Welcome All, I am Jyoti Khatri. Health and Holistic Wellness Expert. Hi, Everyone. In today’s video i am going to share an acupressure
point massage routine that will help to improve the beauty and treat one of the
most common skin problems that is eczema. Eczema is usually itchy. It ranges from mild, moderate, and severe. Some of the symptoms include
Dry, sensitive skin Red, inflamed skin
Very bad itching Dark colored patches of skin
Rough, leathery or scaly patches of skin Oozing or crusting
Areas of swelling This massage routine is based on traditional
Chinese medicine which will help to solve this skin problem and you will get miraculous
results with no side effects. The only thing that you have to do is maintain
the consistency and keep positive intention while you do this massage. Traditional Chinese medicine believe that
the major cause of eczema includes allergies, improper spleen function and liver disorders. This massage routine will help to improve the detoxification of the body, regulate endocrine functions, boost immune function and more. All this will have good effect on your skin
health and help solve skin eczema problem. I have already created a video about certain
food that you must include in your diet to improve liver health. Do watch that video as it will be definitely
useful for you. You will find the video link in the description
below. Do comment down below your experience, i love
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whenever I will upload the video. Now, let’s get started. You can do this acupressure point massage
for eczema at any time, whenever you find time. Ideally avoid doing this right after heavy
meal or when you feel extremely hungry. Avoid doing this during pregnancy. Before you begin, this massage. You must wash your hands first. The first acupressure point is located at
the meeting point of the base of the skull and top of the neck, in the soft depression
just lateral to the thick tendon of the trapezius muscle. Apply deep and firm pressure with your
finger tips or thumbs. You can also stimulate this point by clasping
your hands together, gently open your palms with finger interlocked to form a cup shape. Now use your thumbs to stimulate these points. Press and hold these points for 4 to 5 seconds. Do this for 1 to 3 minutes. Stimulating this point will help to relieve
itching, dispel excess heat, dehumidify, inhibit inflammation, and also reduce swelling. To locate next point, just flex your elbows
then look for the end of the crease on the outer side of your bent elbow. This point will help to clear excess heat
and wind from the body. Stimulating this point act as anti-inflammatory,
anti-allergy, reduces redness, itching and other symptoms of the skin diseases. Stimulate this point on your both the hands
for about 1 to 2 minutes each. With the knee flexed, the third point is located
in a depression distal to the medial condyle of the tibia, at the junction of the shaft
and the medial condyle. This acupressure point is useful for regulating
spleen functions, remove dampness, reduces fire, relieve inflammation, itching and other
symptoms. You have to stimulate this point on both legs
for about 1 to 2 minutes each. Fourth point is located in the palm of both
the hands. Just make a loose fist, in between the 3rd
and 4th metacarpal bones where the tip of your middle finger falls. Stimulate this point properly on both hands
for about 1 to 3 minutes each. This point will help to clear the heat, and
also plays an important role in eliminating the facial sores. Fifth acupressure point is located on the
back of your both hands, in between first and second metacarpals bone. Stimulate this point on your both hands with
your thump or index finger tips for about 1 to 2 minutes each. I love stimulating this acupressure points
as it helps promote facial blood circulation, relieve fatigue, and refreshes the spirit. The last acupressure point is located on the
inner wrist crease, towards the little finger side. About one-fifth of the distance across the
wrist, you will feel depression or hollow at the base of the pisiform bone. Apply gentle pressure on this point for about
two to three minutes. Hold the left side first, then the right for
this point. This point is again one of my favorite point
to stimulate as it helps to balance your health and brain energies. Improving blood circulation, calm down and
relaxed the entire being. Once you are done with this massage routine
you will immediately find yourself more relaxed and refreshed. Stimulate this point whenever you will have
time daily. You will start seeing changes not only in
your skin but on overall physical and mental well being. Do let me know your experiences in the comment
section below. After you finish your massage, drink a glass
of warm water to help kidney to flush the toxins out of the system. I hope you find this video useful. Hit the like button below and share it with
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now. I will cover those topics in the upcoming
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  1. SHARE MORE ..Subtitles are already uploaded. Click and enable the captions. Do like, and share the videos . Comment down below the topics you want to see in the future videos. Thank you for your love and support. <3<3 Jyoti

  2. Great thanks for all your videos Mam
    It’s has improved my life a lot mostly concentration and brain health
    Super brain Yoga video is my favourite one
    Mam could you please make a video on all accupressure in our body with it’s benefits?
    It’s gonna help people of all problems
    Thank you

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