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Place A Clothespin On Your Ear For 5 Seconds. The Unexpected Effect Will Amazed You.

One such treatment as putting a clothespin on your ear for a few seconds has notable advantages for your health. In fact, each ear contains a complete reflex map that connects to the central nervous system and kicks your organs into action, which may assist in relieving pain.

Namely, the ears have 6 spots which might be associated with different body organs that can actually cure certain aches and pains in addition to release the tension built up in various parts of the body. Therefore, by stimulating these spots for a few seconds you can solve various health issues and the effect will surprise you.


Here are the 6 notable advantages of putting a clothespin on your ear for 5 seconds:

1. The Upper Part Of The Ear

The maximum upper part of your ear is directly associated with the shoulders and back, therefore, pressing this spot for only 1 minute each day will release the built-up tension and knots of this area.


2. The Top Of The Ear’s Curve

This spot of the ear is connected to the organs, therefore in the case of internal tenderness or discomfort, place a clothespin on your ear so that you can ease the pain.


3. The Upper-Middle Part Of The Ear

This is the part of the ear that is related to the joints therefore, whilst you press it, it soothes the pain and stiffness in that area.


4. The Lower-Middle Part Of The Ear

Pinching the lower middle part of your ear will deal with congestion, relieve the sinusitis, ease sore throat, and promote a better sleep.


5. Just Above The Earlobe

Applying pressure to the spot just above the earlobe can help you with digestive discomfort or stomach issues.


6. The Earlobe

The earlobe is related to the head and hearth. Therefore, pinch the edge of your ear lobe in order to soothe headaches and migraine, and assist heart health.

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