How Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Help in Pain Relief

For many years now, you have probably heard about Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM. You may have a few friends and family members mention how effective it is and how you should think about trying it out too. The only problem is that you are not fully convinced about the benefits that it could actually bring for you. What is the reason behind that you may ask? It might be because you simply do not understand what acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is and how it could be to your advantage especially when it comes to relieving pain.

If you are one of those curious individuals, you do not have to look very far. This article will help you understand the simple aspect of what both acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is and how it could bring you benefits in your life. You do not have to worry about complicated words that you really do not understand, with this article you will grasp the importance of both practices as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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What is Traditional Chinese Medicine?

This type of medicine has evolved throughout the thousands of years since its start. It is known to reinforce or decrease the elements, such as fire and heat, cold, earth, wind, water/dampness, in the human body. The person who practices this medicine is typically called a TCM practitioner and they have the ability to bring a person’s body back into balance and harmony.

What is acupuncture?

You have heard all about and you have seen it advertised throughout your city. However, you still do not know what it is. Acupuncture started in ancient China centuries back and it used to be the technique that the Chinese used to help stray away from diseases so that the human body could be brought back to its perfect harmony when it is out of balance. It uses the insertion of the very fine needles into certain points along the body’s meridian system. The TCM practitioner could somehow control the body’s energy force, and this is known as “Qi,” and this in turn helps restore the body’s internal balance.

How acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine help in pain relief?

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Acupuncture is actually under the general category of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Melbourne and it is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. In Chinese Medicine theory, it is known to control the flow of Qi, the vital energy, along specific pathways. Even non-Chinese individuals have been reported to use acupuncture to help relieve the following pain:

  • Acute and chronic back, neck and arthritis pain (the most common use for acupuncture)
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Fertility and gynecology problems
  • Digestive problems
  • Emotional disturbances, stress and anxiety

A report from the 2007 National Health Interview Survey showed that around 3.1 million Americans have used this form of Traditional Chinese Medicine and reported that it did relieve their pain issues. Although the results are dependent on the person receiving this practice, it really does vary from person to person. Since it is quite difficult to compare acupuncture studies from study to study and to somehow draw out a conclusion from the exact science behind pain relief, the outcomes are still variable.

Many may say that acupuncture gives a person the “placebo effect,” which pretty much means that the power of the mind conquers the pain being felt since they know that acupuncture is treating their pain issues. No matter what the results may be, there are still reports that it really does work. Try it out for yourself and be the judge of your own pain relief by practicing this Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Rinkesh Kukreja is a part time passionate blogger, technology enthusiast, The founder and editor of HowZzDat - How of Everything. He started out with one website as a hobby and now loves writing articles on various niche.

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