Putting a Clothespin on Your Ear Can Help You Treat These 6 Health Conditions

According to the well-known reflexologist Helen Chin Lui: “Each ear contains a complete reflex map of the body, rich with nerve endings and multiple connectors to the central nervous system.”

This reflexologist suggests a way how you can boost the overall health, relieve certain issue, and as well as treat various health issues. This technique is based on placing clothespins on specific 6 spots on the ears. These 6 spots when stimulated correspond to different body organs and regions, and in that way treating different health issues.

In the text below we will reveal those exact six spots which can help you in the treatment of a certain health condition.

Here it is how you can achieve that:

Just Above the Earlobe

This part corresponds to the digestive system, and if you stimulate it with a clothespin you will be able to relieve a stomach pain and boost the body’s digestion. Likewise, you can prevent the occurrence of these issues.

The Top of the Ear’s Curve

This specific spot is related to the body organs, and if you experience internal tenderness or discomfort, then you should put a clothespin at this exact spot and thus treat the ongoing issue.

The Upper Part of the Ear

This point relates to the shoulders and back, therefore if you have issues with all that built-up tension in these areas just press this spot for a minute and thus release the tension.

The Upper-Middle Part of the Ear

If you have problems with joint stiffness and pain, then you should press this point which will offer you an instant relief.

The Lower-Middle Part of the Ear

This part of the ear is linked to sinusitis and throat, so when stimulated you can relieve a sore throat and as well as treat congestion.

The Earlobe

The earlobe is related to the heart and head, hence its pressing can help in alleviating headaches and migraine, and as well as support the heart health.

If you find the clothespin too strong for use, then you should try the following massage:

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