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Hundreds of clinical studies on the benefits of acupuncture in Perth show that it successfully treats conditions ranging from musculoskeletal problems (back pain, neck pain, and others) to nausea, migraine headache, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and infertility.
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Common Questions About Acupuncture Treatment
Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of healing customs involving the activation of certain channel and points in your body to address the abnormalities in the flow of Qi through the energy pathways. Although acupuncture is generally related to the insertion of needles into the skin, it is often done along with other techniques such as the use of suctioning cups (cupping) or scrubbing
You might feel a little more sensitive in certain areas where the acupuncture needles are inserted, and sometimes people sense a tiny brief sting, but it shouldn’t be that painful. Oftentimes, slight side effects like minor headache and random bruising may be experienced, but give it some time, and it will eventually subside.
Around 450 substances are usually utilised in Chinese herbal medicine, composing mostly of plant-based materials and occasionally, animal and mineral products. These substances can be packed as powders, or tablets, which depend on the type of herb and its planned usage.
Acupuncture has been effective in assisting many people with a range of different health concerns. These conditions often range from physical health issues such as muscle pain, certain reproductive and digestive problems to mental health issues like stress. It has also been recognised to augment the treatment of conditions such as allergies, arthritis, migraines, and prolonged back pain.
Acupuncture offers you relief from ailments without the use of drugs, which could, to some level, harm the body. It is not only a way of treating these ailments, but it serves as prevention, too. In focuses on the maintenance of your well-being and uses a holistic approach that connects your mind, body, and emotions.
Though both techniques involve the use of needles, these two have vast differences. The main difference being acupuncture is aimed at changing the flow of Qi following the traditional Chinese meridians, while dry needling observes evidence-based procedures, endorsed “trigger point” areas, and doses for the remedy of specific ailments. Acupuncture takes the holistic approach while dry needling aims only at the traumatised area.