8 small moves that are healthy and long-lived

8 small moves that are healthy and long-lived

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8 small moves that are healthy and long-lived

Pressing the armpit Chinese medicine believes that often press the armpit to place people to relax the muscles, reconcile the blood and delay aging.

The method is as follows: the left and right arms cross the chest, the left hand presses the right arm socket, and the right hand presses the left arm socket. Using the wrist force to drive the middle, the food, the ring finger, and the rhythm gently pinching the muscles under the arm 3?
5 minutes, 1 time in the morning and evening, avoid excessive force.

銆€銆€Looking far and wide, it can adjust the eye muscles and lens, relieve eye fatigue and improve vision.

The specific method is: every morning, evening or when the brain is tired, on your own balcony or boarding the mountain peaks, regularly turn the eyeballs and the distant peaks, roofs, spires and other scenery.

It will be beneficial to persist for many years.

銆€銆€Open your mouth, learn to do housework or watch TV, replace your mouth with one another, drive all the muscles of the face, and perform rhythmic movements, which can accelerate blood circulation, delay the aging of various tissues and organs, and make your mind clear and refreshed.
The method is as follows: sitting on a chair or bed, the mouth is easy and rhythmically combined, each time the stretch is 50 times, about 1 minute, and each morning and evening insist on doing it once.

銆€銆€After the leisure time of the neck tea, I often do the neck-turning exercise, which can not only receive the refreshing effect, but also prevent the occurrence of cervical disease.

The specific method is: sitting on the chair, first look up, try to lean back, then lower the lower jaw to the chest, so that the neck muscles are tightened and relaxed, and tilted to the left and right sides 10?
15 times, then put the back on the back of the chair, and hold the hands behind the neck for a while.

銆€銆€Making a fist every day to make a fist exercise can enhance the function of the internal organs, so that the physical strength of the person is multiplied and the energy is maintained vigorously.

The method is as follows: hold both hands into a fist, apply a little force to the whole body at the same time, then let go and repeat 50?
80 times, do it every morning and evening.

This method can be used for those who are not concerned about concentration and energy shortages.

銆€銆€The nose is a portal for the human body to breathe. It communicates with the natural world and is connected to many important organs.

Regular massage of the nose, it has the effect of enhancing local blood circulation, moistening the lungs, and preventing colds.

The specific method is: use the thumb of the thumb of the two hands to rub each other in the middle, rub the nose with each other 24 times, rub the nose with each other 12 times, and scrape the bridge of the nose with your fingers, 10 times from top to bottom.

The above three actions can be done at the same time.

銆€銆€Pharyngeal saliva has a close relationship with longevity.

Chinese medicine believes that saliva is full, often contains and slowly swallows, can run the five internal organs, raise the skin, and make people live longer.

The specific method is: first calm down, gently exhale 3 mouths, then stir the upper lip of the tongue tip, up and down and left and right; when the liquid is full, the drumstick 5?
10 times, the saliva was slowly sent to Dantian in 3 times.

Daily practice 3?
4 times.

銆€銆€Older people who are often elevated and sedentary often feel soreness in the lower limbs, and severe varicose veins in the lower extremities are caused by poor blood flow in the lower extremities.

You may want to do a “squat” activity every hour by constantly lifting your heels and keeping the blood in your lower extremities back.

Because the human blood lower limbs return, mainly by the heel of the heel to the contraction of the lower leg muscles, the amount of blood squeezed each time is roughly equivalent to the amount of blood discharged by the heart every time.