Often people wonder whether acupuncture works or whether it is really well. I would tell them to show their hand. I’m your thumb and index finger at the site of the famous so-called He Gu place and press down with so little force. “OW, that hurts,” is the usual response.
Acupuncture points are real. There is no hocus pocus here, and mystery. Ironically, the most points lie close to the hollow anatomical sensitive nerves. These points will be mostly found by trial and error, began in the early Ming Dynasty. They are characterized by their delicate presence in the body. Pressing the result may be in pain, but when the appropriate force is applied (acupuncture needles or gentle pressure) pain relievers or even eliminate stress.
These points, when stimulated by an experienced practitioner, makes acupuncture work. This warm and fuzzy feeling you get at the end of treatment. You could even say that acupuncture points are fighting an inner healing response that may help patients with a variety of medical problems produced. Other modern explanations, such as hormones, natural chemicals and hystamine “feel good” while others are at an increased rate after acupuncture treatment. Continue reading