Anatomy of a Bracelet; Videos, Info, Diagrams and Instructions

Anatomy of a Bracelet; Videos, Info, Diagrams and Instructions

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Acupressure bands for nausea are to be worn on both wrists at the same time... every order is a PAIR.

H7 Anxiety/Insomnia Bracelets can be worn on one or both wrists. User preference. Bracelets are sold as singles. 

 

Acupressure bracelets have no side effects, use no medications and are easy to use. They are safe for everyone!

Acupressure Bracelets for all symptoms of nausea, motion sickness, morning sickness, travel sickness, sea sickness, treatment related nausea, heartburn, stomach discomforts, and anxiety is remedied when utilizing the P6 or Nei-Kuan pressure point in your wrist.

It is medically proven that by applying pressure to the P6 point in your wrist that symptoms of nausea will decrease or be eliminated all together for MOST people who use acupressure bracelets or wristbands.

H7 Bracelets will relieve symptoms of worry, anxiety, insomnia, palpitations. 3 pressure point options. Plain and Specialty Bracelets offered in this category. 

Acupressure Bracelets/H7 Bracelets work the same for men, women, and children.

You can wear them all day/night, even when you are sleeping. Plain Bracelets are best for swimming, sleeping, etc. Specialty Bracelets are more delicate.

 

Acupressure Bracelets come in four sizes;  X Large 9.5", Large 9", Medium/Average 8", and Small/Child 6.5".

H7 Bracelets come in four sizes; small/child 5.5", medium 7", large 8", x large 9"

All bracelets can be adjusted to smaller sizes. For example; A average size bracelet can fit a wrist 8" or smaller. The size only indicates the largest size wrist it can fit.

All bracelets are made from certified medical banding manufactured in the USA. Our nylon acupressure beads are also made in California , USA. 

Quick Fix; If the Velcro closure gets loose you can easily fix it with an iron on highest heat for 30-60 seconds. Make sure you use a cloth between the hot iron and the bracelets to protect it from damage.

 

 

  

 

Pressure Point Info by POINT

P6- Nei Guan (P6 or PC6) is commonly used to help relieve nausea, upset stomach, motion sickness, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches. Nei Guan (P6) is located three finger breadths below the wrist on the inner forearm in between the two tendons. To find and use this acupressure point, (1) locate the point by turning your hands over so the palm is facing up then (2) apply downward pressure between the two tendons.

H7- or Heart 7 is a functional acupressure point that is an effective solution to the problem of how to overcome anxiety, nervousness and palpitations naturally. This point is also called the Spirit Gate, and it is found on the little-finger side of the forearm, at the wrist crease. It aids to treat emotional imbalances, nervousness, anxiety, palpitations, fear, and forgetfulness. In addition, it also helps to treat insomnia.

P7- Acupressure point P7 or PEricardium7 is also known as the Great Mound, and this point is really effective in treating wrist and thumb pain. This point can be found in the middle of the inner side of the wrist crease. This point aids in relieving all types of wrist problems like wrist tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and rheumatism. It is also useful for treating post-menopausal problems like hot flashes.

LU9- Acupressure point LU9 or Lung9 is a useful local point for elbow and arm pain located on the wrist crease, on a line with the thumb. This point is highly functional in treating arm pain and wrist pain along the meridian. It also aids in treating asthma, cough, palpitations and breathing problems.

 Here you can see the pressure bead on the underside of the bracelet

 

 

Directions for use

Acupressure Bracelets are to be worn on both wrists.

The main pressure point for nausea is P6 (NeiGuan) which is located two fingers width from the wrist crease.

Optional points; Pressure point H7 is located at the wrist crease off center toward the pinky. P7 is located in the middle on the wrist crease.

Try all points to find which works for you. It is important that you wear the bracelets properly for effectiveness.

Bracelets should be worn snug but not extremely tight.

When you attach your band for wear do not allow the Velcro to grab the very end of the material as it may cause fray.

The pressure bead can be moved for individual comfort or to center properly for your wrist size. Just unsnap and re snap.

Quick repair: If the Velcro closure should loosen, hot iron on highest steam setting with cloth between iron and Velcro for up to 60 seconds, press hard to reattach the Velcro to the bracelet. Never let the Velcro touch handcrafted designs. Store with Velcro attached to bracelets.

If you are new to acupressure/pressure point therapy please give your body a few days to acclimate and be consistent with use before or during onset of symptoms. Results should occur 1-7 days after regular use.

 

 

H7/P7 Bracelets for can be worn on one or both wrists, user preference.

Pressure point H7 is located at the wrist crease off center toward the pinky (little) finger. Optional Points;

P7 is located in the middle on the wrist crease.

LU9 located on the wrist crease in line with the thumb.

Try all points to find which works for you.

Bracelets should be worn snug but not extremely tight. It is important that you wear the bracelets properly for effectiveness.

The pressure bead can be moved for individual comfort or to center properly for your wrist size. Just unsnap and re snap.

Quick repair: If the Velcro closure should loosen, hot iron on highest steam setting with cloth between iron and Velcro for up to 60 seconds, press hard to reattach the Velcro to the bracelet.

Never let the Velcro touch handcrafted designs. Store with Velcro attached to bracelets.

If you are new to acupressure/pressure point therapy please give your body a few days to acclimate and be consistent with use before or during onset of symptoms.

 

 

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