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PRESSOPUNCTURA for CONDITIONS

1. LI-4 Situated in the web of the thumb and index finger. (Fig. 19.)You can get this point at the centre of the mount which forms when you press your thumb close to index finger.
2. TW-5 Situated at four fingers from the wrist crease.( Fig. 19)
3. P-6 Situated at three fingers from the wrist joint at the centre. (Fig. 20)
4. St-36 Situated at four fingers from the knee joint at the centre. (Fig. 21)5. Liv-3 Situated just at the end of the cavity between the thumb and the second toe approximately one and half inch from the web. (Fig. 22)
6. K-3 Situated just one finger from the protruding ankle bone towards the heel. (Fig. 23)
7. Sp-6 Situated three fingers from the protruding  ankle bone towards the calf muscles.( Fig. 23)
8. GV-20 Situated at the crossing point of the line drawn from the centre of the ears and the mid-line of the skull. (Fig. 23a) [ http://bhojraj.tripod.com ]
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YIN AND YANG MERIDIANS
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Acupressure and Reflex Points for Common Ailments

Asthma/BronchitisHeadache/MigraineBackache/Neck pain/Shoulder pain  Cold/SinusAcidity/ Indigestion and Flatulence  ConstipationHigh BP  Diabetes  Arthritis

Asthma  / Bronchitis
Asthma
Severe difficulty in breathing due to allergies, emotional stress and a number of other factors

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar Plexus LU-1,5,7
Pituitary K-3
Lung Sp-6
Adrenal St-40
Intestine GV-14

Bronchitis
The inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes
Caused by bacterial or viral infection
Lowered body resistance
Complication from frequent cold

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar Plexus LU-1,5,9 & Li-4
Lung Reflexus P-9 & K-2
Adrenal Gland St-40 & TW-3
Lymphatic System CV-17,22 & GV-14
B-13,14 & Li-4

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar Plexus LU-1,5,9 & Li-4
Lung Reflexus P-9 & K-2
Adrenal Gland St-40 & TW-3
Lymphatic System CV-17,22 & GV-14
B-13,14 & Li-4


















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Headache
Causes for HeadAche
Food Allergies and poor diet
Tension in neck and shoulder muscles
Vision problems
Emotional Stress
Excessive noise and light
Toxic reactions of drugs and alcohol

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Migraine
Causes
Not well known
Disturbances in blood circulation in the brain
Stress and exhaustion
Glandular imbalances

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar Plexus B-2
Brain H-5,7
Sinus TW-3,4,5,23
Ear GB-14,20
Eye Li-4
Large IntestineSt-41,45
Arms and ShouldersSun-X
SpineLiv-3


































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Back-ache/Neck-Pain/Shoulder-pain
Causes for Back-ache
Poor Posture
Pinched Nerves
Muscle Strain
Stress
Injury

Causes for Neck-Pain
Often from stress and tension
Holding the head in improper position for a long time
Reflex Points

Solar Plexus
Arms and shoulder
Spine Reflexes
Rotation of ankle,Knee,leg
Thumb Rotation
Toe Rotation
7th Cervical
Rotation of wrist,elbow,arm

Acupressure points
B-10,GB-21,Si-12,TW-14,GV-14
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Back-pain in Lower and Middle region
Causes
Poor posture
Stress and Tension
Improper lifting
Standing or sitting for a long periods of time
Due to prostate problem for men
During menstrual time and pregnency for women

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar PlexusB-13,B-41
KidneyB-21,B-47
SpineB-23,B-51
Hip,Thigh and LegGB-30,GV 1 and 2
Sciatic Nerve




































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Cold/Sinus
Causes for Common Cold
Infection due to wide variety of viruses
Symptoms
Nasal Congestion
Sneezing
Running nose and tears in eyes
Muscular pain
Coughing
Occasional Fever
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Sinusitis
Inflammation of the mucous membrane along the line of sinuses

Allergies and High Blood Pressure
Causes
Allergies
Exposure to pollutants
Exposure to extreme temperature
Upper respiratory tract infection
Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Pituitary K-7
Sinus H-7
Ear Li-4,20
Lungs St-2,45
Adrenal B-2
Lymphatic GV-24



































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Acidity, Indigestion and Flatulence
Symptoms
Burning sensation in the chest after taking food
Uncomfortable feeling in the stomach and in the intestine due to excess gas

Causes
Improper Food
Improper timings
Consuming oily, spicy or sour food stuff
Eating acid-forming, gas-causing food

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Stomach B-22
Liver Li-2,3,4
Gall Bladder K-3
Intestines St-25,36,41,42,45
Sp-5,6
GB-34



































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Constipation
Difficult or sluggish movement of bowels accompained by gas or abdominal discomfort
Causes
Improper Diet
Lack of fibrous diet
Stress
Absence of convenient toilet facilities
Dehydration

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar Plexus Si-3,4
Stomach CV-25
Liver K-3
Gall Bladder TW-34
Liv-2,9
St-41,42,45
Li-4,11
Sp-3,5,15




































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High Blood Pressure
Heart is forced to pump harder to perform proper circulatory functions
Causes
Hereditary predisposition
Obesity
Stress
Kidney disorders
Disturbances in the function of the glands (Pituitary, Thyroid and Parathyroid)
Disease of Heart

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar PlexusGV-20,H-5,7
PituitaryK-2,3 & P-6,7
Thyroid and ParathyroidLi-4 & St-2,10
Heart
 Adrenal Gland
Kidney
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Relaxation Desserts
Number One  Feathering touch
Number Two  Side to Side
Number Three Hook in ankles
Number Four Spinal Twist
Number Five Ankle Rotation
Number Six Lung Press
Number Seven Toe Rotation
Number Eight Spinal rub
Number Nine Shoulder rub

Shavasana (a must) 15 min. daily




































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Diabetes
Inability to burn up sugars
Insufficient production of insulin
Symptoms
Frequent urination
Loss of weight
Degeneration of small vessels (Eyes and Kidneys)

Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
PancreasLiv-3
PituitaryK-3
Thyroid B-23
LiverSt-40
Adrenal  Sp-6


















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Arthritis
Inflammation of one or more joints in the body

Causes
Aging
Obesity
Stress related tension
Reflex PointsAcupressure Points
Solar PlexusLi-4,10,11
Thyroid and ParathyroidTw-5,15
Adrenal Si-10
KidneyB-10,47
Arms and Shoulder GB-20,41
SpineSt-36
Hip,Thigh and LegLu-10

































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MASSAGE - NECK PAIN TRIGGER POINTS 1

Neck Muscles / back

1.What Muscles
2.Muscles Nerves Pics
3.DO 
4.Symptoms (pain)
5.TGP (trigger points responsible)
6.Ex (exercises)
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    Splenius Capitis
    Semispinalis Capitis
    Longus Capitis
    Sternocleidomastoid SCM
    Levator Scapula
    Scalene Muscle
   Trapezus
1.What
1.1.Splenius Capitis  = Nerves= C3-C4 . orig C7- T3, T4. Straplike muscle in the back of the neck  innervated by the dorsal rami of spinal nerves - connects the back of the skull to the neck vertebrae.
1.2.Semispinalis Capitis = Nerves= greater Occipital. orig C4-C6 C7-T6; Sheetlike muscle extending upward from vertebrae in neck and thorax to occipital bone.
1.3.Longus Capitis muscle =Nerves C1-C3-C4 spinal. orig C3-C4-C5-C6 cervical; orig C3-C7 T1-T5
1.4.Sternocleidomastoid SCM = Nerves spinal accessory, cervical plexus. orig C2-C3. Long muscle in side of neck that extends upward from thorax to base of skull behind ear.
1.5.Levator Scapula = Nerves cervical nerve C3 -C4, dorsal scapular C5. orig C4-C5 Straplike muscle that running almost vertically through the neck, connecting the cervical vertebrae to the scapula.
1.6.Scalene Muscle = Nerves C3-C6 ; orig C4-C6 (C2-C7) 1st, 2nd Rib
 1.8.Trapezus

2. Muscles Pics  
    1.a  Occipitalis & Frontalis 





















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1.b  Posterior Neck 
1.1.Splenius Capitis  















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    1.2.Semispinalis Capitis 

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http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/back/11995349_files/11995349001.html

    1.3.Longus Capitis  
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1.4.Sternocleidomastoid 









































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    1.5.Levator Scapula 









































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http://www.exrx.net/Graphics/LevatorScapHalf.gif

    1.6.Scalene Muscle 
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    1.8. Trapezus 
http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Trap23.jpg

NERVES Pics
Cervical nerves  (there are 8 cervical nerves C1-C8) Dorsal =C1=suboccipital, C2=greater occipital, 
C3=3 occipital; Ventral/ Frontal C1-C4 =cervical plexus, C5=branchial plexus
SPINE - Nerves ALL
































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    1.1.Splenius Capitis  Nerves= C3-C4

    1.2.Semispinalis Capitis  Nerves= greater Occipital, C1,C3,C3,C4,C5,C6





































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    1.3.Longus Capitis Nerves C1-C2-C3-C4 cervical plexus

    1.4.Sternocleidomastoid SCM Nerves - cranial nerve xl
          spinal accessory









































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    1.5.Levator Scapula Nerves cervical nerve C3 -C4, dorsal scapular C5

    1.6.Scalene Muscle Nerves C3-C6

3.DO 
1.1.Splenius Capitis    *rotates head, bends head to one side, or brings head into an upright 
position, connects base of skull to vertebrae in neck & upper thorax, bends the neck toward 
the back
1.2.Semispinalis Capitis *rotates, extends the head, bends it to one side and rotates it, 
extends the ribs and pelvis.
1.3.Longus Capitis           *flex, extend the head and neck laterally rotate the head/face 
ipsilaterally acting bilaterally, to flex the head and neck
 1.4.Sternocleidomastoid  *flex, rotate head. pulls head to one side, pulls head towards 
chest, or raises sternum. muscle on 1 side contracts, the face turns to the opposite side. 
When both contract, the head bends toward chest. accessory muscle of inspiration
1.5.Levator Scapula    *elevates scapula
1.6.Scalene Muscle    * elevate the 1st rib and laterally flex, pull the neck forward to the 
same side
                                      *elevate the 2nd rib and tilt the neck to the same side (middle)
                                      *accessory muscles of inspiration, effect on breathing
4.Conditions Symptoms Pain
HEADACHES:
http://www.triggerpoints.net/head-and-neck-pain.htm
     1.Posterior Neck Referred Pain Patterns = migraine headache with pain inside the 
head all along one side,  feel like a constricting band around the head,  blurred vision and 
pain behind the eyes, pain in the neck itself, frequently cause numbness, burning, 
or tingling in the back of the head and scalp, pain along the angle of the neck and upper 
shoulder
PAIN:  band eye ear http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Posterior-Cervical-1-referr.jpg
PAIN:  band back http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Posterior-Cervical-2-referr.jp
1.1.Splenius Capitis  = pain on top of head 
burning, pressure, tingling) directly above ears, migraine headache, neck pain, blurry vision, 
pain on the crown of the head; pain on top of head 
(burning, pressure, tingling) directly above ears,Pain that radiates up from the upper back up 
the neck to the base of the skull, Aching throbbing pain that starts at the back of the head and 
goes through to the back of the eye, Numbness or pressure in the back of the head, 
Migraine headaches, Blurred vision with headache
http://dmmassage.com/?p=230  factors:  postural stresses/bird-watching,military 
neck, eye strain, sleeping without proper head support; acceleration/deceleration 
injury, sudden cooling of muscles, prolonged forward head bending.




















PAIN:  
http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/back/12090348_files/image0
http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/splenius-capitis.jpg


1.2.Semispinalis Capitis = pain temple region with a spillover above the eye which 
encircles the lateral aspect of the head; Occipital and neck region, headache, tenderness over 
the back of head and neck, numbness, paresthesia in the scalp. 
factors: chronic stress, Acceleration/Deceleration injury (Whiplash), postural 
stress, excessive cervical extension at night, neck constriction.  











PAIN:  http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/back/11995349_files/image003.jpg























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    1.3.Longus Capitis =PAIN:  ear region, slightly down the neck and behind the eyes, 
headache, tenderness over the back of the head and neck, numbness and tingling in the scalp, 
factors: Acute trauma, acceleration/deceleration injury, chronic emotional stress, postural 
stressors, persistent neck and shoulder contraction, neck immobilization (cervical collar).

    1.3.2.Longus Coli =  PAIN: laryngeal region, anterior neck and sometimes into the mouth, 
difficulty in swallowing (Dysphagia), choking, pain with talking, sore throat, hoarseness. 
factors: Persistent anterior tilting of the head, anterior neck trauma, Acceleration/Deceleration
 injury (Whiplash).

    1.4.Sternocleidomastoid SCM = pain into the face, cranium - jaw, sternum, headaches 
in the front of the head,  facial pain,  sinuses, teeth, tongue, inner ear, balance problems, 
dizziness, fainting, staggering, even falling, hearing loss,ear pain,eye problems- drooping eyelids,
 watery eyes, reddening. more: 
http://www.webmanmed.com/disorders/disorders_files/musclgd/antneck/11679703.html











PAIN: 
http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/antneck/11679703_files/image003.jpg
http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/antneck/11679703_files/11679703005.html

    1.5.Levator Scapula = unable to turn head,bend, rotate,  pain and stiffness along the 
neck and the edge of the shoulder blade. factors: poor posture

    1.6.Scalene Muscle = pain breast, upper arm, shoulder, back upper arm, outerlower arm, 
wrist,back of thumb, index finger, half middle finger next index same side trigger.
Shoulder and upper limb pain, muscle tenderness, venous obstruction, vasomotor changes, 
spasm, chest pain, back pain which is located predominantly at the vertebral border of the
 ipsilateral scapula, paresthesia with possible swelling of the hand. 
factors: Trauma, excessive pulling or lifting, paradoxical breathing, upper limb 
amputation, Scoliosis, and acceleration/deceleration injury.
PAIN: shoulder arm front


















 















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shoulder arm back 

































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arm front



































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arm back http://www.webmanmed.com/bu/buf/mg/antneck/12707800_files/image015.jpg 

1.7.Multifidi 
http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Multifidi-Rotatores.jpg

5.Trigger Points
      Posterior Neck Referred Pain Patterns TGP

http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Posterior-Cervical-trigger.jpg

    1.1.Splenius Capitis  TGP

http://triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/splenius-capitis.jpg

    1.2.Semispinalis Capitis TGP 

http://triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/SemispinalisCap_and_Multifidi.jpg

    1.3.Longus capitis TGP
    1.4.Sternocleidomastoid SCM  TGP


http://triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Sternocleidomastoid.jpg

http://www.mypressureproducts.com/SCM-trigger.jpg

http://www.mypressureproducts.com/SCM-1referral.jpg


http://www.mypressureproducts.com/SCM-2referral.jpg

    1.5.Levator Scapula TGP


http://triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Levator_Scapulae.jpg
http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Levator%20scapula_trigger_points.htm


http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Levator-Scapula-trigger.jpg

    1.6.Scalene Muscle TGP


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Scalene.jpg

http://www.realbodywork.com/learn/neck/scalene.jpg

   1.8. Trapezus


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Trap23.jpg


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Trap23.jpg

   1.9. Suboccipital


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/suboccipital-group.jpg

   2.1 Temporalis


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Temporalis.jpg

  2.2.Occipitalis


http://www.triggerpoints.net/triggerpoints/Occipitalis_&_Frontalis.jpg

6.Exercises 
   1.1Posterior Neck Stretch - migraine headache pain inside the head one side, 
constricting band around the head,  blurred vision, pain behind the eyes, pain in the neck 
itself, numbness, burning, or tingling in the back of the 
head and scalp, pain along the angle of the neck and upper shoulder.
Place hand on back of head.
Gently push chin to chest, until a stretch is felt.
Hold for 10-15 seconds.
Repeat 3 times, at least 3 times daily.


   1.Splenius Capitis Stretch and chill  - pain on top of head (burning, pressure, tingling) 
directly above ears,Pain that radiates up 
from the upper back up the neck to the base of the skull, Aching throbbing pain 
that starts at the back of the head and goes through to the back of the eye, 
Numbness or pressure in the back of the head, Migraine headaches, 
Blurred vision with headache
Chin-to-chest .Sit on a chair and let your head drop forward as far as possible. 
Place one or both hands on your head, so that your fingertips touch your skull bone. 
Exhale and gradually apply pressure to deepen the stretch in the back of your neck. 
Hold this position for one to two minutes, and then perform one to four repetitions with 
your head rotated to the left, and then rotated to the right, holding each position for one to 
two minutes. or Take head as far forward as possible hold for 1-2 minutes. http://www.livestrong.com/article/437375-splenius-capitis-exercise/
Neck Stretch, Lateral Neck Stretch Left Right Relax shoulders
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPTyXni4uqk&feature=player_embedded

Neck Stretches, Rotating Neck Stretch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=u7TO6MPTIyc

Neck Stretch, Flexion Extension Neck Stretch Chin up
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgcSa5eOB44&feature=player_embedded

    1.2.Semispinalis Capitis -  pain temple region with a spillover above the eye which 
encircles the lateral aspect of the head; Occipital and neck region, headache, tenderness 
over the back of head and neck, numbness, paresthesia in the scalp.

    1.3.Longus Capitis - ear region, slightly down the neck and behind the eyes, 
headache, tenderness over the back of the head and neck, numbness and tingling in the scalp,

    1.4.Sternocleidomastoid SCM  Stretch  - pain into the head, jaw, sternum, headaches 
in the front of the head,  facial pain,  sinuses, teeth, tongue, inner ear, balance problems,
 dizziness, fainting, staggering, even falling, hearing loss,ear pain,eye problems- drooping 
eyelids, watery eyes, reddening.
Sit on chair.  Grasp seat of chair with right hand.
Place left hand on head and gently pull head toward the left shoulder.  Maintain pressure and 
turn head to the right, until a stretch is felt.
Hold for 10-15 seconds.
Repeat for other side.
Repeat cycle 3 times, at least 3 times daily.
http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Scalenes-stretch.jpg

    1.5.Levator Scapula  Stretch - unable to turn head,  pain and stiffness along the neck and 
the edge of the shoulder blade
Sit on chair.  Grasp seat of chair with right hand.
Place left hand on head and gently pull forward and to the opposite side at the same time, 
until a stretch is felt.
Hold for 10-15 seconds.
Repeat for other side.
Repeat cycle 3 times, at least 3 times daily
http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Levator-Scapula-Stretch.jpg

    1.6.Scalene Muscle Stretch Chill - pain breast, upper arm, shoulder, bacl upper arm, 
outerlower arm, back of thumb, index finger, half middle finger next index same side trigger.
Rotate head away from the active trigger, stretch head backwards.
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http://www.mypressureproducts.com/Scalene_trigger_points.htm
http://quizlet.com/1054138/muscles-that-move-head-vertebral-column-pectoral-girdle-flash-cards/
http://triggerpoints.net/alphabetical-index.htm
http://www.guidetomuscles.com/home/medical-conditions
http://education.yahoo.net/articles/booming_health_care_careers.htm?kid=1LE80
http://www.scribd.com/doc/15197557/Instant-Pain-Control-Trigger-Point-SelfTreatment
http://www.exrx.net/Muscles/LevatorScapulae.html

good pics
http://adriendaniel.com/stretch.html
RULES FOR SELF STRETCHING
*Relax during the stretch.
*Tune into your body. 
*Focus on muscles and joints being stretched. 
*Feel the stretch. 
*Be guided by the feel of the stretch. 
*No bouncing! 
*Stretch until you feel a slight mild tension and hold for 5–10 seconds (Once you feel for 

comfortable,maintain the stretch up to 30 seconds). 
*For stretching to be beneficial, make sure you set a routine.
*Once in the morning and once at night to get in a good routine.
*Have a journal of your stretching routine.
*No pain during the stretch!
*When stretching: Slow in to it…Maintain it…Slowly come out of it.
*Don’t hold your breath during the stretch. 
*Don’t be in a hurry during the stretch. 
*Don’t stretch while you are tense.
*No bouncing during the stretch.
*Don’t stretch to the point of pain.
*Stretching is not exercise.
*Don’t stretch a cold muscle.
*The general warm-up should begin with joint-rotations, starting either from your toes and 
working
your way up, or from your fingers and working your way down. If they are not already warm 
before
you wish to stretch, then you need to warm them up yourself, usually by performing some 
type of brief
aerobic activity.
*Breathe slowly, rhythmically and under control. Do not hold your breath.
*Take your time.
*Alternate the stretches to allow for proper rest periods.
*Do not compare yourself with others (Everyone has different flexibility).
*If you are stretching correctly, the stretch feeling should slightly subside as you hold the stretch.
*If you feel any unusual pain; see a doctor.
*Typically, if you have pain in an area for 7 or more days; you should see a doctor.
*There are many different forms of stretching…just stick to the basics to start.
*You could be ore the next day (Aerobic workout for the muscles).
*Stretching is not a 2-3 times a week routine, it is an everyday routine.
*If you stretch on a regular basis, it could help get rid of up to 50% of your pain.
*Hydrate your muscles!
http://www.massagenerd.com/pdf_massage_ebooks/Self_Stretching_Ryan_Hoyme_.pdf
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