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5 Benefits of Acupuncture That You Should Know Before Trying It Out

by Nature's Branch Support July 11, 2018

5 Benefits of Acupuncture That You Should Know Before Trying It Out

 

Have you already tried several treatments to relieve pain, anxiety, and stress?

You may be someone who has undergone massages, been on a vacation and tried many other known stress or anxiety-related relievers. Well, if so, you are still on the right track!

But did you know, there’s another way of doing it more effectively and effortlessly? You might have heard about “Acupuncture” but do you know the benefits of this method? We’ve got all the information that you need to know!

 

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is one of the most effective and safest treatment methods to support relieving of stress, managing pain and enhancing mobility. This traditional method started in China more than 2,500 years ago and was used for diagnosing and treating diseases. The acupuncturist inserts fine needles to specific locations on the body of their patients. They believed that it improves overall health.

Acupuncture, in modern medicine, is not just inserting very fine needles into different parts of the body to prevent pain though. In fact, it is now considered as a medical protocol to help correct imbalances in the body. In addition to this, below are the top benefits you should know before undergoing this treatment:

1. Acupuncture may promote and restore energy balance throughout the body

It is believed that this treatment covers a wide variety of conditions. This may help restore balance to a person’s emotional well-being and certain body functions in relation to the digestive and nervous system.

2. Acupuncture supports reduction of chronic pain 

People have always been searching for ways to rid chronic pain. Many use supplements as a part of their daily routine to combat joint pain and aches. Some experts believe that acupuncture treatment reduces up to 15% of pain. It is essential, however, to know the source of the pain. Some chronic pains are caused by physical stress, poor sleeping habits, injuries that never fully healed, pregnancy, prevailing medical conditions and others. In these cases, a consultation with a health professional is preferred to find out which avenue is best for you.

3. Acupuncture can be another method to help with anxiety

Clinical studies have shown positive results from Acupuncture in relation to patient’s anxiety. Research has suggested that this method causes the nervous system to generate pain-killing chemicals which helps make the body to heal naturally. Moreover, it stimulates some parts of the brains responsible for controlling emotions, including anxiety.

4. Acupuncture may improve better sleeping patterns and reduce insomnia 

Certain studies have shown a reduction in the frequency of insomnia for some people. So, the next time you are experiencing troubles with sleeping and don’t want to suffer sleep deprivation or take sleeping pills, you may want to consider speaking with an acupuncturist!

5. Acupuncture aids in lessening heartburn and indigestion

A regular session of acupuncture therapy can help decrease the potential frequency of heartburn, acid reflux, and indigestion. A recent study has observed significant positive results from people who are actively undergoing acupuncture and also those who have been taking medications for heartburn relief and proper digestion.

 

Are there notable side-effects of Acupuncture?

As per most people who experience acupuncture treatment, experts have not found significant side-effects apart from occasional and slight aching and soreness at the point of skin penetration. Obviously, it all depends on the skill of the acupuncturist who is knowledgeable with the body and has significant expertise regarding the location and depth of sterile needles.

As of right now, this treatment has proven to be of an amazing benefit to a lot of people but research is still ongoing as experts are still investigating more and more benefits and possible ways on providing treatment more effectively.

 

Is Acupuncture enough to sustain overall health?

Like any other form of therapy, acupuncture alone may not be enough. The benefits mentioned above may be advantageous however quitting smoking, maintaining a balanced diet and even taking supplements may lead to better and positive results to your body and overall health and wellness.

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Final Reminder: Experiencing Acupuncture

Once you have decided to try out acupuncture, it is important to understand the full procedure which should be thoroughly explained to you by your acupuncturist. They will also explain that you should feel very relaxed and try your best not to move during treatment. You may feel some heat releasing from your body but don’t panic as this is a normal sensation. People who undergo this treatment have been known to feel more energized and awake whilst also achieving benefits relating to better mood.

 

So what are you waiting for? Time to experience it yourself!




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