All natural laser acupuncture for the treatment of menopausal symptoms. Ease hot flashes. Reduce depression. Stabilize mood swings. End insomnia. Relieve night sweats. Reduce fatigue and stop weight gain.
We combine Acupuncture, the ancient Chinese medicine with 21st century laser therapy (acupuncture with no needles). This targets various pressure points, or energy channels along the body. For example, this has been used to heal chronic conditions. Promote weight loss. And, improve injuries.
Most importantly, several medical studies credit this holistic approach with easing the following menopausal symptoms…
Perhaps the most notable health studies on menopause relief. First, from Turkish scientists. Second, from the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Credits acupuncture with lowering the incidence of menopausal hot flashes. The majority of test subjects enjoyed a 35-precent lower rate of hot flashes following acupuncture treatment. Consequently, that’s a higher success rate than traditional hormone therapy. Most importantly, laser acupuncture is ten times more effective. Additionally, it achieves even better results for menopausal symptoms!
As a result, studies give kudos to acupuncture and its ability to encourage sleep when hormonal imbalance is present. It seems the holistic therapy attempts to regulate hormones. Therefore it reduces sleep problems and other menopausal symptoms. Including restlessness, and menopause-related insomnia.
Additionally, according to the theory behind acupuncture, hormonal system imbalances occur when the internal balance of Yin-Yang energy is disrupted. This is one of the main symptoms of menopause. Acupuncture strengthens and rebalances the Yin-Yang equality within the body. As a result, this restores internal balance and hormone-related symptoms. For example, irritability.
Consequently, another effect of Yin-Yang imbalance. This is when fiery Yang energy overcomes cooling Yin energy. As a result, the body can overheat. Especially during sleep. This occurs due to Yin energy that is weaning during menopause. Therefore causing the body to be unable to cool itself down as quickly.
Acupuncturists who treat menopausal patients using a short series of regular appointments (i.e., weekly), many women reported an noticeable increase in energy levels as well as a decrease in menopausal fatigue due to raging hormones.
Acupuncture has been long credited with opening pathways and improving circulation throughout the body. So it’s no surprise that the instance of spider and varicose vein development would be greatly reduced thanks to overall improvements in blood circulation from regular acupuncture treatments.
Although medical scientists have scratched their heads over how an acupuncture needle inserted into one body part can heal another, there is no doubt of the effectiveness on menopausal patients. Those women regularly undergoing acupuncture therapy report reducing blood pressure, increased blood circulation, which both promote the release natural pain-relieving chemicals (i.e., endorphins).
In addition to increasing appetite and energy levels, menopausal women who underwent acupuncture treatments to restore hormonal balance, reported a decrease in menopause-related depression and overall feelings of negativity.
A hot flash, sometimes called a hot flush, is a quick feeling of heat and sometimes a red, flushed face and sweating. The exact cause of hot flashes is not known, but may be related to changes in circulation.
Hot flashes happen when the blood vessels near the skin’s surface dilate to cool. A woman may also sweat to cool down her body. And some women have a rapid heart rate or chills.
Hot flashes with sweating can also happen at night. These are called night sweats and may make it harder to sleep.
A hot flush is a hot flash plus redness in the face and neck.
Hot flashes vary among women going through menopause. Some women have hot flashes for a very short time during menopause. Other women may have hot flashes for life. Generally, hot flashes are less severe as time passes.
You probably can’t avoid hot flashes during menopause, but there are things that may bring them on more often or cause them to be more severe. To prevent hot flashes, avoid these triggers:
Other things you can do to keep hot flashes at bay include: