Acupuncture

 
  Acupuncture shown to boost fertility better than medication  

Study Reveals Previously Unknown Mechanism Behind Acupuncture’s Ability to Reduce Pain

When it comes to treating ailments such as chronic pain, I definitely prefer non-toxic options to drugs and surgery. Americans use 80 percent of all the opioids sold worldwide1 — a testament to the pervasiveness of pain in this country — and with drug overdoses now being the ninth leading cause of death in the U.S., we clearly need safer alternatives.

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  Acupuncture shown to boost fertility better than medication  

Acupuncture shown to boost fertility better than medication

Infertility is a systemic health issue that many couples do not understand and have a hard time talking about. When a woman is ready to conceive, her heart is passionately involved because she has committed all her love to courageously bringing new life into the world. When she struggles to conceive, she feels inadequate.

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  Acupuncture For Pain Competes With Morphine In Shock New Study  

Acupuncture For Pain Competes With Morphine In Shock New Study

Acupuncture has been recognised by the World Health Organization since 1996 as a safe and effective treatment for a range of complaints, including pain and discomfort. Unfortunately, its use in a hospital setting, where patients usually must take whatever treatment they can get, is still very rare. But an amazing new study in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine will hopefully change more attitudes towards the practice.

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  Finding science in acupuncture  

Finding science in acupuncture

This article title is taken from a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article by Belinda Beck, WSJ health writer. She turned in a good journalistic effort, undergoing treatments herself for chronic neck and back pain.

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The Reason Downward-Facing Dog Is So Good For You

Downward-facing dog is the most ubiquitous pose in yoga. This popular yoga pose is the one we see in advertisements and movies, on yoga DVDs, and the covers of health and fitness magazines. Downward-facing dog is taught in beginner yoga classes and returned to again and again by the most advanced yoga practitioners. Almost everyone who has tried yoga, no matter their skill level, is familiar with downward-facing dog.

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