Dr. Craig Reese, DC. PC.
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Boulder, CO 80301
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Exercise

DIRECTIONS

To use this chart you need to know what time it is where you are traveling to. You must treat the point that corresponds with the time zone of your destination. For example: you leave Chicago at 12:00 p.m. to fly to Paris. The time in Paris (when you leave Chicago) is 7:00 p.m. Start by finding the time, 7:00 p.m., on the time wheel at the top of the page. 7-9 p.m. has "P" next to it. Search the body diagram to find a point that has a "P" and then a number. P8 is found on the palm of the right hand. Even though it's not labeled, the same point exists on the left hand in the same place. Stimulate both points off and on for the next two hours. Treat the points by rubbing them or tapping them as much as you want (at least four times per hour). In our example, when it becomes 9:00 p.m. Paris time (2:00 p.m. Chicago time), move to the next section on the time wheel, and find and treat the "TH" point. Continue this until you land or until you feel like your body is in the new time zone. Reverse the process for the flight home. This should help to reduce or eliminate jet lag on long trips.

NEWBORNS AND CHILDREN

You can use this chart to help get your kid's days and nights straightened out. Whatever time it is (e.g.: 2 a.m.), find that time on the time wheel (1-3 a.m. LIV). Treat the point on the body diagram that corresponds to that time. Switch points as determined by the chart. For newborns doing this for a day or two should help get them on the right time. For occasional insomnia you can treat "P7". It is located on the wrist crease just about "P8". Rubbing or tapping this point on your child will help them fall back asleep or go to sleep in the first place. You can also treat the Horary point for that time.

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