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|By: Michael Manion||Viewed: 10/17/2018
||Topics/Keywords: #Gallstones #BiliaryTract #Shiatsu||Page Views: 1159|
|A buildup of particles such as bits of hardened cholesterol are called gallstones, and can cause such a blockage. Shiatsu can help.|
There are conditions found in the area of the gall bladder causing a blockage of the common bile duct or of the cystic duct (which feeds from the gall bladder into the common bile duct). A buildup of particles such as bits of hardened cholesterol are called gallstones, and can cause such a blockage. There are several conditions that may be at play here. There may be gallstones in the gall bladder. This manifests at times like indigestion and can be treated. One that is common in certain areas of the world is biliary ascariasis or pinworm infestation of the biliary tract. This is treated as suggested below, in addition to standard medical treatments. The one that gets the most attention is inflammation of the gall bladder itself. If infection has taken hold there, medical procedures and physicians need to be consulted. Treatment with shiatsu is still advised.
The first thing you want to do with each treatment is to work selected points of the stomach meridian. This helps to regulate digestion and the meridian passes right through the gall bladder area on the physical body. This helps to bring harmony and balance to these areas. It will help to subside any nausea or vomiting.
Suggested length of treatments: Generally these treatments are prescribed for once a day for ten treatments and two courses of ten days making it twenty. When the symptoms have subsided some you can end for that day's treatment. Consistency of treatments is essential along with other methods of treatment, which may be necessary.
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