Note: The following is only meant as reference materials to the intended readers.
This is intended as a self-administered therapy strongly recommended only for the grown adults due to miscellaneous physical factors.
Well, regarding the acupuncture point for the suggested cure for non-stop eye blinking, its exact location is at the back of the palm of one’s right hand, which is 1.5 cm measured vertically from the point of intersection (that would appear visibly when the fingers are closed loosely together) between the thumb and the forefinger. (Kindly take note that this point is located at a much ‘fleshy’ instead of a much ‘boney’ area – perhaps you would need to briefly explore that part of your right hand at the same time to locate that point, and I hope you will understand that the hand structures of each person differ from one another).
When the acupuncture point is identified and marked accordingly, you can then re-open your hand , and then what you all can do is to sit down, and at the same time press onto the surface of that acupuncture point (using just mild force) with any long blunt-pointed object such as toothpick, a normal writing pen (which is out of ink of course) etc against your chin (suggested for convenience purpose) for a continuous 2 hours, and it’s preferably to do that when you are about to go to sleep at night (so that you have more free time to do it). However , if you are eager to find out the very exact location of that particular acupuncture point to further verify the information given above, I would suggest you to seek consultancy from a licensed acupuncturist.
Please be reminded that a good sleep at night throughout the therapy period is essential for the healing to be effectively done. And a person shouldn’t associate oneself again with the underlying causes such as over-straining of the eyes, excessive caffeine intake, allergy/over dosage of certain medication (with muscle spasms side effects) that causes this non-stop eye blinking to the particular person in the first place to avoid a relapse of that sickness, especially after getting cured from it.