Palm-combing Activates Blood Circulation

Palm-combing Suzanne at 91

For years, I have been reading about the activation of blood circulation using various methods.

In traditional Chinese combing or brushing therapy, the focus is on the head (which I have discussed in the post :100 Brush Strokes A Day (please click here to read it).

Some books advise the pressing of the teeth of a comb on the fingertips, thumb and across the reflexes on the palm, while others have advised the combing of the palm and the back of the palm.

Personally, I find that using the comb to lightly comb the palm from the wrist out towards the fingertips and the same on the back of the palm, is an easy and effective way to awaken the reflex points across the palm surface and the back of the palm surface.

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Suzanne combing her palm - for blog

Suzanne combing the back of palm - for blog

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I hope you too will find this simple method easy and effective in helping with blood circulation.

Amen.

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6 thoughts on “Palm-combing Activates Blood Circulation

    • Thank you for your kind comment, Mrs Lesotho. The Palm combing must be done very lightly for maximum effect. Do enjoy all of my “keep fit secrets”!. Suzanne

  1. Reblogged this on Deaconjohn1987's Blog and commented:
    This is interesting for me, as I have poor circulation in my arms, hands, and feet. My hands fall asleep quite often, especially when I am writing or holding something for a long time. Maybe Palm-combing will help!

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