Living Pain Free _ With Acupressure (英語) ペーパーバック – 1997/10/1
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Acupressure Self Help Book
Born in India, Dr. Devi S. Nambudripad has made California her home since 1976. In an effort to solve her personal health problems suffered since childhood, and to help others with similar problems, she conducted research in the U.S. over the past fifteen years resulting in the development of a new and effective approach known as Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques(Naet), for diagnosis and treatment of allergies of all types.
She has pointed the way to perfect health by combining many methods and techniques form different disciplines of medicine including Allopathic, Kinesiology, Chiropractic, and Oriental Medical procedures of Acupuncture and Acupressure. Dr. Nambudripad has received extensive training in each of these fields, both in the United States and in the Orient.
To date, thousands of patients who could not find relief elsewhere have been successfully treated for both food and environmental allergies by NAET. Dr. Nambudripad conducts training seminars regularly in NAET open to currently licensed medical practitioners. She has trained over two thousand medical professionals in her special procedure on permanent allergy elimination.
It's true. You do have to flip all over the place, one after another to find what you're looking for.
There's not enough of a description of how to locate the points properly.
Layman's terms are not always used... but terms like this are used to find points: "mentolabial groove,mandible, condyloid, canthus.. supraorbital..."
See?? WHO will know that??
With all due respect to beloved Nambudripad; I know she's always meant well; but this IS a SELF-help book, and should therefore reflect that of teaching a typical person.
It's like this book is page after page of separate INDEXES, more than anything. It needs to be regrouped, reorganized, compiled, user-friendly, laymen friendly.
However, I did finally find that if you mark p. 14/15, that's a very helpful spot. That is where 2 helpful spots join. 13 & 14 seem to be showing ALL the points, front & back; and 15 & on, are page after page, describing the name of each point, the location (and "how to" find it (IF you know your medical terms)- & what that point is widely used for.. many, many purposes.
So, it's definitely got it's good points... but NOT user-friendly at all. You'd have to really study it, and have a lot of patience, and then still... you gotta know your medical terms or such...
It SHOULD have each point, 1 per page, with a CLOSE-up, a layman's description of location, and its uses all on that 1 page. I did find such a book at the library... except it repeated its points over & over, instead of just showing the point & ALL its uses on ONE page.
Perhaps, I should write such a book. Has one been found yet?? ;-) Let me know if & when you find it! ;-)
One example is of my niece-in law who was suffering alot of pain from what a doctor said was either a torn ligament in her knee, or perhaps a blood clot. She came to me, I showed her how to use the book, and after the treatment, she walked across the room without pain. She continued to treat herself at home and is doing much better, with no sign of a blood clot. Another friend suffered from MS and Fibromyalgia and migraines, requested her own copy of the book, and is also helping her mentally challenged daughter with multiple problems. Another friend was not able to cry, used the guidlines in the book, and now is able to cry over a sad movie etc!
I highly reccomend the book for those who are really sincere in self-help.