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Pressure Points For Female Arousal

Let’s take a trip down to a seemingly inconspicuous region two finger spaces below your belly button — the home of one of the most potent pressure points for female arousal. Known as ST30, this sensual massage point is believed to increase blood flow to the genitals, creating a ripple effect of pleasure.

KD 1 Point

Stimulating this pressure point helps increase pleasure and sexual desire. It can be found in the middle line of your foot, 1/3 down and 2/3 up from your heel. Stimulate this acupressure point with gentle massage, not too much pressure!

The preparation hypothesis suggests that genital arousal serves primarily protective (i.e., avoidance-driven) functions while sexual pleasure is primarily approach-oriented. However, this view neglects the possibility of individual differences in arousal responses and disregards the impact of contextual influences. Moreover, it assumes that genital arousal and sexual pleasure are two separate dimensions of an emotional response.

Research has shown that female sexual arousal is influenced by both psychological and physiological mechanisms. For example, Goldey and van Anders showed that sexual thoughts can lead to a rapid increase in hormone levels. In addition, women’s self-report of sexual excitation and inhibition are influenced by factors such as perceived gender role expectations and emotional attitudes toward sexual partners.

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Research has also demonstrated that different acupressure points can activate specific organs and meridians, thus stimulating the body’s natural healing processes. For instance, the Kidney Channel: KI3 can treat exhaustion and weak Spleen Qi while promoting healthy sperm production, menstrual regulation and balancing hormonal imbalances. The Liver Channel: LV3 can help with various mental health issues, including anxiety and stress. It can also be used to treat ear and nose disorders.

Spleen 4 Point

There are two pressure points on the feet that are extremely important for female arousal: Kidney 1 (KD 1) and Spleen 4 (SP 4). KD 1 is found down the middle of the foot on the lateral side in a depression distal to and inferior to the proximal end of the metatarsal bone. SP 4 is located on the medial edge of the arch of the foot in a depression just distal to and inferior to the base of the first metatarsal bone. Stimulating these acupressure points with gentle massage will increase blood flow to the mind which in turn will enhance sexual arousal.

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The B 23 and B 47 acupressure points are located on the lower back and are very effective for increasing sexual arousal in women. These points are sensitive, so you’ll want to apply gentle pressure when massaging these areas.

The Sea of Vitality point is found three finger widths below the belly button and is another great acupressure point for stimulating sexual arousal in women. This point helps to nourish and strengthen the body’s core, and increases energy levels. It also unbinds the chest and opens the heart, which can boost sexual arousal in both men and women. It is also used to treat digestive issues and gynecological conditions such as abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, and uterine fibroids.

Ren 6 Point

It’s a tiny spot in the center of your belly button that may seem like a nondescript little button, but this point is actually a treasure of a pressure point for female arousal. The acupoint, also known as CV 6 or Qi Hai, is located along the Conception Vessel acupuncture channel and can harness the energy of your sex organs and your entire body.

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Located four inches away from the centerline of the body and three inches below the belly button, this is a great point to stimulate for healthy blood flow to the ovaries and uterus, and it can help regulate your menstrual cycle. It is also a fantastic point for addressing sexual indifference and stimulating your libido.

This is a fantastic point to stimulate during times of stress and anxiety or when you are feeling “off.” Located in the middle of your back, directly between your shoulder blades at the 7th thoracic vertebra on both sides of your body, this acupressure point promotes calmness and balances your entire being.

The Bladder 23 and Bl-52 are the acupressure points commonly referred to as the “Sea of Vitality.” These two points, which are found on your lower back, are two finger widths above the spleen area and are right in line with your belly button. Gently massaging these two acupressure points can increase your sexual energy and help you feel more energized and awake.