In Pain? Find Natural Relief with the HealthPoint™ Device
Most women want pain relief while giving birth and according to Dr David Carr, a clinical lecturer in maternal foetal medicine at St George’s, University of London, acupuncture could work to relieve pain in various conditions.
A growing number of healthcare practitioners are now suggesting that acupuncture could be used for a variety of conditions including pain in labour, cancer, musculoskeletal conditions and even irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Western Medical Acupuncture is the main form of acupuncture used in the NHS and this is being taught by accredited trainers like Carr. The Western Medical Acupuncture system evolved from Chinese acupuncture but using current medical knowledge.
In the analysis of 29 studies, acupuncture has been widely used for its efficiency in treating chronic pain and around 18,000 patients found the treatment effective.
But what if you could receive the benefits of acupuncture for various pain conditions, using a DIY acupuncture device within the comfort of your own home?
Find Natural Pain Relief…
The HealthPoint™ electro-acupressure device allows you the luxury of finding pain relief within your own environment. This non-invasive technique can stimulate or trigger certain points in the body, providing relief for a large variety of painful symptoms.
The HealthPoint™ device can treat various kinds of conditions including back and muscle pain, joint problems, nerve disorders, circulatory problems, sports injuries, allergic disorders, painful eye conditions, ME and CFS, migraines and headaches, skin problems, ENT disorders along with anxiety, stress and depression.
HealthPoint™ is a safe and effective device for use in a variety of health conditions. It can also be used on cats, dogs and horses to alleviate many forms of medical issues, both physical and stress related.
Anecdotally, the HealthPoint™ device has been successfully used during pregnancy, with considerable results. It is advisable however not to use some of the stronger points if you are expecting.
Source: The Guardian