Pressure Point Hangover Cure

Did you know there is a pressure point, which relives hangovers in some people? Known as the pressure point hangover cure, or the acupressure hangover cure, anyone can attempt to apply this hangover cure to themselves. If you would like to use the pressure point hangover cure follow the steps below.

First, think of Mr. Meagee in the karate kid and rub your hands together to get them warmed up. Get your fingers nice and loose. We will apply the pressure point hangover cure to relieve your headache and nausea. Apply pressure to the webbed area of your hand between your thumb and pointer finger. Try to apply pressure as close to the bone as possible. Apply pressure for one minute on each hand. Do not repeat more than two times. This act should help your hangover headache and hangover nausea.

To further relieve your headache and sensitivity to light you need to do the following. Take your pointer finger and thumb and gently apply pressure to the area between your nose and eye sockets. While you are doing this take slow and deep breaths. Continue this for 2 to 3 minutes.

So does the pressure point hangover cure work? That is the real question right. Well, the second part does help a little. If you apply pressure to the area between your eyes and nose on either side it will relieve a headache. We are not entirely sure that applying pressure to the particular area of the hand works well as a hangover cure. Overall, the pressure point hangover is something that will assist you in curing a hangover. While this is the case, you should still use the water hangover cure, Advil hangover cure and other methods of hangover cures to support your recovery. All in all, it’s just another way to try to make you feel better.

Good luck beating your hangover!

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