Mental Health & Addictions

Transform Your Pain into Healing: Discover the
Power of Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the most popular forms of alternative medicine in the United States. Chinese practitioners introduced it to the U.S. nearly 40 years ago. This treatment has been widely used in the U.S. healthcare system. Serial medical research and experimentation with the healing powers of acupuncture has led to the discovery of a highly promising weapon in the fight against chemical dependency.

The benefits of acupuncture in treating drug and alcohol addictions include:

  • Acupuncture’s ability to regulate the nervous system, tranquilize the mind, and relieve tension. It helps a person relax by raising the level of endorphins in the nervous system, which decreases cravings and alleviates a person’s withdrawal symptoms.
  • Acupuncture’s tendency to improve the functions of your internal organs, such as your liver, lungs, and kidneys, which detoxifies your body’s systems.
  • Acupuncture’s ability to strengthen the body’s immune system, build up energy levels, and promote general health.

Although acupuncture may not be a physiological cure for drug addiction, there is a consensus that acupuncture has a soothing, relaxing effect. This is extremely helpful to people experiencing any kind of lifestyle change, especially a change as large as drug withdrawal. Many experts in the medical community believe that acupuncture is beneficial for addicts seeking this kind of change.

However, to truly beat addiction, individuals need to learn to make decisions based on their own sense of self-worth and confidence that they can change their environment.