How To Save a Person From Stroke Using Only a Needle?
In this article we are going to write about unconventional method of saving human life during a stroke. Namely, it comes to a method of Chinese professor who says that you should always keep a needle in your house. Continue with reading and find out why.
You definitely should read this advice as that you may help someone to survive. It is fact that you could never know if someone’s life depends on your reaction.
At the time when stroke occurs, the blood supply to the patient’s brain is interrupted or reduced, or in other words the capillaries in the brain gradually stretch. That person needs a rest and an immediate medical help. The following tips may help you to save someone’s life!
Stay calm! Don’t move the person, regardless of the place he/she is, because if you move the patient, the capillaries might burst and bleeding in the brain will appear! The best thing you could do is use a syringe needle at home, but also a simple needle for sewing can help.
Hold the needle over fire, a lighter or a candle in order to sterilize it and then use it for pricking the tops of all 10 fingers.
No specific acupuncture is needed. It should only be a few millimeters from the nail.
Perform so that the blood can flow.
If blood does not start to drip, tighten and start squeezing so it can flow.
When all 10 fingers begin to bleed, wait for a few minutes, you will see that the victim will be back to life!
If the victim’s mouth is distorted, massage their ears until they become red, so blood can come to them.
Then prick with the needle in each ear in the soft part, so that two drops of blood can fall from each ear. Several minutes later, his/her mouth would no longer be distorted.
Wait until the victim come to normal state without any unusual symptoms, then rush them to the hospital.
This method of bloodshed is a method of the traditional Chinese medicine that could definitely save someone’s life. Its practical application is 100% effective and using it people can really survive a stroke!