Believe it or not, auricular acupressure can really help you lose weight and help you fit in to that pair of jeans.
Have you ever heard of auriculotherapy?
Very few people know how beneficial it can actually be.
Auriculotherapy is a natural therapy that consists of stimulating points in your ears, which are connected to the central nervous system, creating stimuli throughout the body, including our organs.
According to this technique, which has been a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for more than 2,000 years, the human body can be mapped out in our ear, in the shape of a fetus, and therefore every it’s possible to treat problems or alleviate symptoms by massaging certain points.
Massages can be used to treat certain conditions that can also cause weight gain.
So, stimulating certain points in your ear can help you lose weight more easily.
In order to experience these benefits it is recommended that you visit a specialist to locate the points and perform the technique correctly.
But if you wish, watch this video to learn about a similar technique that can be performed at home and still have the same benefits.
It’s important to remember that, in addition to auriculotherapy, you should also follow a diet indicated by a nutritionist, and practice physical exercise regularly.
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