The traditional Chinese treatment of Acupuncture has attracted a lot of controversy over the past couple of years. Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic has thus published an article that discusses the implications of this treatment and what it really does to the human body. The article can be viewed at https://yinsclinic.com/does-acupuncture-for-depression-work/
(PRUnderground) June 13th, 2019In a recent study, acupuncture has been shown to treat depressed patients over the course of a few weeks. Since then, the treatment has become a heated debate between western medicine doctors and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners.The results of the treatment were clear, showing that acupuncture really did have a huge impact on helping patients regain emotional stability to recover from depression.Unlike western medication where anti-depressants are used, traditional Chinese medicine does not have the side-effects over-the-counter medicine has. Acupuncture utilizes the body’s natural tendency to heal itself and stimulates pressure points found all over the body that helps produce “happiness hormones” such as endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin.Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic, a trusted acupuncture provider in Frisco TX, has thus published a new article regarding the acupuncture for depression topic in hopes to show that acupuncture is truly an effective treatment for mental disorders. The article can be viewed here.Here’s an excerpt from the article:“How do acupuncture treatments for depression work? Acupuncture works on the premise that the body has energy coursing through it. The energy moves through certain points in the body called meridians. If this energy flows steadily and freely, you enjoy a sense of wellness and health. On the other hand, if the meridians are blocked, the energy fails to flow easily – and you experience pain, illness, and emotional distress like depression and anxiety.These acupoints or meridians are found all over your body – from the head and neck all the way down to your legs and feet. Only a trained practitioner knows what acupoints to select to give you relief from depression and its associated symptoms.”The staff at Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic has thus invited all individuals who are interested in learning more about the natural benefits of acupuncture to schedule a visit to their office. They are located at 5899 Preston Road, Building 8, Suite 801 Frisco TX and can be reached via phone at 972-668-2626.For more details about acupuncture and its other benefits, Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic regularly publishes articles on Yin’s Clinic blog.
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