If you are looking for acupressure points for Renal Failure, you can find the answer in this article. In traditional Chinese medicine theories, Taixi point, Yongquan point and Zhongji point are helpful for our kidneys. Today, I would like to introduce you how to do it, taking Yongquan point as an example.
Where is Yongquan point?
It is located on the sole of the foot, between the second and third toes and approximately a third of of the distance between the base of the second toe and the heel, there is a depression formed when you extend your foot. This is called “Yongquan point”. Translated into English, it can be called as “gushing spring” or “bubbling spring” (kidney 1 point). It helps distribute water in the body so it’s no wonder good for the kidneys.
How to do acupressure?
First of all, sit in a straight-backed chair (or on the floor, though this tends to be more difficult), rest the ankle of your left leg over the knee or thigh of the right leg. Then, cradle your left foot in your right hand, while using your right thumb to massage -- with moderate to deep pressure. Continue for 2-3 minutes, and then switch sides. Do you sit and watch TV in the evening? This is a perfect time to do this. Plus, it just feels good!
You will get better outcome if you combine this acupressure with a warm foot bath. Take it for 15 minutes a day. Believe me, you won’t disappointed!.
Even though this acupressure is good for your kidneys, it cannot cure Renal Failure. Timely and proper medication is very necessary. You can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. Our doctor on duty will reply you within 24 hours, giving you some suggestions related to diet or treatments.