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  • The body’s responses to acupuncture

  • Acupuncture is an extremely complex therapeutic therapy. It consists of many puncture methods and types of needles, detailed diagnostics and the possibility of combining with herbal medicine or acupressure. Also, experience, knowledge and skill of the doctor make acupuncture an alternative and increasingly popular method of treatment. But how does it work? How exactly does the body respond to needle stimulation?

  • Body reactions can be divided into several categories. The first is local reactions, which consist in increasing blood supply, as well as temperature at the puncture site. Insertion of the needle also causes chemical and bioelectrical changes near the stimulation site. In irritated tissue, the throughput of blood vessels increases, and active biochemical compounds are released. The metal needle also causes microelectric phenomena, electrolysis and electrophase. Punctures also stimulate nerve fibers.

  • In the case of pain caused by a disease that causes muscle tension and spasms, acupuncture helps to remove it by irritating the skin, leading to relaxation. Stimulation of the skin with punctures can stop the flow of pain impulses from a sick organ, and thus lead to its extinction. Dealing with pain in this way is not only a temporary solution. Continuous muscle tension caused by the disease leads to a number of other unpleasant ailments. Acupuncture permanently relaxes muscles, prevents their secondary contractions, improves their blood supply and treats all inflammation. Gentle skin pricking helps to block the so-called nociceptive pulsation, which is responsible for pain.

  • Another type are general reactions that are related to the patient's mental sphere, nervous and endocrine systems. Impulse-induced pulses pass through a hill that connects and binds different types of sensation. It is possible that acupuncture stimulates the hill, which stimulates the vegetative and sympathetic system.

  • Reactions and the role of needles in acupuncture

  • Needles activate various types of receptors, including those responsible for pain. During punctures, they send impulses to the brain to help people assess the situation and take action. They are designed to cause an adequate response to pain, which are, for example, escape or defense. Depending on the circumstances, people will react and feel different. He will also be accompanied by appropriate emotions. However, when the patient agrees with the situation because he knows that therapy will eventually bring relief to him, his pain tolerance will increase. Punctures can also distract the patient and reduce e.g. his nervousness.

  • Acupuncture acts on the patient's psyche similarly to hypnosis. The doctor describes to the patient the course of the procedure and the feelings he may experience, which helps the patient submit to the suggestion. This technique also meets the patient. Her detailed diagnostics and individual patient care is to meet the needs of modern man, who is often disappointed by ordinary health care. Acupuncture also focuses on people in a holistic way, without referring them to separate specialists. One doctor is able to help the patient overcome any ailment. It gives mental comfort, which is extremely important in the healing process.

  • Based on: A. Borzęcki, Akupunktura.

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  • A diagnostic and therapeutic method known for millennia with high efficiency and even greater safety of use.

    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

    A diagnostic and therapeutic method known for millennia with high efficiency and even greater safety of use.

  • Doctors practicing this medicine are the best clinical practitioners in the world of many ailments and diseases especially in the aspect of civilization diseases.

    Traditional Medicine
    Tibetan-Mongolian (TMM)

    Traditional Medicine
    Tibetan-Mongolian (TMM)

    Doctors practicing this medicine are the best clinical practitioners in the world of many ailments and diseases especially in the aspect of civilization diseases.

  • The attending physician is a high-class specialist Prof. Enji - internist and clinical professor of traditional medicine and acupuncture.

    Classical medicine - internal medicine

    Classical medicine - internal medicine

    The attending physician is a high-class specialist Prof. Enji - internist and clinical professor of traditional medicine and acupuncture.

  • During her work as a doctor, Prof. Enji met most of the Traditional Medical Systems including Japanese acupuncture and Far Eastern herbal medicine.

    Eastern Traditional
    Medical Systems (TSM)

    Eastern Traditional
    Medical Systems (TSM)

    During her work as a doctor, Prof. Enji met most of the Traditional Medical Systems including Japanese acupuncture and Far Eastern herbal medicine.

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