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Headache Relief

All-natural headache and tension relief for people on the go.

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Make Wearable Acupressure™ an affordable alternative available to everyone as an effective all-natural solution, to be used anytime, anywhere.

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About

Founder Jon Doogan learned of the tremendous power of acupressure in college after telling his friend about his bad headache. His friend suggested he pinch his hand (on the LI4 acupressure point). Seemed like a strange suggestion, but Jon tried it that day and countless times since - each time finding headache relief.

Not one to keep good news to himself, Jon started sharing this effective, all-natural form of relief. He realized many people are aware of the power of the LI4 acupressure point. There are however, a few drawbacks to acupressure self-treatment including: 1. Sore thumbs from applying pressure, and 2. Being limited because both hands are in use.

Enter Aculief: our patented solution that can naturally help millions suffering from headaches while they go about their normal active lifestyles. Aculief (Acupressure Relief) has helped provide relief for tens of thousands of people, and we are just getting started. In addition to providing headache and tension relief, the LI4 also promotes your body's natural energy (also known as Qi).

What is Aculief?

Aculief is a wearable device that utilizes the body's natural endorphins to relieve headaches and tension.

Aculief is an award-winning, doctor-approved (US), Wearable Acupressure™ device. It works by applying pressure to the LI4 pressure point, which has been used for thousands of years to treat headaches and provide tension relief. 

Aculief provides:


• Drug-Free Headache and Migraine Relief
• Tension and Stress Relief
• Works Fast
• Lasts Forever
• Designed for Active Lifestyles

NB: Aculief should not be used by pregnant women

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Short-Circuit a Headache in 30 Seconds

 

"Instead of hitting back with Tylenol or Advil, try pinching the webbed area between your thumb and index finger for 30 seconds. It's called acupressure, and Marc Sharfman, M.D., director of the Headache Institute in Winter Park, FL, swears by it.

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Study by Johns Hopkins/University of Maryland

 

"Proper stimulation of the LI4 is effective in relieving headaches, pain of the eyes, toothaches, jaw pain, and pain of the limbs and bones."