Acupressure Anti-Depression Breathing

January 4th, 2016 | Posted by Velda in ACUPRES.,MERIDIANS, REFLEX.

Acupressure Depression Breathing Exercise

Holding the Lung 1 (Lu 1) Acupressure Points releases emotional pain, numbness, heartache, sadness, and depression by increasing the body’s ability to breathe more deeply and assimilate the vital energy you get from oxygen. If are experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above or you feel stuck,  I recommend you practice the exercise listed below:

Acupressure Anti-Depression Breathing Exercise

  1. Lie down on your back or sit comfortably, with your spine straight, and feet flat on the floor.
  2. Reach up toward the sky with both hands; take a deep breath, and as you hold your breath, make tight fists and squeeze, tightening all the muscles in your arms.
  3. Slowly exhale, tensing your arms, bringing your fists down, to your chest.  Repeat steps 2 and 3 several times.
  4. Now cross your arms in front of your chest, with your fingers touching Acupressure Points Lu 1 (shown above),  Massage the tender area.
  5. Lower your chin toward your chest.
  6. Inhale four short breaths in a row (without exhaling) through your nose, filling your lungs completely on the fourth breath. Hold the breath for a few seconds with the chest full and expanded.
  7. Exhale slowly through your mouth.
  8. Repeat this exercise for two or three minutes, concentrating on the depth and rhythm of the breath.

Use this Acupressure Anti-Depression Breathing Exercise as often as needed.

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