How Acupuncture Can Help You

The scientific evidence keeps coming in about the benefits of acupuncture and the amount of people attesting to how acupuncture has allowed them to increase their quality of life. In this article, we outline the ways in which acupuncture can help you.

  1. Pain relief

    Relieving pain is perhaps the first thing that most people think of when it comes to acupuncture. And it’s certainly true. This treatment is highly effective in reducing both physical and emotional pain. Does acupuncture itself hurt? The simple answer is no. Acupuncture needles are much thinner than general ones. In fact, most people will barely even feel the needles going in, so pain is really not a concern!

  2. More sleep and more energy

    Acupuncture plays an important role in greatly improving the quality of your sleep. Many patients report having previously tried all kinds of remedies to fix their insomnia, but had no luck – until they became familiar with the practice of acupuncture. Various studies have associated acupuncture with increased nightly melatonin (the sleep hormone) production and greater restfulness. Acupuncture also results in higher energy levels in the days and weeks that follow a treatment.

  3. Better skin

    There are many anecdotal reports of improved skin condition after acupuncture. Some describe this as a “glowing effect”. You may even start to look younger too!

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