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From: Mary Perkins
Time: 1:38:48 AM
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
Traditional Acupressure Vs Acupuncture Cure Suggested Above Based on the acupuncturist who deal with my chronic eyelid twitching sickness, unlike the other traditional method of acupressure which involves the use of fingers to press and massage the acupuncture point, the use of blunt-pointed object as instructed to me for the treatment of such chronic eyelid twtiching is actually both intended as a substitute for the acupuncture needle and meant as a 'leverage' to provide an adequately focused and hence a 'reflexology stimulus' that is strong enough to deal more precisely and effectively with that acupuncture point as mentioned above. Whereas, if that acupuncture point is to be treated with fingers, the stimulus effect generated would be very much smaller due to the fact that such pressings and massagings would reasonably not last long enough to provide any reliefs for the chronic eyelid twitching. Besides, given the larger suface area of the fingers as well as their rounded physical shape (compared to the blunt-pointed objects), a large part of the forces produced from such pressings and massagings would then be reasonably applied onto the related muscles rather than directly onto the intended nerves through the related acupuncture point to deal effectively with such sickness.