Thyroid disorders- Acu points: 5, 10, 56, 66, 85.
Acupressure Point 5 (LI-4) :
This point lies in the flesh between the thumb and the index finger.
Presence of sharp pain on deep pressure confirms the fact that you have hit the right point.
Acupressure Point 10 (LI-18) :
Observe and feel a prominent, pointed structure on the front of the neck. This structure, popularly called the Adam’s apple, moves up and down when we talk or swallow.
Point 10 lies four finger-widths away from the tip of the Adam’s apple.
Acupressure Point 56 (P-6) :
This point is located at the centre of the forearm, two thumb-widths above the wrist-crease.
Acupressure Point 66 (GB-21) :
This point is located in a muscle, midway between the neck and the shoulder.
When correctly located, sharp pain is felt in this point.
Acupressure Point 85 (CV-22) :
This point is located at the base of the throat, in a shallow depression just above the vertical chest-bone.