Acupressure Guide For Relieving Hangovers by MobileReference

Acupressure Guide For Relieving Hangovers

By MobileReference

  • Release Date: 2010-12-20
  • Genre: Health & Fitness
Score: 3
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Description

A hangover is the sum of unpleasant physical effects following heavy consumption of alcohol or the use of other drugs. The most common reported characteristics of a hangover are feelings of extreme thirst (dehydration), feelings of being more tired than usual, nausea and headaches. A good hangover cure should replace essential nutrients lost by the body while counteracting the influence of residual poisons: drink a large amount of water, preferably sports drink such as Powerade or Gatorade, eat mineral-rich foods, like pickles or canned fish.
Acupressure is an effective way to relieve painful sensation associated with hangover. Sit comfortably or lie down, close your eyes and breath deeply when massaging the active points. Practical and fully illustrated. Step-by-step guide to treatment of every condition. Every step explains point location, direction of force, and duration of massage. No previous experience necessary. It is not necessary to massage active points on your own, you can ask somebody else to massage points for you. Total treatment duration for most conditions is 10 to 15 minutes.

Reviews

  • Time wasting

    1
    By Zamzah
    There are only few pictures. Out of 98 pages 80 pages are blank. There is no explanation of even pictures shown. It deserve NIL star, but as a courtesy,for drawing pictures I have given one star
  • Hard copy

    2
    By Agedparent
    I bought a hard copy of this book, it shows the pressure points clearly and gives instructions on what to do. I have used these methods but without any success. I must be doing it wrong.
  • So what

    5
    By wingchunmarty
    As my mate who is accupuncturist says. Even if it is a placebo affect does it matter if it fixes the problem? I've recently used acupressure for hayfever and I've had next to symptoms all summer.
  • Bull

    1
    By Joetwizzy
    Complete bull
  • A review of a book

    4
    By Man_in Kent
    Are these reviews of the book or a personal opinion of a therapy!
  • Nothing more than psuedoscience

    1
    By webbunny
    If you read actual scientific studies you would know this does not work, and is nothing more than a placebo.

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