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What Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine that sees needles inserted into the patient at various points. In ancient times, it was created by traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, who believed that it could be used to manipulate the flow of chi, which can be considered a sort of life-force. Modern practitioners often believe that it manipulates the nervous system by causing a release of endorphins upon the insertion of the needle. Whatever the case, acupuncture has been used for centuries and centuries in countries situated all around the world, having spread from the land of its creation in recent times.
How Can Acupuncture Help You With Your Health Problems?
In main, acupuncture is used to relieve pain in the patient, which can be important for people who are struggling to follow their normal routines in spite of the pain that is afflicting them. As a result, it is often used in combination with other treatment for medical conditions, serving to manage their side effects so as to produce an effect that is more than the sum of its parts. However, it is interesting to note that some claim other uses for acupuncture, with prime examples being nausea and vomiting.
Interested in how acupuncture can help people overcome their health problems? Please contact Dr. Neda as soon as time permits for the answers to all remaining questions. She is an acupuncture specialist with plenty of expertise and experience in her chosen field, meaning that she should be able to help interested individuals put their fears to rest so that they can get started on seeing what acupuncture is really like.
Why Should You Consider Acupuncture?
Here are some of the reasons that patients should be interested in acupuncture:
* Acupuncture can look rather unpleasant, which can cause some people to avoid it out of instinct if nothing else. However, it is important to note that the needles used in acupuncture are nothing like the needles that are more familiar to most people out there. In fact, they are so thin that their insertion is barely felt by the patient, meaning that there is no pain and no blood to the treatment in spite of its rather intimidating look.
* For people who are struggling with pain but want to avoid the pain-killers that are used to combat chronic symptoms, acupuncture could serve as a convenient solution to their problem. After all, acupuncture has no side effects, meaning that patients can receive treatment without having to be concerned about potential consequences that could blindside them if they are not wary. As a result, acupuncture is particularly helpful to people who have adverse reactions to some of the common treatments out there.
* On a related note, acupuncture puts a little strain on the body, which can be important for people who are already managing a great deal of stress, meaning that they don’t need the additional burden that can come with some treatments. All they have to do is to show up at their practitioner’s clinic on a regular basis before heading home with minimal fuss and hassle.