Which acupressure point helps with neck pain?

 

Neck pain is actually quite common. Did you know that looking at your smartphone is like placing 4 bowling balls on your neck?

Key points of this video:

  • Neck pain can often come from sleeping wrong (experiment with different pillows), posture problems (check your posture when at the computer or smartphone).

  • Ladies: check your handbags! You might overloading your back and/or the strap is putting a strain on your shoulder, neck and upper back area.

  • Often, we tend to carry our problems in the neck and upper back area. Notice if you start tensing up during the day when dealing with problems or challenges.

  • A warm neck wrap helps relax the muscles. If you feel that icing helps, then always alternate the icing with heat packs.

  • The acupressure point called Small Intestine 3 can help with neck pain.

  • It is located at the outside of your hand, just below the small finger. Use your finger, fingernail or a pen to stimulate this point for 20 seconds, several times a day.

The acupressure point called Small Intestine 3 can help with neck pain. It is located at the outside of your hand, just below the small finger. Use your finger, fingernail or a pen to stimulate this point for 20 seconds, several times a day.

Which acupressure point helps with neck pain? | Natascha Hebell, Wholistic Practitioner