carotid - carotid
temporary - jugular
temple - ray bulb
temple - adrenals
wrist - kidney
Helps to control systemic, idiomatic or labic arterial Hypertension. It also regulates the sympathetic neurovegetative system.
Arterial Hypertension is mainly due to the formation of plaques that reduce the light of the arteries, hindering blood supply and raising the pressure, which normally must be below 120/80 (systolic / diastolic). Above 130/90 is considered arterial Hypertension.
It is recommended to place as an auxiliary pair: Kidney-kidney.