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Video: Acupressure for Hangover

With the holiday season fast approaching, a hangover or two is in many of our not-so-distant futures.

In the video below, AcuTake contributor Eric Kerr shows three acupressure points indicated for hangover symptoms.

Wishing you a speedy recovery from your next night of too much fun!

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[...] Los Angeles acupuncturist Laura Drago cautions against throwing off your regular routines because of a holiday slip. For example, don’t skip breakfast and try to burn 1,000 calories in a workout because you ate too much at the holiday party the night before. Extreme taxation on your body in either direction will throw things into further imbalance, says Drago. If you have a wild night, take a day to let your body recover and naturally regain its strength. (It might be a good time to try some acupressure for hangover.) [...]

[...] Acupuncturist Eric Kerr believes everyone should experience the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. He guides his patients along the path to wellness with a practical, no-nonsense approach to health. Eric offers private and community-style acupuncture at The Blue Buddha in San Francisco. Watch his latest video tutorial for AcuTake (on acupressure for hangover!) here. [...]

[…] Los Angeles acupuncturist Laura Drago cautions against throwing off your regular routines because of a holiday slip. For example, don’t skip breakfast and try to burn 1,000 calories in a workout because you ate too much at the holiday party the night before. Extreme taxation on your body in either direction will throw things into further imbalance, says Drago. If you have a wild night, take a day to let your body recover and naturally regain its strength. (It might be a good time to try some acupressure for hangover.) […]

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