This tension and pain may be relieved by stimulating the flow of energy along the spinal branches of the bladder meridian.
Such stimulation induces total relaxation by switching the autonomous nervous system over to the restful, restorative parasympathetic mode.
Here, with one meridian, you are affecting more than five muscles. Here you need to remember the sedation point of the meridian and or insertion points of the muscle.Because triple warmer is a survival function it can pull energy away from other systems leading to immune disorders, stress, chronic fatigue and many other uncomfortable emotions/actions.To keep an overactive triple warmer sedated is very important.And if one set doesn’t work, you need to remember what meridian may control or feed the affected meridian, and work on those control points. Another possibility is using the Yu or Shu acupuncture points on the back.These points are associated with different meridians which are associated with certain muscles (see chart).lso called the three burners in Chinese medicine, this is our primal survival system, it fights off illness in our bodies and is also known as our flight or fight response.