Self-massage will help to get rid of pain

Light touch­es of hands — and fatigue and pain pass, stress is relieved and mood improves. Mas­ter the tech­nique of mirac­u­lous self-mas­sage!

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Self-massage for vivacity

In the morn­ing, to relieve drowsi­ness and cheer up, do this mas­sage. With the pads of your fin­gers, mas­sage your fore­head from the cen­ter to the tem­ples. And then mas­sage the entire face with light pat­ting move­ments.

Self-massage from tension

With this mas­sage, you can relieve painful ten­sion in the mus­cles of the neck, relieve headaches and increase effi­cien­cy.

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Read more: How to relieve a headache with­out med­ica­tion (VIDEO)

1. With the index and mid­dle fin­gers, make cir­cu­lar move­ments, start­ing from the shoul­ders and mov­ing towards the back of the head.
2. Place your hand on the back of your neck so that your lit­tle fin­ger is on the bor­der of hair growth. Press alter­nate­ly with both hands, then to the right, then to the left. Press­ing should not last more than 3 sec­onds.

Get rid of stress with self-massage

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1. With cir­cu­lar move­ments of the fin­gers of your right hand, mas­sage the area from the upper chest (under the col­lar­bone) to the shoul­der. Repeat 3 times. Then do the same with your left hand on the oth­er side.
2. Raise your left hand up, with the palm of your right hand, gen­tly press on it, slow­ly mov­ing from top to bot­tom — from the elbow joint to the shoul­der. The armpit area does not need to be mas­saged! So go 3 times. Then do the same with the oth­er hand.

For more ways to quick­ly relieve stress at home, see our video.

Self-mas­sage is effec­tive for almost all types of pain. The main thing is to choose the right tech­nique, relax and believe in a pos­i­tive result.

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