Big Toes Relieve Migraine Pain

June 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Velda in ACUPRES.,MERIDIANS, REFLEX.

 Big Toes Relieves Face Pain

Big Toes Relieves Face PainMassaging the Chinese Reflexology points for the face relieves headache or migraine pain.  This might surprise you that the top of big toes corresponds to the face, all the way from the forehead to the neck. Massaging this point is best for just below the eyes, in your cheeks, the jaw area and the front of your face.  Use your thumb to rub the top of your big toe, side to side, working your way from the base of the toenail to the base of the toe. When you get to the bottom of the toe, start again at the top. Repeat for 30 to 60 seconds.


Big Toes Relieve Migraine PainThe Chinese Reflexology point for Migraines (temporal area of your head) is located on the inside of your big toe between the big toe and second toe.  If you are experiencing headache or migraine pain on the left side of your head, rub the Chinese Reflexology point on your RIGHT foot and vice versa if it’s on the right side of your head. The reason why you rub the opposite foot is because the energy meridians cross over at the neck and thus, flow through the opposite sides of your head. If you’re feeling pain on both sides, rub the points on both of your feet.

 Big Toes Relieve Migraine Pain

You can also rub this point daily even when you don’t have pain. The consistent massage will help the Qi to flow more smoothly through your temporal area and thus, help to alleviate your symptoms over the long-term.  To massage this point, use your thumb to press and rub side to side on this area. Start at the tip of your toe and work your way down. When you get to the base of the toe, pick up your thumb, place it back at the top of the toe and repeat. Massage for 60 seconds to help smooth the flow of Qi.

Warning: Hand Reflexology should not be used for Headache and Migraine on a Pregnant Woman.

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