Building Endurance Through Acupuncture: Maintaining your Healthiest Self 

 November 28, 2022

By  Steve Hoffman

Just what is Your Training Routine missing?

Physical activity is the initial start in moving toward a healthy lifestyle and living a long life for many. By having a consistent workout, or a training routine, a person's overall well-being and quality of life can be improved.

Exercise boosts wellness and endurance by keeping the body moving and releases natural hormones like dopamine, serotonin, or endorphins into the brain, spinal cord, and muscles.

There are so many natural benefits to staying active, but there can also be some challenges as people age and try to maintain that golden routine.

The treatment of acupuncture is known and trusted by millions of people. Among its long catalog of what illnesses or predicaments it benefits, pain is one of its most common calls for treatment. 

Implementing acupuncture into a training routine would be a decision that heightens your fitness journey to the next level.

Acupuncture contributes to the lifestyle of putting your health and wellness first by being able to help you snap back healthily and maintain consistency when your body needs to.

How to keep your body going 

A training routine with dedicated consistency will, at some point or another, be felt in one's muscles, ligaments, and/or tendons. When the treatment of acupuncture is sought out for instances like these, the body's natural pain-relieving chemical works like a charm in reducing post-workout aches and pains.

Feeling elated after treatment is also common with acupuncture. It has a history of decreasing soreness in the body and loosening the body's muscles, which will promote better sleep and rest for continued training.

The quick, non-invasive fine needles keep you in a place to stay on your grind. While pain is inevitable, especially for those who put a strain on and vigorously exercise their body, acupuncture is the key to easing those post-workout symptoms and reducing your rest days.

Understanding Recovery and Healing with Acupuncture

Serious injury to any muscle, tendon, or ligament while training will no doubt hinder your journey to a better life of wellness. Where there is Injury, consistency can be compromised in routine training.

What if I told you even your recovery process could greatly benefit from acupuncture treatment?

The treatment and teachings of acupuncture go beyond its expectations by being linked to providing incredible results to unfortunate discomforts, mood challenges, and intense physical turmoil.

Acupuncture rebuilds and preserves your muscle mass, can help heal or manage soft tissue damage in a ligament, and encourage a tendon to heal through its inflammatory effects. Acupuncture prevents stiffness and muscle atrophy. This promotes improvement in flexibility, mobility, and range of motion.

By getting acupuncture done during your recovery, you'll experience not only faster, deeper healing but also much-needed relief from your aches and pains. Your body will undoubtedly become stronger for continued Training plans, if any, after recovery.

Stamina and Maintaining your Healthiest Habits

A life maximized in wellness, health, and fitness is even more enhanced by acupuncture.

Feelings of euphoria and the release of intense pain have pushed many acupuncture patients to an exceptional level of endurance and increased stamina for their Training Routine. When your body feels good, your motivation to keep going only increases.

For more on acupuncture's benefits to a training routine, see this article.

Princeton Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Our patients know just how effective treatments are for these and a host of other problems. Steven Hoffman, a New Jersey Licensed Acupuncturist and Diplomate in Oriental Medicine, will provide you with a thorough intake and evaluation and a clear, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan that will insure that your goals are met or exceeded. Do you want to move past these or other problems? We will help you thrive not just survive!

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