Needless to say; no pun intended, acupuncture was nothing like what I had imagined. Acupuncture has been used in Eastern medicine for thousands of years, the principle is based on bringing the body back into balance or harmony using meridians or energy points. The needles were placed prudently on a few distinct areas of my body for a certain amount of time.
The result was that I slept amazingly well that night. I did this every week until I could no longer afford the treatments. Acupuncture was not covered by my insurance and I had to pay out of pocket.
Acupressure uses this same principle as acupuncture, but devoid the needles. Both are extremely effective at treating a host of ailments.
I just recently; today, started using Yantra Mat for the recommended 10 minutes for newbies. I feel so ridiculously relaxed in the same way I felt after those acupuncture treatments. I plan on using this ten minutes before bedtime.
The top of the Yantra Mat is covered with 8,820 acupressure points in the form of little circular spikes. Regular use of the of the Yantra Mat can alleviate headaches, back pain, fatigue, insomnia, and more.
Yantra Mat is also said to loosen tightness in the neck and jaw if used on the cheek area. So this would help with my TMJ.
You can purchase Yantra Mat on their Website for $49, less than I was paying for one acupuncture treatment. Yantra Mat comes with its own tote so you can roll up the mat for easy storage. After seeing the benefits, you may want to leave it out at all times for easy access.
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