Acupuncture can help alleviate your menopausal symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, mood swings, fatigue, irregular periods, loss of libido, vaginal dryness, and other menopause related symptoms.
A study on acupuncture for menopause reported by ABC News revealed that women who received acupuncture showed significant drops in the severity of their hot flashes.
“Researchers suggest the reason why acupuncture may work for women suffering from hot flashes is that the treatment is able to boost the production of endorphins and that could help stabilize body temperature.”
What you should know about acupuncture and menopause.
If you suffer from night sweats, hot flashes, and other symptoms of menopause, there is an alternative to hormone therapy.
Did you know that:
Menopause is a natural and important part of every woman’s life
70% of woman experience symptoms related to menopause.
Hormone therapy carries serious health risks including heart disease, stroke, and blood clots.
Hormone therapy nearly doubles the risk of a woman developing heart disease within the first two years of the treatment.
Acupuncture has over 2,000 years of clinical history.
Acupuncture is one of the most holistic medical systems available today
Acupuncture has no inherently dangerous or troublesome side effects.
Americans make around 15 million visits to acupuncture practitioners per year
How to choose an acupuncturist
Not all acupuncturists are created equal!
Acupuncture is one of the fastest growing modalities in the United States and more and more health and medical practitioners are jumping on the bandwagon.
A qualified acupuncturist has accrued over 3,000 hours of acupuncture and Chinese medicine education, which is between three and four years of schooling.
Unfortunately, more than 50% of acupuncturists in the US have a mere 300 hours of acupuncture training or less.
Only licensed and fully qualified acupuncturists are included on TryAcupuncture.org. To find a practitioner and get started on the path to optimal health and wellness, contact TryAcupuncture.org today.