Acupuncture is commonly defined as: putting needles through your skin. Does it really have good effects? Does it even help your body in a way or another? Let’s find out!
The Chinese don’t only make delicious food but they are also greatly involved in medicine. In ancient Chinese medicine, Yin and Yang are the two extremities of any life. By creating a balance between the yin and the yang, people will reach relaxation, have good health and a balanced energy flow. The main reason as to why people get sick, is because of the imbalance they are experiencing.
Acupuncture consists of needle insertion to a certain depth in every part of the body affecting muscles, nerves and every tissue. This insertion stimulates blood flow and triggers the body’s natural painkillers. As such, relaxation is achieved at first.
Surprisingly enough, this holistic treatment is also used on pets suffering from various conditions. The technique is called veterinary acupuncture and can benefit your pets in various areas.
Acupuncture affects all parts of the body. It is the best treatment for:
The benefits of acupuncture are endless. Afraid of needles but eager for relaxation? Acupuncture is a new challenge we encourage you to take!