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Find Relief For Your Pain with the HealthPoint™!
Acupressure, a bit like acupuncture, is an ancient Chinese form of medicine involving the insertion of needles into certain points along the body’s “meridians” or purported energy pathways. Except with acupressure there is no need for needles – certain acupuncture points simply need to receive effective pressure and counteract any symptoms of common maladies related to headaches or back pain.
Finger acupressure is an effective means of locating points on the body and treating various areas of the body where you may be experiencing pain.
There are various parts of the body that can benefit from acupressure and when stimulated, this can provide pain relief. Back pain, neck pain, knee pain, eye pain, headaches, various ear, nose and throat problems, along with heart and circulatory disorders can all benefit from acupressure therapy.
Acupressure therapy can show significant improvements for all kinds of painful conditions. The electro-acupuncture device known as HealthPoint™ is an effective means to find relief and can enhance your wellbeing.
The HealthPoint™ device is designed to help you locate the acupuncture points accurately in over 160 health conditions, including most eye conditions.
The HealthPoint™ is an easy to use handheld device that enables the user to locate the acupuncture points on various parts of the body. Treating the acupressure points frequently is recommended so that the symptoms associated with the condition can be improved. For best results, the point should be located, activated during treatment mode using the HealthPoint™ and then treated for 30-60 seconds, before stopping the unit and moving onto the next point.