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  • Allergies

  • A runny nose, watery eyes, coughing, sneezing, itchy and irritated skin are just a few examples of ailments that allergy sufferers experience every year. The fight against allergies is long, often reminiscent of the fight against windmills, and the results of using conventional therapies and medicines are not always effective and satisfactory. When Western medicine fails, you may want to pay attention to alternative agents such as acupuncture.

    According to Chinese Traditional Medicine, qi energy flows freely through our body through channels called meridians that connect selected organs. The free flow of qi guarantees health, but when energy encounters an obstacle in the form of illness, the problems of the whole organism begin. There are special points on meridians that stimulation with needles helps restore balance. What exactly does allergy treatment look like?

  • The most important is proper diagnostics. We know that the most allergens in the air occur from spring to autumn. If allergy problems are our annual problem, it's best to see a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine a few weeks before the start of the allergic season. The doctor should carefully ask about ailments and problems, which will help in choosing the therapy best suited to the patient's conditions.

  • According to the Chinese, the factors causing allergies are two. External, e.g. contact with an allergen or getting soaked in the rain, and internal - broken energy balance between organs (most often energy deficiency in one of them). Allergies have different types, depending on which organ suffers from energy deficiency.

    Acupuncture in the treatment of allergies consists in clearing the energy channels between specific internal organs. Thanks to this, well-diagnosed causes and stimulated appropriate points can suppress any effects of allergies. The goal of acupuncture is to eliminate hay fever and other allergy symptoms. However, the long-term goal is to get rid of the causes of allergies, which will allow you to completely eliminate symptoms or reduce their incidence. Most often, acupuncture when treating allergies is used in parallel with a proper diet.

  • In addition to classic acupuncture, you can also use other therapies that affect the points in your body. These are primarily electropoint stimulation, pharmacopuncture, moxa, laser therapy or meridian massage.

    Acupuncture restores the body's unstable energy balance. Thanks to this, the immune system copes better with allergens. Unlike Western medicine, Chinese medicine deals with the whole body, so in addition to health, the patient's mental state also improves. Conventional medicine treats allergies by administering drugs that suppress inflammation and suppress the immune system. In fact, they don't cure allergies at all.

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