Acupuncture Can Help Neuropathy Pain
Acupuncture, the Chinese healing practice, can actually lessen pain from diabetic neuropathy.
This has been a practice in China for at least 2,000 years or better. Needles that are very tiny and sterile, are placed into specific places on the body to ease pain and help wellness. This practice has grown in the US in the last many years now.
Acupuncture can have many benefits from helping people with nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy to post-surgical wellness. Menstrual cramps,
and fibromyalagia pain have been greatly alleviated from this practice.
People that have painful neuropathies from diabetes seem to benefit in many cases I have read. Diabetic peripheral neuropathy has been often been treated with several sessions of this Chinese practice, and people have shown a great improvement in their painful neuropathy symptoms. In fact, in a small percentage of persons, the symptomatology associated with neuropathy has totally cleared up.
It has been explored by health experts that this practice often works since many medical problems are caused by imbalances in the body systems. They say that there is a blockage causing these imbalances as there is in diabetic neuropathy, and that this practice helps the nervous systems making a natural flow in the meridians, which are nerves passage ways through the body. The nervous system becomes more regulated, and therefore, helping endorphins, which is the body's natural pain killing mechanism. Neurotransmitters are assisted as well since the brain chemistry is regulated by neurohormones.
If you think that this Chinese practice may help you, talk about it with your diabetic health care team.
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