Sunday, August 12, 2018

Benefits of Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a part of traditional Chinese medicinal practice. It involves trained acupuncturists who stimulate the specific points on one’s body with thin needles.

Here are some of the health benefits of getting acupuncture treatment:

Helps reduce migraines and headaches

Acupuncture is recognized by the World Health Organization and is recommended for treatment of migraines and headaches. During a research, there were multiple clinical trials where the effects of acupuncture were compared with ‘sham’ (placebo form of acupuncture). People who received real acupuncture therapy experienced a reduced level of headache and migraine symptoms. This proves how effective is Acupuncture Las Vegas for treatment and for managing headaches and migraine.

Helps manage chronic pain, including those for the neck, back, and arthritis pain

As per a study done in 2006, acupuncture proved to improve chronic back pain as compared to no acupuncture treatment. With two groups of people, one receiving acupuncture treatment for back pain and the other receiving none, those receiving the treatment experienced significant improvement in their condition. Acupuncture is an effective form of treatment for chronic pain and is not at all just placebo effect.

Helps treat insomnia

Acupuncture is highly beneficial in reducing the symptoms of insomnia, when compared to no treatment at all. Moreover, when people taking herbal treatments and medications to help sleep, added acupuncture therapy, the results got even better. Another great benefit suggested by the naturopathicdoctor Las Vegas was that unlike the sleep medication, acupuncture sessions has no side-effects or adverse effects.

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