FAQs on Acupuncture
What Does Acupuncture Treatment Feel Like?
This is a sign that Qi is stimulated properly. It should be noted that the fine needles are much thinner than those you may have seen in a blood test. The hair-like needles are often unnoticeable in the skin.
How Many Treatment Sessions Will I Need?
After the conditions have improved slightly, you may be able to reduce your treatment sessions to once every two weeks or once a month. Furthermore, acupuncture can be applied as a preventative health care method that helps to resist sickness and disease.
How Will I Feel After Acupuncture Treatment?
How Should I Prepare for an Acupuncture Treatment?
You should also avoid drinking any beverages that will alter the colour of your tongue, teas, coffee and alcoholic beverages for example. Finally, wearing loose clothing makes the examination easier. Loose clothes can be rolled up to provide access to acupuncture points around the body.
What Should I Do After Each Treatment?
Does Acupuncture have any Negative Side Effects?
Should Teenagers or Children Have Acupuncture?
How Does Acupuncture Improve the Health?
Should I Let My GP Know that I am Seeing an Acupuncturist?
Should I Continue Taking My Meds?
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