Acupuncture absolutely helps with asthma. Either acute or long-term. We will usually look into some digestive issues as well and they are usually related. They have an internal-external relationship according to Chinese medicine.
Dr. Maryam Mansouri, Lac. OMD.
Acupuncture can help with some upper respiratory conditions and I have seen some relief for certain asthma conditions as well.
Holly Green AP
Acupuncture can assist in balancing and correcting the flow of energy (Qi) in the body, and removing blockages from the lung meridian, which in turn, may help you breathe better.
The following is information about the researches of acupuncture for asthma: http://www.healthcmi.com/Acupuncture-Continuing-Education-News/1841-acupuncture-relieves-asthma-attacks
Acupuncture can help people with asthma by relaxing the smooth muscles in the air pathway and reducing allergic sensitivity.
There is no need to place needles on the chest or the throat area.
Fine needles are placed on the extremities, i.e. arm, leg, ear, scalp, etc., to stimulate the nervous system and the brain to regulate muscle tone and the autonomous nervous system.
Please feel free to contact our clinic if you have any questions.
in combination with Chinese herbs!
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First, congratulation for having a new born.
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can treat asthma. Yours came from locking of Lung and Kidney energy which cause short of breath and easy trigger asthma attack. Acupuncture can help. Please find someone near by, and get treatment soon.
Have a great one
I think it is important to keep your inhalers for emergencies and have your medication on hand too, but acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicines can help greatly reduce your daily needs for them.
Yes acupuncture should be very helpfull.