Acupuncture at Deep Roots Natural Medicine
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is the primary treatment method used in TCM. It directs energy or Qi to bodily areas of discomfort or illness, acupuncture uses your own body’s energy to create clear meridians, restore balance, and provide healing.
Recent western medical research substantiates acupuncture's healing powers. According to this research, serotonin and endorphin hormones are released from acupuncture. When these hormones are naturally released by acupuncture, our bodies feel better.
Acupuncture Treatment: A Boon over Modern Medicine
On their first visit, patients are often asked to fill out a health form. This brief form generally captures the health record and the reasons for their visit to the clinic. Acupuncture treatments can help a patient with the things he or she wants to cure, heal or improve on his or her health. While some turn to acupuncture treatment for one or two ailments, there are some who have dozens of reasons for their visit.
What’s in an acupuncture treatment?
Before the treatment begins a patient is briefly interviewed as well as examined to determine which acupuncture points are best for the patients. This ancient Chinese treatment that was earlier shunned in the American medical science is now being used to treat ailments such as back pain, knee pain, hair loss, diabetes, weight loss, infertility and others.
This is a clear indication that acupuncture treatment can not only improve the quality of life, but also reduce the stress level and ensures improved as well as fast recovery from an injury. The technique also helps human beings maintain their emotional balance.
How the treatment works?
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice performed by placing ultra- thin needles in certain parts of the human body. Today, over 3.5 million people in the United States alone, depends on acupuncture treatments. Acupuncture works by releasing the flow of the vital energy in the human body.
This technique works by stimulating certain points along fourteen different pathways. These needles further compel the human body to release a natural painkiller called endorphins, which improves the blood flow and changes in the activities of a human brain.
Will needles hurt during the treatment?
The needles used in acupuncture treatment are ultra thin. So while some may feel the needles less painful, the others feel no pain at all. Thus, patients are often left feeling relaxed and revitalized after the acupuncture therapy. Those who have tried their hands on all the standard treatments can find the best possible results with acupuncture treatment. Studies show that patients receiving the treatment are likely to spend less stressful days than those receiving standard treatments.
Acupuncture for back pain
Acupuncture is increasingly being used as a therapeutic treatment for back pain. Many suffer from back pain at some point in their life and doctors can’t always help. Acupuncture therapist refers to a channel of energy and points that has a different function. Needles are placed at different points and not the same points for every patient during the therapy. Cupping and application of Moxa are common during the treatment.
Acupuncture for stress
Stress is a really common problem in today’s society. We all have time when we feel completely stressed out. There are many things we can do to help us with our stress. Something that works wonders for many us the acupuncture therapy. A few points that are extremely helpful with stress include the point at the bottom of your foot, Spleen 4 point, Stomach 40 point, Gall Bladder 34 and others.
Acupuncture for weight loss
Acupuncture has definitely proved itself when it comes to giving relief. Another major exhaustion today is weight loss. On the human body, there are different points that are connected directly to the point of hunger in the human brain. Thus acupuncture for weight loss process involves putting needles on the points that lessen or stops the feeling of hunger. The point that stops hunger and curbs one’s appetite is located half way between a person’s upper lip and nose.
Other popular therapies include acupuncture for diabetes, acupuncture for dental pain, acupuncture for joint pain, acupuncture for insomnia, acupuncture for anxiety and others.