and Complementary Remedies Angina
To help relieve acute angina pain, grasp the tip of the little finger of your left hand (the area above the first joint) with your right thumb and forefinger, and hold it tightly. Grasping the little toe in the same way also helps.
Then work on the heart reflex area in either your left hand or left foot. This is located on the sole of the left foot between the diaphragm line and the base of the toes. Work the entire area, thumb walking up, down, and across. Take your time and work this area thoroughly.
You can also work on the corresponding areas on the palm of your left and right hands, instead of or in addition to working your feet.
Other important areas for angina are:
remedies are not meant to be used as a treatment for heart attack. If you suspect a heart attack, seek emergency medical treatment immediately.
Angina is a warning sign that should not be ignored. Studies have shown that people who receive prompt medical attention have a much better chance for recovery than those who delay even a few hours.
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