Stress

Acupuncture for Stress

Stress is an unavoidable part of life. Even the most joyous occasion (getting married, starting a new job, the birth of a baby) can cause stress to our bodies, which in turn affects our health. Stress leaves an imprint on your mind and body that can not easily be relieved without adopting some strategy to counteract it. Popular techniques used today include yoga, massage, meditation and acupuncture and herbal medicine.

Acupuncture helps in detoxifying the body from the ill effects of stress. Acupuncture relieves the physical symptoms of stress that accumulate in your body such as tension and pain in the neck, back and shoulders. Another frequently occurring symptom of stress is headaches and migraines. Additionally, people who are under high levels of stress often have high blood pressure. All of these symptoms can be effectively treated with acupuncture and herbal medicine.

Acupuncture can leave the body feeling calm and relaxed, improving circulation while it calms the mind and strengthens the body. Acupuncture is a safe treatment for people of all ages; from pregnant women to the elderly. Children and teenagers have also been found to benefit from the results of acupuncture for stress relief.

At Coral Gables Acupuncture your well-being is our top concern. If you are interested in acupuncture for stress relief we highly recommend trying our highly popular manual therapy treatment! Manual therapy is a hands-on technique which, when coupled with acupuncture, can provide the deepest level of relaxation and total mind/body wellness. Manual therapy is performed in conjunction with your acupuncture treatment and is available 6 days a week.*

Our clinic is a quiet, relaxing environment where patients easily feel at home. You can expect to feel very relaxed during your treatment and may even fall asleep.  If you or a loved one are suffering from stress, we would like to help.  Contact us to find out how acupuncture can help get you on the path to better health today!
* Clinical results will vary for each patient depending upon the history and intensity of the problem and the general overall health of the individual.