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Here’s What No One Tells You about Acupuncture

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Here’s What No One Tells You about Acupuncture

Alternative medical treatments such as chiropractic care, acupuncture, herbal therapy, and Chinese medicine aren’t elaborately advertised or marketed online like conventional solutions. As a result, there are many things that you might not know about these types of medical treatments, especially compared to the average knowledge you likely already have with regards to modern medicine.

If more people knew about the extraordinary benefits of these alternative medical remedies, the world might certainly be a much healthier and different place. So many people wouldn’t have had to undergo painful surgeries or suffer from negative side effects of chemical medications. Instead, many would enjoy healing without relying heavily on pharmaceuticals alone.

If you want to make a change in life then the best thing you can do right now is to find out more about alternative medical treatments. Here are a few things no one probably told you about acupuncture.

Acupuncture Doesn’t Hurt

Needles hurt quite a lot and the thought of being stung by many tiny needles during acupuncture can be quite nerve-wracking. What most people don’t realize is that acupuncture needles don’t actually hurt. These microneedles are much finer than your average syringe needle and aside from an occasional prick, you likely won’t feel the needles at all.

Acupuncture Restores Obstructions in Your Blood Flow

Pain is often a result of an obstruction in some of the fine veins in your body. Nutrition, oxygen and other essentials cannot reach your tissue cells which cause the area to become painful and even inflamed. An acupuncturist inserts micro-fine needles in pathways called “meridians” that fixes these obstructions so your body can heal and provide valuable resources where needed.

Acupuncture Is Most Effective For Pain Relief

This ancient remedy is most commonly used for pain relief. Acupuncture triggers the release of endorphins – your body’s natural pain killers which instantly make you feel better. The process also releases tension in muscles which can also result in pain relief and removing obstructions within your nerve system and veins also naturally boost healing which offers long term pain relief.

Acupuncture Can Treat Numerous Conditions

While this natural remedy is mostly popular for pain relief, the treatment can be used to treat numerous conditions. Acupuncture is a popular treatment for arthritis, fatigue, respiratory disorders, skin problems, digestive disorders and much more.

Acupuncture Is Backed By Research

If you think that this is just some old folk remedy then you are very wrong. Acupuncture has been practiced since around 6000 BCE in China but the treatment is very different from those many centuries ago. Modern acupuncture is refined and a lot of research went into this treatment.  While MDs don’t understand exactly how acupuncture works, the research confirms that it does provide positive short and long term results for most patients.

Acupuncturists Undergo a Lot of Training

You may have heard of all the benefits of acupuncture, about the many conditions it can cure or about the miracle results from these treatments. But what you likely never knew is the effort acupuncturists put into perfecting their skills. A qualified acupuncturist spent 3500 hours on formal education or four years on a master’s degree in this line of work. Some acupuncturists choose to advance their skills even further. Acupuncturists with the highest degree available – the D.A.O.M. – spent another 2500 hours studying.

First-hand experience is always the best way to find out more about acupuncture and its wonderful abilities. At Evergreen CMC we welcome you to book an acupuncture treatment so you can enjoy this experience in person, get all the benefits that acupuncture provides and you can ask all those other questions you might have surrounding this interesting topic.

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