Improving sleep with Acupuncture

Updated: Sep 17, 2020

Do you wake up many times during the night?

Do you lie awake tossing and turning while your mind is trying to work things out?

The answers to the above questions identify a Chinese Medicine pattern. It is these underlying patterns that help your acupuncturist to identify and diagnose your sleepless issue through the lens of Chinese Medicine.

If you’ve tried other treatments and not had any relief, you may be interested to know that clinical studies and reviews on the use of acupuncture to treat insomnia have shown that acupuncture may have a beneficial effect on insomnia.

Menopausal women are one group who are particularly vulnerable to and experiencing insomnia. The longer term effects of insomnia include

depression, anxiety, memory and cognitive deficits.

Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years in China to treat insomnia. You can put your trust in something that has survived for that long.

The current uncertainty of current world events may trigger many instances where your calm and balance are challenged. Acupuncture is designed to trigger your body to restore, revitalise, re balance re align and renew.

Get your meridians balanced and flowing so that you can return to that place of inner peace, and calm. Switch off the part of your brain that is in flight or fight mode and allow your body and mind to totally relax.

Call 022260096929 to book your appointment

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