Ear Massage To Reduce Inflammation

Ear Massage to reduce inflammation is a point in the body that gives you more benefits than any other massage!

Ancient Chinese doctors mentioned in their writings about the “Shen Men” or “Heaven’s Gate” point. Shen Men is located near the top of the ear. It is an anti-stress point, which decreases stress considerably, increases energy flow and improves the overall health of the body. This acupressure point can also reduce inflammation and is traditionally used to treat anxiety, stress, and pain anywhere in the body.

If you massage this point, it relaxes you, gives you energy and strengthens the immune system. Pressing right on the Shen Men, reduce inflammation and pain will disappear. You can use a cotton swab to massage this area of the ear while inhaling and exhaling.

Sources of stress vary from person to person. Each of us experiences stress in different ways. Once the stress is installed, most of us are left with a feeling of discomfort and a form of anxiety. Followed by a feeling of heaviness or pain in certain parts of the body.

The first step that you can do to relieve stress is the release of toxins generated by negative emotions. The next step is then to eliminate physical effects that produce stress.

AcuDetox™ is a process of Auricular Detoxification used to detoxify the human body, treating emotional and psychological conditions. This process of Auricular Detoxification removes toxins and restores balance to the organs, brain chemistry and mind.

Emotional trauma may manifest in disorders that include:

  • ADD and ADHD(Attention Deficit Disorder),
  • Bi-Polar Disorder,
  • Depression,
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder,
  • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder),
  • Panic Disorder,
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

Trauma can be defined broadly as a stress that causes physical or emotional harm from which you cannot remove yourself.

Toxin can be classified as the presence of a substance, emotion or memory that causes an imbalance in the body, organs or brain chemistry.