Acupuncture can benefit the heart according to New scientific studies at the Medical Center, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. The science indicates that the use of specific acupuncture points may help to prevent heart attacks (myocardial infarctions) and arrhythmias (irregular heart beats). Also the study shows Acupuncture may be important for patients recovering from Heart Attack.
ACUPUNCTURE FOR GLAUCOMA . Several studies have demonstrated that acupuncture improves choroidal blood flow in the eye. Now the Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University in controlled studies show that Acupuncture has a strong effect in treating glaucoma. Color Doppler imaging confirmed the improvement in circulation behind the eye.
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Acupuncture demonstrated at Military College of Georgia. Haleigh Herring of the North Georgia College and State University newspaper “The Saint” reported a demonstration of Acupuncture was held Tuesday at the Library Technology Center. Haleigh said “The demonstration took place and I volunteered. I was a little nervous at first; but once it happened, I didn't even realize it was over. The experience was literally painless. The needles are extremely thin, so they barely pierce the skin. I highly recommend acupuncture to anyone who is stressed out or needs a way to relax”.
AUTISM SOCIETY. Scalp or head acupuncture has shown some positive results as an effective treatment in treating central nerve damage. Some cases have led to patients improving to live a fairly normal life as humanly possible. The suggested areas for autism used include sensory and speech. Patients are usually treated two to three times each week. There are other acupuncture techniques which can also be effective such as ear and body acupuncture. 1 in 110 people in the United States has Autism Spectrum Disorder
World championship triathlon athlete Debbie Tanner getting ACUPUNCTURE for help with injuries. "I am getting acupuncture and muscle therapy on a daily basis" she said.
Acupuncture better than drug for hot flashes. Researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit compared acupuncture to a proven remedy — the drug Effexor, an antidepressant that has been shown to significantly reduce hot flashes in breast cancer patients.
The results were striking. Acupuncture relieved hot flashes just as well as Effexor, with fewer side effects. The acupuncture recipients reported more energy and even an increased sex drive, compared with women using Effexor.