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Did You Know What Pressing Your Forehead For 45 Seconds Does To Your Body? The Effects Are Magical!!

| January 20, 2017 | 11:45 am
Did You Know What Pressing Your Forehead For 45 Seconds Does To Your Body? The Effects ...

Did You Know What Pressing Your Forehead For 45 Seconds Does To Your Body? The Effects ...

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If you happen to be a working professional, who is required to sit in front of the laptop for 8-9 hours a day, you must have those terrible headaches, right? It hits you out of nowhere and reduces your work efficiency. We also understand that there are times when a headache is so severe that you simply want to rip your head off.

And to make matter worse, we just take a pain pill for it or end up ignoring it.

But today, what if we told you that there is an effective cure for this ungodly headache? That’s right. It only takes 45 seconds of your time and you can do it anytime, anywhere. It is such a simple technique that it is almost unbelievable.

All you need to do is locate the bulge between your eyebrows and press it for merely 45 seconds!

It is said that your third eye is located on your forehead, right between the eyebrows. Qi, also known as the chi, is a vital energy that flows through the principal meridians in a human body. It connects several organs in your body, providing an effective communication system. One such point is located on your head.

It not only reduces stress-induced headaches, but also tension, gastric problems, improves blood circulations, and induces endorphins, also known as the Happy Hormones.

Apart from this, it also improves memory, concentration, tiredness, sleeplessness and strain on the eyes.

Now, this is precisely what we need. Throw away those nasty pills and reduce stress in a natural way!

 

Also read: This White Part On Your Nail Tells A Lot About Your Health. Here’s What It Means

 

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