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Wednesday, 6 January 2016

She Puts A Clothespin On Her Ear For One BRILLIANT Reason. I’m Definitely Trying This!



She Puts A Clothespin On Her Ear For One BRILLIANT Reason. I’m Definitely Trying This!


These are some handy home remedies to get rid of some pain or discomfort that you might be feeling because it is not always convenient to run to the doctor every time you feel bad. It can’t be normal to feel perfect all the time however, there are days when aches and pains build up and rear their ugly little heads. When that happens, try this clothespin method to the ear. Although it’s good to keep yourself fit and healthy as much as you possibly can to avoid too many aches and pains, everyone has some bad days.

To be honest, I couldn’t wait to feel a pain so that I could try out one of these methods. I’m curious and of course, skeptical.

Helen Chin Lui, a Certified Reflexologist says, “Each ear contains a complete reflex map of the body, rich with nerve endings and multiple connectors to the central nervous system.”

So, the next time that I don’t feel great because I’m all cramped up in the office at my computer all day and my neck starts to hurt, I’ll put a clothespin to my ear. I’m not kidding! On a day when that kind of pain exists, I’ll try just about anything.

Please keep in mind that this method should not take the place of real medical treatment for prolonged aches and pains. But for the occasional cramped up feeling that we get at the end of a long work day? Why not give it a try?

There are 6 different points on the ear and each is connected to a specific part of the body. By applying pressure to each spot, you can relieve aches and pains in those spots.


This top portion of the ear is connected with the back and shoulders. Put a clothespin on it for about a minute to reduce tension.



This next spot is connected to the body’s organs. For minor discomfort, use a clothespin here.


Applying pressure to the upper-middle part of the ear can offer relief from stiffness in joints.


This lower-middle part of the ear is connected to the sinuses and throat. Apply pressure here to seek relief from a cold or sinus infection.


Applying pressure just above the lobe of the ear will help with digestion and relieve minor stomach problems.


The earlobe is the lowest part of the ear and it is connected to the head and the heart. Pressure on this spot can help with heart health and also relieve pressure in the head.



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