Raise Your Legs 90 Degrees Up Against the Wall

Raise Your Legs 90 Degrees Up Against the Wall

Raise Your Legs 90 Degrees Up Against the Wall can avoid many health problems such as digestion, bowel movement, legs mobility issues, even sagging cheeks.

After a long day of standing or using your legs, you’d better to raise your legs 90 degrees up against the wall to make the toxins in your legs flow away as much as possible.

It takes only 3-5 minutes. However, it benefits your health a lot:

  1. Makes your knee last longer without easily worn out the cartilage in your knee(s).
  2. Help legs’ blood circulation due to reduce toxins in your legs.
  3. Avoid harden (tighter) legs that blockage the energy flow in your digestion track. The induced problems from harden  legs could be stomach and/or bowel movement problems.
  4. Avoid cold feet.
  5. Avoid spasm or cramping on your legs.

In clinic, easily see patients due to a lot of walking, let the cartilage wear out, leg cramps, outside of the leg tendons tighten up as hard as a cable leads lost flexion and extension ability causes hardly walking or squatting, and more over caused chronic incurable digestion system and bowel movement problems, even can see patient with sagging cheeks, after loosing leg muscles along the stomach meridian, cheeks recovered their shapes.

One time at a workshop, there were MD and nurses, I said:Very grateful to the western medicine practitioners that they encourage people to walk and generate business for us due to not tell people to raise legs 90 degrees against the wall after using their legs.”

© 2012 Frieda Mah, L.Ac.

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