There is a diverse range of acupuncture theories based on different philosophies, and techniques vary depending
on the country.
Acupuncture is accepted as a true to have originated around 100 BC in China, around the time
The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine (Huangdi Neijing) was published, though
some authority suggests it could have been practiced earlier.
The origins of acupressure and acupuncture are as ancient as the instinctive impulse to hold
your forehead or temples when you have a headache. Everyone at one time or another has
used his or her hands spontaneously to hold tense or painful places on the body.
the Acupressure is sometimes very effective to relieve the stress, muscle ache, and help to
improve the blood circulation.
It took almost 300 years for Europe and 400 years for the United States to finally appreciate the therapeutic
value of acupuncture. Findings from basic medical research that acupuncture stimulation causes a release
of endorphins, serotonin, enkephalins, and γ-amino-butyric acid (GABA; a major inhibitory neurotransmitter
in the brain), norepinephrine, and dopamine helped to explain the acupuncture effect on a biomedical and
pharmacological basis that was acceptable to the Western medical establishment.
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Acupuncture can be helpful for hair loss by promoting blood circulation to the scalp and
supporting follicle function. Here is a specific acupuncture treatment for hair loss and balding
caused by alopecia