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Did you know that rubbing your fingers can help you solve various health issues? There is a Japanese alternative medicine method based on the belief that each finger of your hand is connected to 2 organs in the body. This method provides results in only 60 seconds!
This ancient method of healing is called Jin Shin Juytsu. It can help you balance your emotions by stimulating certain points of your hands.
This method influences certain body organs by tightly holding or rubbing a finger on one hand for at least one minute, though best results are achieved if this is done for 3-5 minutes. Breathe deeply while doing this and massage the fingers on both of your hands.
Here is an explanation of all the connection between the fingers and certain body organs, emotions and physical symptoms:
Massaging your thumb for sixty seconds helps the heart and lungs. It can aid in healing from a nasty cold and shortness of breath. It can also deal with issues of the heart, figuratively and literally.
It’s not just for telling off bad drivers you know! The middle finger is connected to insomnia and peace of mind. If you’re up late at night and can’t sleep or feel uneasy, rub the middle finger for 60 seconds. It’ll help put you at ease.
By rubbing your ring finger, you help facilitate healthy lymph nodes. Your lymphatic system is in charge of moving the toxic sludge from our bodies through our filtering organs. Rubbing the ring finger helps keep the lymphatic system healthy.
If you’ve got a pain in the neck that can’t be cured by a quick trip to an adoption agency, try massaging your little finger for a minute. Your little finger and palms are connected to your nerves, and by rubbing them, you calm your nerves. This helps relieve neck and back pains.
Rubbing the index finger for 60 seconds helps relieve issues with the stomach and colon. If you suffer IBS, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, or any similar issue, the index finger is your guide to healing.
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