When using preventive measures, acupuncture and east Asian Meridian Therapy can be very beneficial in assisting the aging process, which may help patients to manage a range of symptoms including pain, stress and fatigue.
Preventative Care: Anytime you can take care of something before a problem develops, it will save you time and money in the long run.
Classical Chinese Medicine (East Asian Meridian Therapy – EAMT) and Traditional Chinese Medicine however views the underlying cause of pre-mature aging as a form of degeneration. In the Huangdi Neijing (Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic) states: “one who is over 40 years of age will only have half of his yin-qi left”, that means the body’s fundamental substances and physiological functions has declined greatly in one’s 40s.
To age healthfully, we need to protect our energy and vitality. This involves maintaining overall good health, eating a balanced diet, having the proper amount of sleep, a positive mood, avoiding extreme stimulation from the outside environment and maintenance treatments with, Classical Chinese Medicine (EAMT) for being healthy as you age. Chinese Medicine treatments can help with, chronic pain related to depression by managing the underlying chronic pain. It is a great way to improve efficiency the longevity of your body and halt premature or unhealthy aging.
East Asian Meridian Therapy treatments along with good nutrition and a balanced lifestyle are aimed at achieving 3 objectives:
- Keeping Skin young by bringing vitality from a core source from within the body functions. This can aid in assisting skin to remain healthy and vibrant.
- Delaying physical aging by highlighting distribution of nutrition and oxygen to the cells. This assists in reducing acid formation in the body and can aid some forms of degeneration.
- Delay mental aging by aiding the bodies capacity to clear impurities from the blood and heighten nutrition and oxygen to the blood and nervous system.
Maintaining healthy skin involves replenishing blood and activating its circulation, nourishing with nutrients in the body for lubrication.
Generally, by the age 40 most people begin to experience a myriad of aging maladies ranging from heart disease, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, obesity, arthritis, stroke, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Many simply feel tired, anxious, depressed and unfulfilled; they may also feel out of shape and complain of aches and pains – all of which may be sub-clinical signs and symptoms of aging (We can choose to be healthy by choice or prolong getting good health.)
Causes of aging range from decreased hormonal production and toxic overload to blockages and congestion limiting oxygen and nutrients to the cells. We all have this, some more than others. The treatment from acupuncture assists restoration by restoring vitality, balancing body functions, activating circulation, nourishing hormones, removing impurities through the eliminating organs and manages pain, stress and fatigue related to autoimmune disorders hence having a calmer, healthier effect on the body as a whole holistically.
Toning Facial Muscles
Facial acupuncture is a full constitutional treatment that views the face as an extension of meridians and channels of the body which flows from the feet to the head.
When the face is treated, the blood flow and circulation increases, carrying nutrients to the cells. The body interprets the insertion of the needle as a “positive” injury which can then stimulate collagen and elastin production.
The Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal protocol is more than just acupuncture. It is deeply relaxing and is designed to treat both, the body and the face itself. This means that as the appearance of the face is treated, so is the overall health of the body. We treat the body as a whole with variations of acupuncture as well as facial acupuncture. This in turn benefits the whole body and the facial muscles.
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Acupuncture is an integral part of Chinese medicine practice, which may help patients to manage a range of symptoms including pain, stress, fatigue and improving vitality of skin.
Skin restoration requires:
- improving Collagen
- reduction of bags and sagging tendencies
- elimination of fine lines and diminishing of large wrinkles
- reduction of double chins and lifting dropping eyelids
- tightening pores and brighten eyes
Acupuncture is carried out:
Firstly, filaments are placed in the body to treat the body as awhole for health and vitality. These fine filaments are the placed at a variety of acupuncture points on the face and neck to improve circulation. This two stage approach allows to assist nourishment to the face. The face lifts via the acupuncture points through the muscles own toning and tightening action while the filaments stimulate circulation. Each treatment is specifically tailored to the individual.
How many treatments are required?
A course constitutes between 10 and 20 treatments. On average, between 10 to 15 treatments are needed. Once a course of treatment has been completed, monthly maintenance treatments are recommended to maintain the benefits on both the face and general health.
Nina is fully qualified in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal Therapy
Nina has upgraded her qualifications in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal ™ taught by Mary Elizabeth Wakefield from the Chi-akra Centre, New York City, USA. Read more about changing the face of ageing at her website.