Rubbing points to cure my rhinitis
I am 65 years old and suffered from acute rhinitis more than 20 years ago.
Due to busy work and “three shifts”, coupled with housework entanglement, the best time for treatment was delayed, and as a result, chronic rhinitis developed.
This disease caused me to runny nose, sneeze, and was very uncomfortable. It also affected my work to some extent.
Around 1978, an old Chinese medicine doctor introduced me to a method of “kneading acupuncture points to treat rhinitis” when I saw a doctor.
After nearly one year of treatment according to this method, the chronic rhinitis that has invaded me for many years has basically been cured.
Since then, I insist on kneading the acupuncture points every day.
After insisting for many years, almost the original chronic rhinitis is no longer a recidivism, and colds and colds are rare.
My method of “rubbing acupuncture points for rhinitis” is: 1.
Rub the upper and lower sides of the bridge of the nose with both sides of the index finger back and forth, kneading a total of 200 times, and rubbing until the bridge of the nose feels hot.
Rub the “Yingxiang” acupuncture points on both sides of the nostril with the tips of two index fingers, rubbing 200 times.
The “Yingxiang” acupoint is located in a small depression just to the side of the root of the nose.
Use the thumb and index finger of the left hand to rub the “Hegu” acupoint 200 of the right hand up and down, and then use the thumb and index finger of the right hand to rub the “Hegu” acupoint 200 of the left hand up and down.
“Hegu” acupuncture point is located in the depression where the thumb and forefinger split.
What needs to be reminded here is that you must do it relentlessly for a long time. Once rhinitis is cured, you must continue to do it.
This can prevent the recurrence of rhinitis, but also prevent colds.
The kneading method is heavier, and it is better to tolerate it.