Here Is How To Practice This Old Japanese Self-Relaxation Technique To Reduce Stress And Start Enjoying Your Life!

Studies have discovered a strong link between chronic stress and numerous emotional and physical disorders, like nausea, vomiting, anxiety, high blood pressure, depression, stroke, heart attack, weak immune system, as well as the development of various serious diseases.

Unfortunately, stress is common in today’s lifestyles, which raises the risk of various ailments. Therefore, if you do not find a way to manage stress and avoid further complications.

You can successfully lower stress with the help of various methods, like meditation, yoga, exercise, music, and massage. We will suggest an ancient Japanese self-relaxation technique, which provides amazing effects. You can practice it anywhere and it will take only 5 minutes of your time.

It is believed that each finger is linked to a different feeling or emotion, as follows:

  • The Thumb can help you treat worry and anxiety.
  • The Index finger will aid in overcoming fears.
  • The Middle finger regulates feelings of bitterness and rage.
  • The Ring finger treats depression and melancholy.
  • The Little finger manages stress, supports optimism, and boosts self-esteem.

The main purpose of this Japanese technique is to create balance of all the opposing energy forces present in your body. Namely, you should take one finger at a time, and grasp it by using the other hand. Next, each finger should be wrapped around it.

Then, it is advisable to hold every finger for one to two fingers until you feel the pulse.

You can also bring yourself into a deeper state of relaxation by putting slight pressure to your palm’s center by using the thumb of the other hand. You should hold it for about 60 seconds.

Practicing this self-relaxation technique daily can greatly reduce your stress and balance your spirit.

Watch the video below to find out how to practice the technique properly!




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