Pressure-point meaning

Any of several points on the body at which an underlying artery can be pressed against a bone to stop distal bleeding.
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An area on the skin that is highly sensitive to the application of pressure.
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Any of a number of points on the body where an artery passes close to the surface and in front of a bony structure so that pressure applied there will check bleeding from a distal injured part.
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Any of various points on the body where pressure is especially effective, as in acupuncture.
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Any of several points on the body at which an underlying artery can be pressed against a bone to stop distal bleeding.
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An area on the skin that is highly sensitive to the application of pressure.
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(martial arts) A specific small area of the body targeted, due to a cluster of nerves being close to the skin, usually not protected by bone.

For this strike, if your thumb is tucked correctly, you should hit the pressure point where their arm meets their shoulder.

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