According to Dr. Richard Nahas, acupressure facial massage involves stimulating certain pressure points in your face, neck, and shoulders to promote blood circulation, and relaxation, relieve pain, and provide various other health benefits. The focus should be on pressing and massaging back and forth with one or two fingers with gentle but firm pressure for at least 2 minutes per pressure point. The common acupressure points in the face include Yintang, LI20, Taiyang, GV26, SJ21, and SJ17.
Here are a few benefits of acupressure facial massage:
1. It can help relieve sinus pressure – Acupressure massage that focuses on the nasolabial groove can help relieve sinus pressure by clearing the nasal passages by draining the mucus. This also helps to relieve congestion, and itchy nose, and alleviate headaches, and discomfort.
However, it will not help if you have an infectious case of acute sinusitis. You have to …