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Doctors Recommend Putting Clothespins In Your Ear, It Avoids This List Of Diseases



Atrial reflexology, also known as auriculotherapy, is the therapeutic method that tends to use the ear of the ear, for therapeutic purp...

Doctors recommend putting clothespins in your ear

Atrial reflexology, also known as auriculotherapy, is the therapeutic method that tends to use the ear of the ear, for therapeutic purposes, by stimulating points or reflex zones. Although this technique does not cure, it can be useful to relieve pain, relieve stress and fight against certain addictions such as tobacco. To benefit, here are the specific points to touch.

According to the Lyon doctor Paul Nogier, each ear is a kind of interface, a dashboard, where all parts of the body are located. Thus, to be able to restore new balances in case of dysfunction of the body, it is important to know the area of the ear to stimulate.

The points of the ear to stimulate according to the doctor Ryan Jay Hoyme are as follows because each point is connected to a part of the body:



When you feel pain in these places, you can stimulate the areas of your ears to relieve yourself. It is important to emphasize that the points of auriculo-reflexology are detected only when the corresponding organs suffer.

Here are some indications to succeed at best this technique.

How to act on the reflex zones of the ear?

-Make sure to be in a place where you are relaxed

-To stimulate the reflex zones, you can use seeds or tiny balls. They can act reflexively by borrowing the corresponding nervous systems.

- The use of clothespin is also possible in some cases.

- When you stimulate a specific point, be sure not to exceed 60 seconds. Release and stimulate the same point again. You will not be long in feeling the effect.

The benefits of atrial reflexology

In rheumatology: all painful inflammatory conditions (rheumatic pains, neuralgia ...)

In dentistry: anesthesia, dental pain

In enterology: digestive functional disorders (constipation, diarrhea ...)

In pneumology: respiratory diseases

In dermatology: acne, scar treatment

In immunology: allergies such as hay fever, urticaria, asthma, strengthening of the immune system

In traumatology: strains, sprains, muscular breakdowns, relaxation of muscular or articular tensions, sciatica, lumbago, tendonitis

In psychopathology: insomnia, depression, aggressiveness, stress, headache, migraines, tinnitus according to their origins

In addiction: tobacco, alcohol, drugs

Some precautions to take
  • This practice is not without risk for the elderly and pregnant women. It is therefore to be avoided.
  • Also avoid using this therapy in patients with heart problems or autoimmune disease (too much activity of the immune system.)