5 Tips For Instant Headache Relief

Acupressure is an ancient healing technique that involves applying pressure to certain points on the body to relieve pain and tension. Here are some tips and products to relieve stress and discomfort while still maintaining an active lifestyle!

1. Try the Aculief Wearable Acupressure

This device applies pressure to the LI4 acupressure point on your hand, located between your thumb and forefinger. It's designed to provide natural tension and fast relief from headaches and migraines without the need for medication. The acupressure clip should fit snugly on the LI4 pressure point.

2. Use the Aculief Acupressure Mat

Relieve pressure, relax and find balance! Pinpoint your pressure centers with this pain relieving acupressure mat! More than 7,000 points of acupressure give you full coverage of all your tension areas, allowing you to find relaxation and balance. It comes with an ergonomic pillow that provides coverage and support for your neck and shoulders.

3. Wear the Aculief Headache and Migraine Relief Hat

This wearable cooling cap utilizes cold to relax and relieve headaches, migraines, and tension. This headache and migraine relief hat is adjustable for desired compression, ultra soft, light and comfortable, reusable and machine washable, and it is freezable, making it convenient to use!

4. Put on the Weighted Eye Mask

Ease your mind with this weighted eye mask! It helps provide relief from headaches, sinus pain, eye strain and more. Using this mask will place gentle compression on specific pressure points on your face, allowing you to rest and relax. Do you have trouble falling asleep? If so, this is your solution... it effectively blocks light and prepares your body for sleep!

5. Apply Essential Oils

Find focus and relaxation with our headache relief essential oils! From sprays to balms, we've got it all! Easily apply to wrist, neck or temples for a quick essential oil boost. These can do anything from limiting soreness and relieving muscle pain to giving you a second wind!

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