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Reflexology helps to relieve Convulsions

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This is a common symptom in children with convulsions and mental confusion. The progression of this disease is rapid and may be considered life-threatening. The incidence is highest among young children. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is divided into the acute type with yang and excessive nature called acute convulsion: and the chronic type with yin and deficient nature called chronic convulsion.
Convulsions in children and convulsions due to deficiency of calcium and other causes in modern medicine can be treated by the following methods.
Applications of hand therapy:
Acupuncture therapy:

 At regular and extra acupoints:
Location: Twelve ,ling acupoints, Shixuan (EX- UE 11), Neiguan (PC6), Hegu (LI 4) 
Method of manipulation: Bleeding therapy is applied at 12 Jing acupoints and Shixuan (EX-UE 11) and the routine acupuncture is applied to other acupoints with the needles not retained.
At special acupoints beside the second metacarpal bone:
Location: Head acupoint, upper limb acupoint, and leg acupoint.
Method of manipulation: The needles are inserted for 1.6 cm and retained for five minutes after twisting, lifting, and thrusting stimulation.

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