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Desperate To Lose Weight, Why Not Try Acupuncture?

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Have you ever attempted to lose your baby weight? Have you tried losing weight by dieting? Has the strict eating of only carrot sticks and salads work? If you are tired of starving yourself to death, well perhaps it’s time to change the way you lose weight. It’s a sad fact that Americans spend over 30 billion dollars on weight loss services and products each year. This is an indication that a huge part of the population is overweight and many are spending a significant amount of money to lose weight and become healthy again. So what do you do when you are desperate to lose but can’t? My advice is to turn your back on those exercise gizmos and weight loss pills and consider acupuncture, a weight loss procedure that has been around for thousands of years.

Women are most likely to gain weight during pregnancy. After the birth of their child, they may find it very difficult to get back to the weight they had before they become pregnant. Most would try losing weight the hard way which is starvation, which almost always fail. So, if you want an easier more effective way of getting back or attaining your normal weight, you should try acupuncture.

When you go for Austin’s acupuncture treatment to lose weight, it is very important that you seek a licensed and qualified acupuncturist who has a great deal of experience helping people reduce weight. Since acupuncture is a very precise practice, you need to have an acupuncturist that knows how to treat the right acupoints. The acupoints are connected to energy channels known as meridians. These meridians are where the life energy of the body known as Qi flows.

Acupuncture can elicit fear or apprehension in some people because of its use of needles. The alleged pain associated with the treatment is what scares a lot of potential and this prevents them from enjoying the incredible health benefits of this ancient treatment. The fact is, under the hands of a skilled practitioner, acupuncture treatment does not cause any pain at all. The most a patient would feel is a slight sting that is remotely as painful as an injection. Acupuncturists are trained to determine the metabolism. If a patient has a sluggish or slow metabolism, the acupuncturist will apply needles on acupoints that are known to increase metabolism to help the patient lose weight. The treatment may last for an hour. And apart from the initial sting felt when the needles are introduced into the skin, the rest of the procedure may be extremely tranquil and relaxing to the patient. Where can you find a treatment that helps you lose weight in a manner that is extremely enjoyable and relaxing?

Your acupuncturist may suggest an herbal detox plan combined with acupuncture for losing weight that is if you aren’t breastfeeding. More often than not, herbal supplements are also used to speed up weight loss. People respond differently to acupuncture weight loss treatments. Some may lose three or even five pounds after just one session, while it may take weeks or even months for other patients to get the same results. This may depend on your metabolism. One of the best benefits of acupuncture weight loss treatment is that you have no food or sugar cravings nor hunger pangs! With acupuncture, your body treats food as just fuel nothing more, nothing less. Moreover, with acupuncture you can actually feel your energy levels rising each day.

Acupuncture may be a pretty cool weight loss program but it is by no means a permanent solution to your weight loss problem. Once you have attained your normal weight with this treatment, you need to exercise and eat healthily in order to maintain your weight.

Acupuncture has so many health benefits and weight loss is just one of them. Western medicine has now seen the potentials of this treatment. And so, before you consider costly and painful weight loss solutions such as liposuction, stomach stapling, or prescription weight loss pills, try acupuncture first.

Written by Valerie

June 6th, 2017 at 12:21 pm

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