Pain, Introduction to Acupuncture, Stress

Latest Review- Acupuncture improves circulation, migraine and stress

Those of you who know me will understand that I don't really do social media.  However I set up a Facebook page for my business a few years ago and, despite it looking horribly out of date in recent times, I have received quite a few enquires from it.  So this week I set about… Continue reading Latest Review- Acupuncture improves circulation, migraine and stress

Fertility Support & Pregnancy, Introduction to Acupuncture, Pain

GPs urged to prescribe acupuncture

An article in Practice Business reports that clinicians across the UK are being urged by the British Acupuncture Council, to consider referring patients for acupuncture treatment.  As funding and workforce shortages put increasing pressure on the NHS, this is a viable option and could help the NHS. Head of research at the British Acupuncture Council,… Continue reading GPs urged to prescribe acupuncture

Introduction to Acupuncture, Pain

7 Ways Acupuncture Changes Your Brain

A recent article in Bustle talks about 7 ways that acupuncture changes our brains, according to research studies.  So here is a summary: Acupuncture can cause your brain to release neuropeptides, to help relieve pain and stimulate the body's self-healing response. Acupuncture can help the brain to produce more of the body's natural pain relievers… Continue reading 7 Ways Acupuncture Changes Your Brain

Introduction to Acupuncture

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Having Acupuncture (but probably should)

For anyone who's new to acupuncture this slightly light-hearted article in Women's Health Magazine clears up some common misconceptions about this wonderful treatment.  It highlights the popularity of acupuncture amongst celebrities, talks about some of the evidence of it's effectiveness in improving fertility and emphasises the fact that acupuncture is not painful - something that… Continue reading 9 Things You Didn’t Know About Having Acupuncture (but probably should)