How To Do The Japanese Self-Relaxation For Stress Reducing And Enjoying!

How To Do The Japanese Self-Relaxation For Stress Reducing And Enjoying!

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Studies made a strong link between stress and emotional/physical problems like vomiting, nausea, pressure, strokes, depression, heart attacks, weak immunity and also other issues.

Sadly, stress is common these days and this makes more risk of other health problems. So, if you can’t manage stress, read on more.

Lower the stress with many methods like yoga, meditation, music, workouts, massage and more. Also, try our Japanese method for amazing effects. This can be done anywhere in just 5 minutes.

It is believed that every finger is connected to feelings and emotions, as such:
Thumb- worry and anxiety

Index- overcoming fears

Middle finger- bitterness and rage

Ring finger- melancholy and depression

Little finger- stress, optimism, self-esteem


The goal here is to balance the opposing energies. Get one finger at a time and also warm the next one around. Hold every finger with 2 other fingers to feel the pulse.

Press the center of the palm using the thumb of the opposing hand and after a minute, be more relaxed.

This will relax you, balance the spirit and also remove stress. See the video below to see more info on the method:

Stress is an inevitable part of life. Seven out of ten adults in the United States say they experience stress or anxiety daily, and most say it interferes at least moderately with their lives, according to the most recent ADAA survey on stress and anxiety disorders.

When the American Psychological Association surveyed people in 2008, more people reported physical and emotional symptoms due to stress than they did in 2007, and nearly half reported that their stress has increased in the past year.

While all of these are well-known coping techniques, exercise may be the one most recommended by healthcare professionals.

And among ADAA poll takers who exercise, a healthy percentage is already on the right track: Walking (29 percent), running (20 percent), and yoga (11 percent) are their preferred strategies.

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