Tag Archives: acupressure

Acupressure on Zusanli improves feeding intolerance in premature babies

Pub Med

Feeding intolerance is mainly caused by functional disturbance in premature infants, which greatly poses a threat to their growth and development, so a large number of studies on the clinical features of feeding intolerance should be conducted to provide theoretical support for treatment. The purpose of the study was to …

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Acupressure beats sleep hygiene for insomnia

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Background: Insomnia is a significant health problem in the community. Self-administered acupressure may be an alternative strategy to alleviate insomnia. Purpose: This study is the first to investigate the effects of acupressure delivered through a training course in alleviating insomnia disorder compared with sleep hygiene education. Methods: A randomized controlled trial was conducted …

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Acupressure improves feeding in premature babies

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Objective: Breast milk is the best food for newly born infants because it is more digestible and can relieve infants’ gastrointestinal burdens. The purpose of this study was to investigate the application effect of abdominal acupoint massage on feeding intolerance in premature infants. Methods: A total of 50 premature infants with feeding …

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Acupressure relieves hayfever

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Background: Acupuncture has shown beneficial effects for seasonal allergic rhinitis; however, it is time and cost intensive. We investigated feasibility and effects of self-administered body acupressure as a self-care technique that stimulates acupuncture points with manual pressure in seasonal allergic rhinitis patients. Methods: We conducted a two-armed randomized controlled exploratory trial to …

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Acupressure points for sleep

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Background: Sleep is recognized as an all-important physiological process, which also contributes to maintaining several bodily functions and systems. According to the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), also known as the most widely used tool in the field of subjective assessment of self-perceived sleep quality, a combination of acupoints could be …

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