An Acupuncture Point to Alleviate Nausea
The acupuncture point, Neiguan – Pericardium-6, called Inner Pass is a very important point that can alleviate nausea and vomiting.
It is found on the inside of the arm, 3 fingers width from the wrist crease and between the two tendons.
Sometimes when we eat too much, such as at Thanksgiving… we can feel a bit under the weather afterwards.
By pressing or massaging this point with the baby finger of your other hand, we can alleviate your upset stomach and feel better again.
If someone you know is at the vomiting stage, you can help them feel better by pressing or massaging the point for them.
That’s your acupuncture tip for the day!
- Posted: October 3, 2014
- | by: Dr. Crysta Serne
- | Categories: Vitality Blog