Acupuncture relieves pain and regulates the body.
When the flow of natural energy in your body is blocked or clogged or held up in any way, you experience pain.
When the body’s energy moves freely, pain is released.
When your body is in stress mode too often, energy is used up, consumed, and eventually depleted.
Acupuncture calms the autonomic nervous system to rest and rebuild the physical body.
Energy is restored, stress released, and anxiety, fatigue, and insomnia become a thing of the past.
Your body becomes pain-free and energized so that you can focus on what’s really important in your life.
Cupping is an ancient Chinese practice that promotes the flow of blood and stimulates the nervous system.
Often used on the back, the suction that the cups create activates both the nerves that exit the spinal column as well as acupuncture points that are directly associated with all organ systems in the body.
When used on the upper back, it also has the ability to stimulate the flow of qi and blood to the lungs for greater intake and processing of oxygen into the cardivascular system.
We use cupping generally when there is either a breathing problem, at the intial stage of cold/flu, or simply to invigorate the interal organs and the body before an acupuncture treatment.
Acupuncture for Pain
When you are experiencing pain, there is an imbalance in the body’s energy system. This imbalance may be caused by an accident, overuse, overthinking, or an emotional reaction to a stressful event.
By placing needles, cups, or pressure at particular points along the energy pathways (meridians), the balance is restored and pain is relieved.
You feel like you again so you can go out and do your thing.
Acupuncture for Stress
The force of life’s challenges all contribute to stress in the body.
Our nervous systems can only take so much. Stress activates our “fight or flight” response, which sends signals to our internal organs that there’s a threat.
When stressed, your body tenses up, blood pressure rises, digestion shuts down, breathing changes, adrenaline and cortisol course through your arteries providing a temporary boost of energy.
All incredibly useful when you encounter a lion in the jungle. But not exactly the right approach to a deadline at work.
Being in stress mode too often consumes our stores of energy and eventually leads to fatigue, restlessness, anxiety, and insomnia.
Acupuncture has the effect of quickly switching the nervous system into “rest and digest,” the side of our nervous system where the body rebuilds and repairs the damage of stress.
The effect of acupuncture is to become deeply relaxed, energized, and rejuvenated.
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