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'Qu-Chi' Acupressure Band Gives Hayfever Misery the Elbow

LEEDS and LONDON, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Hayfever Relief Product Based on Acupressure Points Now Available in UK Stores & Widely Available on the Internet - With Photo Hayfever was unheard of only 200 years ago, however, it's believed that it now affects as many ...

Regular Acupressure May Reduce Agitated Behavior in Dementia

A study published in the February issue of the UK-based Journal of Clinical Nursing, shows that Acupressure can significantly reduce agitated behaviour in older patients// with dementia. Researchers at the National Yang-Ming University in Taiwan found that providing 15-minute treatment sessio...

Self-Applied Acupressure May Reduce Sleepiness And Increase Alertness During Class Hours

Whether it's triggered by the monotone of an instructor or insufficient rest the night before, students at all ages and grade levels sometimes have trouble staying awake in class. Researchers have now found a way to combat the sleepiness // and to keep students awake during class, and it doesn't ha...

Pain in the back? Try Acupressure

New Research seems to compliment Acupressure over physical therapy, to alleviate lower back pain. Scientists from the National Taiwan University // have acclaimed Acupressure’s success with statistics – a remarkable 89% drop in disability, as compared to physical therapy with the effect lasting up...

Relief Is Available for Cancer Patients Suffering from Radiation Therapy-Related Nausea

...ntrusive wristbands place light pressure on the P6 acupressure point on each wrist. This all natural and easy to...ng. Sea-Band Wristbands are the only FDA approved acupressure treatment of its kind in the United States. Long a...ently in Europe as a cure for nausea and vomiting, acupressure and more specifically the pressure point P6, locat...

Wristbands May Lessen Nausea After Radiation

... Small study finds acupressure cut symptoms beyond mere placebo effect MONDAY, April 13 (HealthDay News) -- acupressure wristbands might help cancer patients experience almost a 25 percent less n...

Wristbands ease nausea with cancer treatment

... Cancer patients who wore acupressure wristbands had much less nausea while receiving radiation treatment, making the bands a safe, low-cost addition to anti-nausea medication, according t...

Acupuncture & Massage College Announces Ricky William's Scholarship

...cture & Massage College in Miami, Florida is an accredited institution, recognized as a leader in natural health education. Founded in 1983 as the acupressure Acupuncture Institute, the College integrates the teaching of traditional Oriental healing methods with the knowledge of Western medicine science. The...

Scientists trial device to treat chemotherapy-related nausea

... Trials to test acupressure wrist bands as a drug-free alternative for chemoth...ch can impact negatively on their quality of life. acupressure wrist bands can reduce the symptoms of travel sick...now measure the cost and clinical effectiveness of acupressure wrist bands in reducing and controlling chemothera...

ProstateCradle.com Launches the First “External Prostate Massager” by Enviromax, a Sensational Way to Help Millions of Men Have Healthier Prostate Glands

...uo;prostate milking” massage, without being invasive. As an additional benefit, the Prostate Cradle can train men to discover hidden tantric acupressure points. An Article in the October 2008 issue of Muscle and Fitness Magazine says, “Prostate massage can cause more intense orgasms.” T...
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