Acupuncture & Migraine

Individuals suffering with migraine have repeated attacks of severe headache, usually pain occurs just on one side and often with vomitings. Acupuncture is a therapy in which thin needles are inserted into the skin at particular points. It is originated in China, and now used in many countries to treat people with migraine. The needle which are inserted into skin stimulates the nerves to release hormones, such as endorphins, that trigger a response from your body. This stimulation of circulation and immune system claims that acupuncture relieves migraines and tension headaches.

 

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