No problem. Acupuncture is an excellent therapy to promote circulation all throughout your body whether you feel hot OR cold.
This claim was supported by a 2015 study using photoplethysmography (PPG), a technique used to detect blood volume changes in small blood vessels. The results published in Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits demonstrated that acupuncture induces “significant elevation of peripheral blood flow.” Modern studies continue to confirm the many positive benefits of acupuncture recognized by TCM for thousands of years.
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From a Chinese medical standpoint, we are adjusting the organs ability to function and setting the body to coordinate with the other organs functions, so it works smoothly on it's own. In other words, it helps the blood circulate because it helps the breathing and digestion circulate - together they "build blood" and "move blood".
Always have your physician check you out for correct diagnoses and referral or recommend to the right specialist. In TCM, "qi" is the driving force. If qi is stagnated or not flowing smoothly then blood will be stagnated. Qi and blood compliment each other. TCM has acupuncture techniques to help move the qi and also herbal medicine to help with qi and blood circulation.
Studies involving acupuncture have pretty consistently shown that it is, at least in part, stimulating the parasympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system. This is part of the nervous system that acts in opposition to the "fight or flight" side.
There are a lot of potential effects which can result from activating the parasympathetic system and one of them has to do with relaxing blood vessels. This allows blood to flow more freely contributing to increased circulation.
If you decide to try acupuncture, please make sure you're seeing an NCCAOM board certified acupuncturist. You can start with the "Find a Practitioner" link at NCCAOM.org to find someone local to you.