ABC Of Acupuncture – A Beginners Course On Acupuncture

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Introduction – What Is Acupuncture? 5

How It Works 6

The Principles of Acupuncture 7

Chapter 1 – The History Of Acupuncture & How It Affects You 9

The Roots of Acupuncture 9

The Rise & Fall of Traditional Chinese Medicine 10

Acupuncture Today 12

Chapter 2 – The Concepts Of Qi & Meridians 14

Zang-Fu Organs, Qi, and Meridians Defined 15

The Meridian Connection 16

Chapter 3 – Is Acupuncture Safe & Is It Right For Me? 18

Who are the best candidates for acupuncture? 19

Chapter 4 – Conditions That Can Be Treated With Acupuncture . 22

Headaches 23

Seasonal Allergies 23

Mood Swing or Imbalances 23

Acid Reflux and Heartburn 24

Heart Problems 24

Sleep Disorders 25

Other Conditions and Disorders 25

Here are the health conditions determined by the WHO: 25

Chapter 5 – Acupuncture Techniques 27

Basic Needle Insertion 27

Acupuncture Techniques 29

Acupressure 29

Moxabustion and Cupping 29

Chapter 6 – Things To Consider Before Getting Treatment 31

Chapter 7 – After Treatment…Now What? 34

Right After Treatment 35

Normal Side Effects To Look Out For 36

Soreness & Fatigue 36

Mood Swings 37

Conclusion 38

Procedure for Needle Puncture 38

Conditions for Puncture Application 40

Expected Puncture Session Result 41

Introduction – What Is Acupuncture?

Firstly welcome to our beginners guide on Acupuncture and thank you for joining me as we embark on a quick journey of discovery into this sometimes mysterious art. In this first introductory chapter we will be going over a few key points of Acupuncture and exactly what you need to know, upon which we will delve deeper into in the coming chapters. Let’s get started…

First and foremost, Acupuncture is a well-known alternative to mainstream medicine that originated from China. It is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine that dates back thousands of years, and is a widely accepted alternative form of medicine in the Western healthcare industry.

Today, it is widely used to treat different specific ailments such as chronic back ache and headaches, osteoarthritis, postoperative pain and vomiting, allergies, cancer-related conditions, stroke, and even infertility. It is a common substitute for patients that are looking for less aggressive types of treatment, but is not recommended to be used as the primary treatment in any kind of illness. Most places that practice acupuncture are found in the US, UK, and Asia, and are mostly done by private practitioners.

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