Acupuncture

Benefits of Acupuncture

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Did you know your body contains over 2,000 acupuncture points? These biologically charged locations directly connect with various meridians, which interact with every organ and bodily function. For generations, it's believed that by stimulating specific acupuncture points, the body naturally responds through chemical and energy transfers. Ultimately, this stimulation has been proven to treat a variety of physical and emotional ailments.

Natural Healing with Acupuncture

While the proposed uses of acupuncture spans thousands of conditions, modern science has only confirmed the benefits for a select few. This being noted, treatment of certain conditions may be beneficial for you, even if a clinical study does not "support" this use. Many believe the true power behind acupuncture is the connection made between your body and mind. With a new awareness of your body, your mind may be capable of implementing needed corrections. Of course, this is purely a theoretical outcome.

The follow conditions are approved by the World Health Organization to be treated by acupuncture. Take note: This is only a partial list. Speak with an acupuncture practitioner to uncover more treatment options.

  • Digestive System - Abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation and indigestion
  • Emotional Treatments - Anxiety, depression, insomnia and nervousness
  • Ear-Nose-Throat - Gingivitis, vision, and toothaches
  • Musculoskeletal System - Arthritis, muscle cramps, neck pain and sciatica
  • Respiratory System - Asthma, chest colds, bronchitis and smoking cessation
  • Neurological System - Migraines, stroke, headaches and Parkinson's disease

Many Westerners have difficulty adopting the belieft that a painless insertion of tiny needles can effectively treat a myriad of ailments. However, when you consider that multiple national and international organizations (including the National Institutes of Health and the World Health Organization) openly support and recommend the use of acupuncture, you can reasonably conclude that acupuncture is an exciting, promising form of treatment.

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