PC 6 (Pericardium 6 or “Inner Gate”) is a pressure point on your inner forearm. To find it, go approximately 3 finger widths from your wrist, and aim for the middle. It helps your heart and settles your blood pressure by regulating your circulatory system. It can also treat nausea, headaches, and motion sickness.
GB 20 (Gallbladder 20 or the “Wind Pool”) are actually 2 points on your neck on both sides of the vertebra and right under the base of your skull. To “activate” these points, you need to apply medium pressure for about one minute at a time. Keep your hands steady, and don’t involve any other motion. When doing it to yourself, use your thumbs. This can also release neck tension and treat fevers and eye problems.