Acupuncture for Migraines

By: Jasmine Mayfair

Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy that involves stimulating some of the over 800 vital energy points in the human body with fine, hair-thin needles to release chi and stimulate the body to heal itself. The most important energy points are on the meridians that run through the body from head to toe.

Chi (pronounced chee), or life energy, gushes through these meridians and energy points.

The blockage of the flow of chi leads to illness and is considered the derivation of many bodily aches and pains. The flow of chi along the meridians can be blocked by illness, bad diet, the weather, and other outside factors.

Most acupuncture practitioners work with patients to form a treatment plan that addresses both the blockages themselves and the things that cause them. These treatment plans, like those of Western Medicine, often embrace diet and daily life modifications to advance the patients’ well-being.

Migraineurs (people who suffer from migraine headaches) need to tell their acupuncturist exactly where they are sore when seeing one for pain lessening. The site of pain is significant due to the substantial number of acupuncture points in the head, face, and neck. Where to apply pressure depends on where the migraine pain is most sharp.

Migraineurs can find continuing relief from their migraines by working with an acupuncturist who specializes in headaches. These consultants do an tailored analysis of the patient to create a long-term treatment plan. Many people who submit themselves to an acupuncture program like this experience respite from migraines for years afterward. For some the headaches stop completely.

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