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Acupressure points to use while waiting for medical treatment for Siezure

Apply deep, probing pressure with fingertip, knuckle or soft-pointed object, such as a pencil eraser.

WARNING: Please consider seeking urgent medical attention if you are experiencing severe symptoms (in the U.S.A., call 911 for emergency help)

Acupoint 2: Pc-6

Two thumb widths from the largest crease on the inside wrist; the point is between the tendons in the middle of the wrist

TCM: Pericardium 6

Seizure is a sign of a serious medical problem that must be brought to the attention of a qualified medical professional immediately. Seizures can also be part of a serious chronic condition, and you may want to also try acupressure points for the head, epileptic seizure, dizziness, headache, fainting, stroke, and vertigo as part of your long-term treatment and management plan.

If you have not found relief, try the same points on the opposite side of the body, or go back and try a related or similar symptom or body area. If you have not used acupressure before, please see the Instructions, then click the "Body Area" or "A-Z" tab and repeat.

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