WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY

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WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY Acupressure therapy and acupuncture therapy are oriental therapies that use specific points on the skin which are similar. Except for the fact that in acupuncture therapy the influential points are punctured by needles, wherein in acupressure the same points are pressed by fingertips or other suitable appliances. * What is the difference between acupuncture therapy and acupressure therapy? An acupoint can be stimulated with different methods. Acupuncture and acupressure are both methods used to stimulate acupoints.

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MEANING OF ACUPUNCTURE AND ACUPRESSURE :

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Beginners Guide To Acupuncture: Meridian: An invisible line Connecting Acupuncture points of common Minimum Properties. Xi cleft: Points used to treat acute conditions. Alarm Points In Acupuncture Therapy: Useful for diagnoses These points become tender (painful on pressure). Yuan Souce – Points used to treat chronic diseases. Jing – Well: Overcome emergency conditions.Sudden fainting, heat stroke, convulsions, cardiac/ respiratory arrest.These are life-saving points. Local Points: That lies very close to the diseased organ or part of the body.These points are

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Limitations of Acupuncture:

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Limitations of Acupuncture: No needling on the carried arteries which may lead to the problem rather only put pressure acupressure No needling on the vital organs or directly on the organs No needling near the eyes Do not cure things related to cancer TB AIDS HIV etc For children start with Acupressure No need for links on the belly button genital organs and also no Acupressure No need to do all points with needles No Acupressure and acupuncture on pregnant

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