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Hijama Points For Gallbladder Stones.

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Today’s article is about Gallbladder stones. Let’s begin with it.

Are you suffering from a sharp pain in the upper right portion of your abdomen?

Do you have back pain between your shoulder blades?

Are you suffering from nausea and vomiting?

Is your right shoulder painful?

Have you been feeling pain in the centre of your abdomen, just below your breastbone?

These might be symptoms of a Liver disease or Gallbladder stones.

Do not ignore these!

Hijama Cupping Therapy can help treat Gallbladder stones, Insha Allah.

The liver and gallbladder are the two accessory organs of the digestive tract, which carry out a multifunctional role that supports digestion and maintains body chemical balance.

Gallstones develop when excess bile products in your gallbladder — usually cholesterol — accumulate into lumps, which can continue to grow and accumulate.

Most people experience gallbladder pain in waves. It can come and go, lasting for a few minutes to several hours and is often triggered by a fatty meal.

When gallstones get stuck while travelling through the duct (tube) to the stomach, they block the outflow of bile, which causes the gallbladder to spasm. This usually leads to sharp pain, like being cut by a knife, under the rib cage in the upper right side or centre of the abdomen.

Results from a blood test may indicate whether there’s an infection or inflammation in the gallbladder, bile ducts, pancreas, or even the liver. Imaging tests are typically used to identify gallstones in your gallbladder.

Some people with gallstones can also develop complications, such as inflammation of the gallbladder (cholecystitis), which can cause:

  • persistent pain
  • jaundice 
  • a fever

Gallstones are thought to develop because of an imbalance in the chemical make-up of bile inside the gallbladder. In most cases the levels of cholesterol in bile become too high and the excess cholesterol forms into stones.

You’re more at risk of developing gallstones if you’re:

  • overweight or obese 
  • female, particularly if you’ve had children
  • 40 or over (the risk increases as you get older)

Some foods might trigger Gallbladder issues, 

Hijama Cupping Therapy can help eradicate the root causes of numerous ailments, including Gallbladder stones. Hijama Wet cupping removes harmful substances and toxins from the body to promote healing.

Hijama Nation will advise the following important Hijama points for Gallbladder stones.

Treat yourself and your clients with these and get benefitted Insha Allah.

Hijama cupping performed behind the liver is aimed to clean the liver, can help treat gallstones, and eliminate diseases such as weakness, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Blood pressure, high cholesterol  and toxicity may be a result of the liver not performing its function in the body in a healthy way. If so, weakness, body pains  and fatigue will develop in a person. 

Hijama treatment is recommended for people who feel tired even though they sleep 8 or 10 hours a day, in order to ensure that the liver functions properly again.

Hijama cups applied to the back of the heart and liver have an effect on lowering blood pressure and providing blood pressure balance in the body.

Hijama Nation will advise regular hijama sessions, an active lifestyle and a healthy diet to build up Immunity and remain healthy. 

Increase intake of high fibre, green vegetables, peas, grains and fish. These are the foods that can help to lower the risks and complications of gallstones.

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Adeela Aaiesha (CHP)

Hijama Coach.

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