Acupressure points for diabetes
Acupressure points for diabetes

Acupressure is an alternative treatment to cure various diseases. There are hundreds of acupressure points in our body. By Putting physical pressure on the right acupressure points, one can not only relieve the stress and tension but can also get rid of various diseases including the rampant blood sugar. Acupressure is helpful for both the pre-diabetics and the diabetics. Acupressure along with healthy diet and herbal blood sugar management medicines can help.

Following acupressure points can not only help relieve the pain for the diabetics but can also help prevent blood sugar.

Intestine Point or Thumb and Index Finger joint

This acupressure point is important to relieve any kind of pain. Hold the joint between the thumb and index finger. Press and massage it for 5 minutes. You will experience relief in the large intestine. It also helps to reduce excess heat in the body. You will feel energetic and stress – free.

Stress Point or Hand Pressure Point:


The area near your wrist below the little finger is the pressure point that is good for the heart. Massaging it regularly helps reduce the stress and drain the negative emotions.

Urinary point or Back of Knee Point:

Diabetics also suffer from excess urination. By pressing this point in the center of back of knee cap for five minutes, one can be relieved of the urinary problems.

Arthritis point or knee point:


Arthritis Point is situated below the Knee. Place your fingers 2 centimeters below the knee, as shown in the picture. Massage this area with a little pressure for 5 minutes every day. It balances the digestive system. Blood sugar is said to begin with stomach fire and proper digestion can reduce this problem. You will immediately see the result. This method is also used to prevent aging, arthritis and other forms of weaknesses.

Liver Point Feet Pressure Points:


Liver Point is located on the foot between the Big Toe and Second Toe. You can find the Acupressure Liver Point exact between the Big Toe and Second Toe. Apply mild pressure on Liver Point as adverse round with clock (i.e. reverse circle). Massage the area for 3 minutes daily between Big Toe and Second Toe to get relief in depression, stress, emotional condition etc.

Please do not apply pressure or massage Liver Point if the patient is drained. Because Acupressure Liver Point for Blood sugar can make the situation worse with a tired person.

Big Toe Point:


Apply pressure under the big toe with the help of your fingers. Since it is hard for you to do this alone, ask a friend to help. The pressure points under the big toe will help in giving a long term relief from blood sugar. Pressing this point for 2-3 minutes every day will help relieve symptoms of Blood sugar.

Herbal diabetes manager

Acupressure does help but it also needs proper exercising and right treatment. Herbal products to manage blood sugar are proved to be highly effective and are strongly recommended. FENFUROTM is a first of its kind herbal product derived from single herb with proven results for maintaining blood sugar levels. FENFUROTM contains a rich variety of saponins and flavonoids. All of these substances are known to lower blood lipid level and play valuable role in insulin promotion and glucose regulation. 

A clinical evaluation of FENFURO was carried out on a total of 154 Type 2 diabetics for a period of 3 months, to determine it’s safety and efficacy.The patients showed a significant decrease in HbA1C levels as compared to respective baseline value. 83% of the patients reported decrease in fasting sugar levels  and 89% in PP sugar levels. 48.8% of the patients reported reduced dosage of anti-diabetic therapy after regularly taking Fenfuro.

The statement and product have not been evaluated by the FDA to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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