Comments for East Coast Acupuncture & Herbs http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com Providence Acupuncture, Herbs & Altenative Medicine Thu, 05 Jul 2018 06:52:00 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 Comment on A Nice Audio Post Format. Yup. by jauhar http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/a-nice-audio-post-format/#comment-252 Thu, 05 Jul 2018 06:52:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/spruce/?p=41#comment-252 Nice Information. http://moya.online/

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Comment on A Nice Audio Post Format. Yup. by Kevin Cook http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/a-nice-audio-post-format/#comment-250 Wed, 13 Jun 2018 10:29:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/spruce/?p=41#comment-250 Thanks for updating a useful information about the water. Most useful information update to me.
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Comment on How Many Acupuncture Treatments Will I Need To Get Better? by Linda Rinaldo http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/how-many-acupuncture-treatments-will-i-need-to-get-better/#comment-248 Wed, 04 Apr 2018 12:43:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=38#comment-248 I have gone for 6 sessions for treatment of my Rheumatoid arthritis pain. It has helped but for how long do I need to have these treatments?

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Comment on Problems With Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine by cloudskimmer http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/problems-with-acupuncture-chinese-medicine/#comment-244 Wed, 03 Jan 2018 20:45:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=67#comment-244 Unfortunately, this article is by a practitioner, and fails to include the adverse effects of acupuncture. Acupuncture needles can be very painful; some people experience severe pain from the needles. Infection is a very real possibility, since practitioners don’t practice sterile technique. The skin is not cleaned prior to needle insertion and the acupuncturist’s hands are ungloved… and who knows when they washed their hands last. The needles aren’t examined after being removed, so if a piece of the needle is left behind, it won’t be noticed until it causes problems. None of us want a piece of stainless steel worming it’s way around our bodies, and this is a risk of acupuncture treatments. Acupuncture can cause nausea and vomiting. And the worst effect is that of organ perforation. Patients have died from having their lungs or heart penetrated by an acupuncture needle. Since the acupuncturist has no imaging to guide the needles, they won’t know whether they have perforated an organ, and due to lack of medical training won’t know what to do it it happens. An Olympic athlete from Canada had her career ruined when her acupuncturist perforated her lung. She had to undergo major surgery and is still suffering.

As studies have improved by using retractable needles and blinding the treatment groups, it is clear that acupuncture is just an elaborate placebo. Its effects are fleeting and subjective, and have no effect on the course of any disease. Since there are no positive effects, the only possible permanent effects are harmful. With only downsides, and no upside, it doesn’t make sense to use acupuncture.

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Comment on What Will I Feel Like After an Acupuncture Treatment? by Jaque Christo http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/what-will-i-feel-like-after-an-acupuncture-treatment/#comment-242 Wed, 25 Oct 2017 14:19:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=66#comment-242 I’ve never done acupuncture but all my friends swear by it and I’ve been meaning to try it. I have constant migraines and am always exhausted due to not sleeping and stress. Is that something acupuncture could help with? I will have to look for one in my area and finally make an appointment. Thank you for the post.
http://www.acupunctureismylife.com/acupuncture.html

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Comment on What Will I Feel Like After an Acupuncture Treatment? by Anonymous http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/what-will-i-feel-like-after-an-acupuncture-treatment/#comment-223 Wed, 24 Aug 2016 16:17:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=66#comment-223 I always figured that you would be sore or tense after an acupuncture treatment, not relaxed! I’ve always been curious, but the thought of the needles scares me. Maybe it’s time I got over my fear and gave it a try so I can get some deep relaxation in my life. http://www.rosechiro.com.au/services

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Comment on I Don’t Like Needles, Does Acupuncture Hurt? by Anonymous http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/does-acupuncture-hurt/#comment-222 Wed, 22 Jun 2016 22:37:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=87#comment-222 I always feel pain during my treatments – lots of pinching when the needles go in. I always feel better after my treatments, but I don’t look forward to the treatments themselves. I have to think long term in order to stay positive about the experience. I just wonder if I am alone in this because every website out there talks about how it doesn’t hurt and, I’m sorry, but it does.

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Comment on 5 Things to Consider When Planning Your First Visit to an Acupuncturist by Anonymous http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/your-first-visit-to-an-acupuncturist/#comment-221 Thu, 05 May 2016 17:25:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=84#comment-221 I’ve thinking of doing acupuncture to help with tension headaches that I’ve been having. I was a little nervous about what to expect and how to prepare, and these tips help to ease my concerns. I especially like the tip to have three issues to focus. i’ll make sure to do that before go in. Thanks for the information! http://www.drreedmoeller.com/specialties

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Comment on What Health Issues Does Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Treat by Anonymous http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/what-health-issues-does-chinese-medicine-acupuncture-treat/#comment-217 Mon, 19 Oct 2015 22:01:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=83#comment-217 Beautiful website! What do you think about getting acupuncture during the menstrual cycle (for something not period-related). Is it not advised?

And as a sex and relationship coach I giggled at your sentiment. “Off the hook?” As if sex is a chore! If I’m partnered during menstruation I need to have intercourse – it’s the only thing that relieves the cramps (now that I’ve discovered acupuncture for it, that’s alleviated it.)

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Comment on I Don’t Like Needles, Does Acupuncture Hurt? by Anonymous http://www.eastcoast-acupuncture.com/does-acupuncture-hurt/#comment-215 Thu, 28 May 2015 11:13:00 +0000 http://demo.themebeans.com/base/?p=87#comment-215 Hi – I’d love some advice as to why when I get acupuncture I feel such intense pain? Could I take a sedative before going or will that defeat the purpose? I go for weight loss and anxiety – it works miracles but for forty minutes I am in a highly painful highly conscious state of hell. Should I switch to acupressure?

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