3 Benefits of Acupuncture

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Acupuncture is sometimes used as a last resort for people suffering from chronic pain, depression or illness.  Other people visit their acupuncturist a few times a year for a “tune up.”  They feel fine, but want to keep their body aligned and their energy balanced.  Whether you visit your acupuncturist regularly, or are debating a first time visit, there are some added benefits to acupuncture that go beyond treating an ailment.

 1.    A better night’s sleep.

 People who suffer from insomnia often seek out acupuncture as a source of treatment.  Even if you don’t see sleep as an issue, acupuncture can help you get forty winks.  Reports of deeper sleep, waking up less often during the night, and feeling more rested each morning are all common in acupuncture patients.

 

 2.    More energy during the day.

 In addition to a better night’s sleep, acupuncture can help your energy levels rise.  In the hours and days following an acupuncture session, it’s common to feel more awake and alert than usual.  Acupuncture does this by stimulating movement throughout meridians, or channels, that connect the surface of the body to the internal organs.  Steady movement of meridians not only leads to more energy, it can help alleviate any illness or pain you may be feeling.

 

3.    Less stress.

 Many of us deal with so much stress, it’s become “normal” to live with a certain level of it.  Acupuncture can even out your mood, helping you feel less affected by stress.  Stress will always be there, but acupuncture can help you be better prepared to deal with it on a daily basis.

 These are just a few of the many benefits regular acupuncture can bring to your life.   If you’re looking to improve your state of mind, want to take preventative measures to keep yourself healthy, or are looking for relief from chronic pain or illness, acupuncture may be a helpful solution.  Contact The Washington Center for Pain Management to see if acupuncture is right for you.