3-For-1 Health Reports + Acupressure For Nausea

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Today's health tip is about acupressure for nausea. There are a number of acupressure points you can press to stop nausea, but the most common one is on the inside of each forearm.

Once you know the location of the point all you have to do is press it with your thumb. It's on both arms so you press one side then the other.

You may get instant relief or it may take a while depending on the cause of your nausea. I used this point on myself a couple of days ago and it worked within 1 or 2 minutes. I drink green tea before breakfast and it can make you a bit nauseous if you drink it on an empty stomach then wait too long too eat, which is what I did.

Many acupressure points have multiple functions. This nausea point can also be used for anxiety and stress. Find out more here (see Point 1 when the new page opens).

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Let me know if you have any questions.

All the best,

Matthew

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About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.

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The content of this email is not to be considered as medical advice. Always consult a doctor or other qualified health professional before starting or changing any health or fitness program.