toxins move out of the body. Find out how to use acupressure techniques to stimulate the lymph nodes 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 your lymph nodes, so helping to move the lymph in the body. The lymph does not have it's own muscle so we need to stimulate the movement to help move toxins out of the body, so main points are actually up in the jaw near some of your main lymph nodes. So, we're going to take the first two fingers of both hands and we're going to go just underneath the chin, like a triangular shape, and then just go ahead and press right up in underneath the, the jaw and it should be a little bit of a tender spot so you can maybe poke around for a second until you find that tender spot and then we're just going to go ahead and hold it with maybe a little tiny bit of movement, for about 15 seconds. And when that's done, go ahead and move back about two inches more, about to the point where your jaw is making a little turn, and same thing, finding where the tender spot is. And if your lymph nodes are swollen, it's going to be a little more tender than normal, but if they're not swollen, it's still going to have a little bit of tenderness, so finding that spot, and again, stimulating it, about 15 seconds, and then releasing. And then to move the lymph that actually moves under the armpits, we're just going to take the arm up, and then we're going to use the opposite hand and starting just under the armpit, you're going to do gentle taps from the top of the ribcage down the bottom, about five spots. So you're going one-two, one-two, one-two, one-two, one-two and just doing that a few different times. You can do it up to two minutes to help get that lymph node stimulated. Just go a couple of times down the side and then you'd do the same thing on the other side. So, starting at the top. Okay.