bladder meridian

bladder meridian

Acupuncture
A meridian that begins at the nostrils, passes over the top of the head, down the side of the neck, body and legs, and ends at the last joint of the great toe; stimulation of acupoints along the bladder meridian are used to treat conditions affecting the head and spine.
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For instance, red colour on heart meridians stimulates speech; green colour on urinary bladder meridian reduces the repetitive behaviour and orange colour on spleen meridians improves their concentration power and academic performance.
The examination begins in the occipital area and largely follows the points of the gall bladder meridian to the ear, to the Articulatio temporomadibularis, and to the eye.
The percussion sensitivity of the spine is examined (in fibromyalgia patients, the spine is not usually sensitive to percussion but the respective bladder meridian to the right and left sides of the spine is).
Pressure sensitivity of points on the gall bladder meridian in the thorax and costal arch areas (gently tickling the patient in this area first in order to distract him or her is recommended--the shock of sudden pain when pressure is applied to the corresponding points on the gall bladder meridian is that much greater) (Fig.
Subsequently, the bladder meridian should be gently stroked on the right and left in order to relieve possible tension on the part of the patient.
The acupoints on the gall bladder meridian on the outside of the lower leg are examined, and so is the acupoint in the middle of the inside of the thigh which is part of the liver meridian.
At the point where the so-called bladder meridian forms a sort of Z.
Next, the patient is examined to determine pain caused by pressure along the outer portion of the bladder meridian.
As the gall bladder meridian opens into the eyes, they may have trouble seeing what is ahead and sometimes experience a sense of frustration or even hopelessness.
Kidney and Bladder meridian blockages, might occasionally flare up into "Liver Yang Rising" types.
A Vertigo, from an oriental standpoint, arises from deficient liver energy causing weakness in the gall bladder meridian.
Having said that, my first treatment could be to treat points along the longest channel in the body, the bladder meridian.