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High blood pressure, fever relief

January 7, 2012
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By Gigi Shames  January 5, 2012 01:25 pm

In acupuncture theory, high blood pressure is often the result of imbalanced internal Yang energy rising upward to the head. This is why when we are stressed or angry, our face flushes, our ears get hot, and our blood pressure spikes. It is important to relieve that imbalance and return to being as cool, calm, and collected as we can.

An excellent point for bringing down high blood pressure, or cooling a spiked fever, is known to acupuncturists as Er Jian, and is located at the apex of the ear. This point can also be used preventively upon awakening each morning, to avoid developing the symptoms and works great for mild high blood pressure in women and men over 50.

Remember, these vignettes are not medical advice.

Gigi Shames, LAc, Dipl.OM, is a licensed acupuncturist in Cotati.  She can be reached at www.ShamesHealth.com

Article source: http://www.thecommunityvoice.com/article.php?id=4172

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