What are the 5 Pressure Points? For Anxiety Relief

The Rollga Method or technique a combination of trigger points and acupressure which is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves applying pressure to specific points on the body to relieve pain and other symptoms. Here are some Rollga pressure points that may help relieve anxiety:

  1. RP123 (Rollga Point 123 or sometimes know as Pericardium 6 (PC6) or Nei GuanR): This point is located on the inner forearm, two fingers' width below the wrist crease, between the two tendons. It's a commonly used point for nausea and anxiety.

  2. RP113 (Rollga Point 113 or also know as the Conception Vessel 17 (CV17) or Shan Zhong): This point is located at the center of the chest, midway between the nipples. It's a powerful point for reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.

  3. RP201 (Rollga Point 201 and also know in TCM as the Governing Vessel 24.5 (GV24.5) or Yin Tang): This point is located between the eyebrows, in the indentation where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead. It's a well-known point for calming the mind and reducing stress.

  4. RP1 (Rollga Point 1 or Stomach 36 (ST36) or Zu San Li): This point is located on the lower leg, four fingers' width below the kneecap and one finger's width toward the outside of the leg. It's a popular point for boosting energy, reducing anxiety, and promoting overall well-being.

  5. RP340 (Rollga Point 340 or Kidney 1 (KI1) or Yong Quan): This point is located on the sole of the foot, about one-third of the way down from the base of the toes. It's a grounding point that can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation.

To stimulate these points, apply firm pressure with your thumb or fingers for 1-2 minutes while taking slow, deep breaths. You can also try massaging the points in a circular motion or tapping them lightly. It's important to note that Rollga Pressure Point therapy should not replace professional medical treatment for anxiety or any other medical condition.

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