Acupressure has been around in this world for an unknown number of years. It is a science that has existed in different parts of the world for many years. It exists mainly in Asian countries like India, China, Japan and Korea. There are many myths that surround acupressure. Acupressure is not a magical thing and people who practice acupressure are not magician as well. As far as history is concerned it exists in many parts of the world and mainly Asian countries. There is no specific place or country where it evolved. The techniques of acupressure vary not only from country to country, but also from city to city in a same country and in a same state as well. So there is not one definite technique that is used by all people. Acupressure is a very common science that everybody uses to treat medical problems. Today very few people in the world use this science as a source of curing medical problems after allopathy is introduced.
Pulse Rate Reading
The most important concept of acupressure is pulse reading. A pulse in acupressure is defined as a point in the arm that can be felt to establish the flow of energy in a meridian. Pulses are invented and are just like the meridians. There are nine different pulses that are located in the lower arm area, which connects to the wrist. Each pulse has two phases. They are superficial and deep. If the pulse is absent in the superficial phase then it can be found in the deep phase. And if a pulse is absent in the superficial phase then it indicates that there is a problem in that particular meridian. Deep pulses are usually very hard to locate. If the deep pulse is also absent the person is in the most severe stage of the problem.
How To Slow Down Heart Beat
There are many techniques to slow down heartbeat according to acupressure. It also helps in curing hypertension. When the heartbeat is fast in some tension and need to slow down one can take the help of acupressure. It has 9 pressure points in the body. The therapist brings down the heart rate in normal rate by the use of acupressure.