There are those lucky women who experience no pain during their menstruation period, there are those that have slight pain and there are those unlucky ones for who get their private experience of a several-day hell, month after month. Women in the latter group often can’t even go to work or school and have to resort to anesthetic medicine to cope with pain. For some women the pain could last for two to three days after the period is over. The pain is typically accompanied by uterine cramps, also known as dysmenorrhea.
It is possible to get rid of pain during menstruation and uterine cramps or to at least considerably reduce it using Su Jok therapy, which each person can do on their own and requires no visits to doctors or medicine use.
First you need to find the areas on your hands that correspond to the problematic areas in your body according to Su Jok. The areas to be treated are uterus, ovaries and hypophysis. The corresponding areas on your hands can be seen on figure 1.
Now massage these areas using a little stick with a not too sharp edge (a toothpick with a broken sharp edge, ball pen without ink and will do). Find most painful points of these areas and press these points with a moderate effort and begin a slow rotation of the stick in two directions ( figure 2 ). Continue massaging those areas for several minutes and the pain should disappear.
Do the following step only if you don’t have strong bleeding at this moment. If you do, skip to step 3. Heat up the same points using Moxa.
Massage the proximal phalanx on each finger using a spring ring as shown on figure 3.
You can order the spring ring from Internet. If you can’t find one use an ordinary elastic band. Make a longitudinal movements along a phalanx.
Repeat this step a few times a day.
Finally apply seeds to these points. You can use apples, pears or grape seeds. This is the same technique as explained in “How To Get Rid Of Neck Pain” step 3. Leave these grains in place for an hour or two.
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