How Acupuncture can Improve sleeping patterns
Acupuncture's sole aim is to refine the quality of life and overall wellness. Acupuncture is used as a treatment for a plethora of bodily and mental stressors. Consistent sleep that is Good in quality is key to being on top of your health and wellness. Through treatment, Acupuncture naturally brings your mind to peace, and helps you to feel elevated and relaxed, the perfect recipe for a good sleep!
Acupuncture's magic for the sleep-deprived:
For many, Acupuncture is a way to unwind or destress. Seeking help for Insomnia through Acupuncture will enhance and promote:
- Bodily Relaxation
- Sense of well-being and mindfulness
- Consistent Sleep Routine Development
- Better Quality of Sleep Through the Night
- Decrease Restlessness
Obtaining the sleep of One's Dreams:
The calming effects listed above can be thanks to natural hormones released into the body upon Acupuncture treatment. When fine Acupuncture needles get inserted into the appropriate Acupoints for sleep deprivation, your body's natural melatonin hormone kicks in. Acupoints for Insomnia are Sanyinjiao (Sp6) and Shenmen (A77). The chemical released; Melatonin is best known for its effect to lull you to sleep. Using Melatonin as an external oral supplement has been on trend. However, with its more organic and holistic approach, Acupuncture provides Melatonin to the body naturally and could benefit millions of people who prefer the route of Alternative medicine. Acupuncture's effective results in helping Insomnia, even after the first treatment, are huge steps toward improving anxiety and taking control of your wellness. Weekly appointments for about 4 to 6 weeks will show outstanding results in improving your Insomnia and overall sleep health.
When should we seek help for restless nights:
Acupuncture's assistance with sleeping goes beyond only helping with Insomnia. Acupuncture is cumulative and works in many ways for different bodily or mental troubles. In instances where Chronic Pain is keeping you up at night, Acupuncture is recommended and incredibly beneficial. Acupuncture can also be progressive for other sleep disorders like Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Many people live with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and are entirely unaware they have it. Sleep Apnea can be responsible for multiple kinds of sleep disturbances and contributes to not being properly well-rested. Acupuncture's treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea promotes a reduction in the progression of the Epworth sleepiness scale (ESS), Apnea hypopnea index (AHI), and low blood oxygen saturation (LsaO2). Acupuncture results in a better quality of sleep for moderate to severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea patients are substantial.
On The Journey of Finding Fulfilling Shut-Eye:
Everyone suffering from sleep deprivation should put more effort into truly understanding how Acupuncture can be exponential in healing sleep health and becoming well rest not only physically but mentally. Acupuncture has worked wonders for thousands of years in naturally bringing the body to ease. Sleep Deprivation and Insomnia are commonly or not taken seriously. Why ignore when a natural solution has benefits beyond your body's imagination? Acupuncture will always be and has been one of the best ways to treat Insomnia and other sleep troubles. If Pharmaceutical drugs aren't the best option, Acupuncture surely can be the saving grace. Acupuncture will provide the solution to sleep problems like Insomnia by enhancing your Qi, naturally stimulating the body's sleeping chemicals, and maintaining consistent treatment.
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!