Balanced acupuncture is a technique combining traditional medicine and modern medicine and a single-acupoint balance therapy, which can regulate the cerebral center, resulting in self-repair, self-integrity, and self-healing[3,4,5].
What is balance method acupuncture?
The Balance Method is an acupuncture practice systematized, refined, and taught by the late Master Teacher Dr. Richard Teh-Fu Tan. Dr. Tan is renowned for bringing to life thousands of years of fundamental concepts of balance enshrined in the foundational classics of Chinese philosophy.
How does acupuncture restore balance?
During the treatment, acupuncturists insert thin, stainless steel needles about half a millimeter away from a nerve in specific acupuncture points of the body. This helps restore balance by causing the nervous system to release pain-relieving chemicals and stimulate the part of the brain that controls emotion and pain.
What happens to your body when you have acupuncture?
Acupuncture therapy can release blocked qi in the body and stimulate function, evoking the body’s natural healing response through various physiological systems. Modern research has demonstrated acupuncture’s effects on the nervous system, endocrine and immune systems, cardiovascular system, and digestive system.
How long does it take to feel the benefits of acupuncture?
Although some people report feeling the changes right after his or her first session or under 24 hours after, some people may not notice the changes and benefits immediately (especially if you’re going for a more severe or chronic issue). There are, however, some changes you may notices after an acupuncture session.
Can acupuncture reset your body?
ACUPUNCTURE FOR CHRONIC STRESS
These are all things acupuncture has been shown to be effective for, regardless of what the root cause is. We can use acupuncture to help balance the nervous system and restore the body to homeostasis.
Is Acupuncture good for balance problems?
Although there is no clear evidence from evidence-based medicine that acupuncture can improve the balance of patients with, some small-scale clinical trials have observed that acupuncture treatment can improve balance dysfunction after stroke, daily life skills, and walking skills.
What should you not do after acupuncture?
After your treatment, take it easy. It’s best to avoid the substances listed above (alcohol, caffeine, etc,) heavy exercise, stressful intellectual work and sex for the rest of the day after you’ve had acupuncture.
What should I avoid after acupuncture?
After acupuncture, choose heat. Avoid alcohol and coffee. This is for two reasons: 1) It’s important to stay hydrated after acupuncture because it can cause toxins to be released into your system. Staying appropriately hydrated helps flush out these toxins.
What are the negative side effects of acupuncture?
The most common side effects of acupuncture include bleeding, soreness, or bruising at the site of needle insertion. Other risks of acupuncture include dizziness, fainting, local internal bleeding, convulsions, hepatitis B, dermatitis, nerve damage, increased pain, and very rarely injury to an internal organ.
How do you know if acupuncture is working?
Well, you should treat your body the same. When you first start doing acupuncture you’ll notice bodily sensations more acutely, that is to say, you will be more aware of the little things you didn’t notice before and more clued in to how your body is functioning overall. Your senses will be keener and more awakened.
Why do I feel worse after acupuncture?
The idea is that as your body starts undergoing the changes involved in moving toward health, things get stirred up. This can cause not only an exacerbation of current symptoms but also the recurrence of previous ailments that had been dormant. Acupuncture awakens your self-healing capabilities.
How often should you have acupuncture treatments?
A common treatment plan for a single complaint would typically involve one or two treatments a week. The number of treatments will depend on the condition being treated and its severity. In general, it’s common to receive six to eight treatments.