The tip of
the tongue phenomenon. We’ve all
experienced it. You know you have some bit
of information in your head -- perhaps someone’s name -- but you just can’t
seem to access it. It’s often quite
this happens to you, try using the Yang Bai acupressure point. Take your thumb and your index or middle
finger and place them gently on your forehead, with one finger above each pupil,
halfway between your eyebrows and hairline.
Hold them there steadily, and expect to remember.
Are you feeling drowsy or having difficulty focusing? Maybe you were up too late last night or
simply didn’t sleep well. Perhaps you’ve
been in a class for a while or are working on something you’re not especially
interested in. If you’d like to improve
your mental alertness, acupressure has an easy way to achieve that.
Press the tip of your forefinger firmly into the divot
between your nose and upper lip. Apply
enough pressure that you feel it in your upper gum. Hold this as you breathe slowly and deeply for
at least two minutes, if possible, for optimal results.