Acupuncture and Meridian Balancing

What exactly does acupuncture do to my body? It was discovered by Chinese physicians that people have energy systems in the body that they named ‘meridians.’ These fourteen meridians lay just below the skin and they are in communication with the organ they run over. These meridians have specific points on them that stimulate a weak organ or calm down an over active system. Acupuncture sessions not only help with organ system they also relieve pain and inflammation to injuries by releasing adenosine. Adenosine is a natural pain killer your body makes.

Acupuncture has been used for centuries as preventative medicine and to relieve acute conditions as well as chronic conditions. It is virtually painless

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