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A very simple technique for reducing body heat.
Soak your feet in a bowl of warm water at the end of the day for about 5-10minutes.
The massage them and the area above the inside of the ankles up along the inside of the lower leg towards the heart. Most people are very tender there as there is hardly any fat in this area and the bone is high to the skin. This area is stubborn for holding stagnant chi energy, often shown to us as swollen ankles and .
We need good Chi to function at our best. Heat applied will help balance the heat in the body, one balances out the other, therefore encouraging less heat and a better quality of sleep.
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