Where To Pinch To Stop The Bleeding

Where To Pinch To Stop The Bleeding

If you or someone else have been injured in an accident or god forbid, some other atrocity and are bleeding, first things first, call 911 and get an ambulance on its way. But while you are waiting did you know that you could stop the bleeding by pressing on certain “pressure” points on the body?

This is great medical knowledge to learn. You just never know when you will need it. Pinching these pressure points should hopefully slow the blood enough to start the clotting process. Below is an infographic I found which shows the pressure points to learn.

Where To Pinch To Stop The Bleeding

Where To Pinch To Stop The Bleeding

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