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What Happens to Your Body When You Get Acupuncture Every Week

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DOMINO, a US online lifestyle magazine, focus’ in one of their headline articles on the impact of when you get acupuncture every week. It tells what you can achieve with regular treatments and what you can expect for your health, lifestyle and mind to shift.
We at The Acupuncture Woman in Wellington made the experience that regular acupuncture helps not only chronic pain patients. But also with regular cosmetic acupuncture, we see results not only our patients recognise but also their friends.

Acupuncture is a holistic medicine, treating the body and mind as one system. With acupuncture, you can expect lasting results and in some conditions also quick results within minutes. Other conditions require a longer treating plan with regular visits. We see every patient as an individual, with individual conditions, requiring individual plans to resolve issues they experience.

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Here some outtakes from the Domino article:

According to Dr. Shari Auth, a cofounder of the studio, acupuncture is great for both averting and treating pain.

“We want to see patients once a month, ideally once a week. The reality is somewhere in between,” she says. “If you’re coming in because you have chronic migraines or something like that, I would say to come in every week, and once you’re no longer having frequent migraines, then you can figure out what the rhythm is for you, whether that’s twice a month or once every three weeks.”

When you make acupuncture a preventative treatment in your wellness routine, you’re targeting both mind and body. As Auth notes, it can address long-standing issues like headaches, migraines, PCOS, and carpal tunnel, not to mention stress and anxiety. This more holistic approach to health might just be worth the prick.  

The whole article on Domino you can find here.

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