All posts tagged "Acupressure"
Acupuncture Found To Be ‘Safe and Effective’ Alternative To Dangerous Painkillers
Acupuncture is a ‘safe and effective’ alternative to pain-relieving drugs according to a recent study published in MJA.com.au. The study examined 528 patients with acute low back pain, migraines and ankle sprains who were rushed to hospital...
- Posted June 28, 2017
Acupuncture Better Than Medication For Boosting Fertility
Infertility is a big issue for many couples and when the female is struggling to conceive it can be an emotionally charged experience. Yet being unable to conceive is often due to imbalanced hormones and an ill-functioning...
- Posted September 19, 2016
7 Simple and Natural Ways To Beat Anxiety
Anxiety is the feeling of fear and dread that can leave your chest feeling tight, make your heart race and your palms sweaty. It can lead to behavioural changes and stimulates the ‘fight or flight’ response within...
- Posted August 18, 2016
Experiencing Chronic Pain? Find Relief with HealthPoint™
One hundred million Americans are estimated to be suffering with chronic pain during any given time. As more people are becoming aware of how addictive prescription painkillers can be, many are starting to look for alternative means...
- Posted November 18, 2015
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.
- Posted October 15, 2015
Find Relief For Your Pain with the HealthPoint™!
Acupressure, a bit like acupuncture, is an ancient Chinese form of medicine involving the insertion of needles into certain points along the body’s “meridians” or purported energy pathways. Except with acupressure there is no need for needles...
- Posted August 19, 2015
Fertility drugs may not work, but Acupuncture can help!
Research on conventional infertility treatments that monitored the results of 580 couples in Scotland found such treatments to have absolutely no benefit. The research involved 5 hospitals using artificial insemination and the infertility drug Clomid. By contrast, another...
- Posted October 25, 2014