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Why does acupuncture help infertility?

Why does acupuncture help infertility?
Traditional and alternative treatments, such as acupuncture, are used by certain people to assist with fertility issues. It is not only a way to reduce the stress when you’re trying to conceive, but it’s also proven to help with infertility.
Infertility is a heart-breaking experience for any couple trying to conceive, and many people are willing to do anything to improve their chances of having a child. Read More

Why can acupuncture relieve your neck pain?

Why can acupuncture relieve your neck pain?

What causes neck pain?

Neck pain, or pain that originates or occurs in the cervical spine, is a common ailment that affects people of all ages. Neck strain from daily repetitive movements, poor posture while working on the computer, or an odd sleeping position are causes that anyone can relate to. Acupuncture is one of the safest treatments for neck pain when your neck muscles are spasming.

Acupuncture is a drug-free and natural way to help loosen up and alleviate tension in the neck muscles. Read More

Acupuncture and Hip Pain

Acupuncture and Hip Pain

Alternate Pain Management for Hip Pain

Have you been suffering from hip pain due to some injury that you have had in the past or due to age-related osteoarthritis or bursitis? Maybe you have tried different types of treatment over the course of time with no substantial improvement.

There might be one other option for you to consider. This method has been used extensively by the Chinese and is known as Acupuncture. Read on to discover how acupuncture can aid hip pain relief. Read More

How acupuncture can prevent glaucoma, dry eye, macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa

How acupuncture can prevent glaucoma, dry eye, macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa

Retinitis pigmentosa is an eye disease caused by loss of the cells that can sense light. The retina has several layers, in which the light signal is converted into a neural signal through cells called photoreceptor cells. There are two kinds of photoreceptor cells: rod and cone. Rod photoreceptor cells are located in the peripheral area of the retina, while cone photoreceptor cells are located in the central area. Read More

 
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