Infinity: Bladder Meridian
Water element and it's Sacred Geometric Conterpart ~ Icosahedron 20 Faces Equilateral Triangles
Acupressure Point Support Mountain (B57) This point is located in the area of the calf. Working that point is efficient for relieving cramps and spasms, especially in the calf, pain in the knees, lumbago, and swelling of the feet and ankles (eg after a flight).
Acupressure point B1 is efficient for eye problems of all kinds and to regulate fluid retention.
Yoga has been recommended to maintain overall physical fitness. Yoga also stimulates the function of your internal organs. You can strengthen the bladder by practicing specific yoga exercises that work on your pelvic floor muscles and help treat and prevent bladder problems. Read about these Yoga exercises to strengthen the bladder: http://www.findhomeremedy.com/yoga-exercises-to-strengthen-bladder/
Lateral Hamstring (Bladder Meridian) stretch, supporting leg at side of knee, cross grip onto sole of foot
Urinary Bladder Meridian
Winter Yoga: 20 Poses for the Bladder and Kidney Meridians
For temporary relief of water retention, trauma, bruises, flu, fever, cold, allergies, fears. Kidney and bladder meridian imbalances. Also for kidney drainage and relief of symptoms related to minor bladder infections. Related emotions: fear, nervous irritability, insecurity, paralyzed will, timidity, bad memory