Soothes sore joints, stimulates acupressure points, and relieves muscle tension in fingers
Includes felt-lined plastic crystal case
SEE THE ACUPRESSURE RING IN ACTION!
Wondering what the Acupressure Ring is all about?
Have a look at this informative video for the run-down on this amazing little massager, and a demo on how to use it.
Fingers are important - we use them for just about everything we do, and they can easily become strained over time.
To soothe and comfort fingers, the Gold-Plated Acuring activataes acupoints in fingers, stimulates blood vessels, and relieves tension and soreness from repeated motions.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, applying pressure to acupoints, such as those found in the fingers, provides benefits to other body areas as well. Acupuncturists traditionally use gold for tonification (increasing Chi), versus silver for example, which is used for sedation (decreasing Chi). Many people also choose gold simply because the prefer the look of it.
WHAT'S IT MADE OF?
Fine stainless steel wire plated with gold, twisted by specially programmed machining equipment into an array of many different angles in order to reach the acu-points.
HOW TO USE:
MASSAGING ACU-POINTS AND JOINTS OF THE FINGERS.
RELIEVING NUMBNESS AND TIREDNESS OF THE FINGERS.
Put the Acu-ring onto the intended finger, then push in and out with other fingers, causing it to roll along the finger surface, stimulating many fine acu-points. You may use more than one Acu-ring at the same time to suit your needs.
Massaging time: average 2 minutes per finger. Acupressure ring does not hurt your fingers
Cleaning: just dip the ring into clean water mixed with mild detergent and gently rub to remove dirt.
Anyone who has undergone massage will tell you about the spreading relaxation, increased warmth in local areas, and the stimulation of circulation they experience. Medical studies indicate changes in such things as blood flow; epidermal and cardiovascular function, pain threshold, muscular tone; psychological variables that are so important to maintaining a healthy metabolism. Increases in perspiration and the movement of muscles or internal organs are palpable benefits. In the theories of acupuncture, reflexology and related fields, massage applied to important areas (acupoints) can work to rebalance the flow of Chi in the body, which is why practitioners in those fields use massage techniques.
RESEARCH ON HEALTH EFFECTS
Scientific studies indicate that massage may result in significant relief of pain, in flexibility, in improvements in sleep, reduction in anxiety, and other factors. More effectiveness is usually seen when massage is combined with overall good health disciplines like exercise, healthy psychological practices, nutrition, and adquate rest. Many recognize massage as a good adjunct to fitness and weight-loss programs, for relief of stress, or of constipation. Pressure massage is the mainstay of reflexology, while traditional and alternative medicine considers that harmonizing the Chi through massage leads to long-term health outcomes such as strength, resistance to disease, and a better quality of life.