- Constant Preoccupation and Worry
- Stressed by Mundane Matters
- Easily Annoyed and Easily Irritated
- Hypersensitivity and Hyperactivity
- Fear of Conflict. Even Minor
- A Need to Stay in One Place, Routine
- Departures and Separations Very Hard to Accept
- Fear of Exams and Confrontation
- Extreme Punctuality
- Slight Jealous and Manic Depressive Tendency
Breathing Exercises and stretching relax the gallbladder.Self-massage under the right-side ribs. Start from the navel and go up toward your ribs until you feel a sensitive area. Do very light circular movements over that area. When the massage is done properly and in the right place, it will make you produce saliva - a conditional reflex.
Avoid chocolate and cooked cream - they are no friend of the gallbladder. Beware of sulfur-based preservatives (sulfites) in the food or drink (wine), or sprayed on them (appetizer nuts).
Since annoyances causes blockage in the gallbladder, do everything to avoid them. Take more time to prepare and get wherever you're going, in order to spare yourself the stress of being late. Carefully prepare for trips, moves, and changes in your life. Avoid stayinh in places where clashes are underway.