There are a lot of ways to approach healing. Some work, some don’t. Some work for some individuals, while the same approach doesn’t work for others. If the conventional approach to healing isn’t working for you, you’re not alone. That’s why other healing modalities have been around for decades and even centuries. One of those options is to make use of acupuncture points.
The Circulatory System They Didn’t Teach You About in School
If you took Biology 101 in school, you know your body has a circulatory system that involves your blood. It’s like Flavor combined with a local waste management service for your cells.
But did you also know that your body has a system that circulates your natural energy? In acupuncture terms, your meridians help circulate your Qi (chee: vital energy). This supports your body at a cellular level.
Your Meridian System coordinates energy systems in the body by incorporating the Yin and Yang duality.
Instead of having arteries that move blood away from your heart, yin moves energy outward.
And instead of veins that move blood back towards your heart, yang energy moves back to your core.
So How Do Acupuncture Points and Meridians Support Your Body’s Healing Process?
Traditional Chinese medicine uses acupuncture to balance the flow of energy (Qi) via the meridians in your body. When your practitioner inserts needles into specific points along these meridians – aka acupuncture points – your energy flow returns to normal.
Acupuncture points are in the same places that Western medicine uses to stimulate
- muscles, and
- connective tissue.
Therefore stimulating these areas may boost your body’s natural painkillers. So-called tapping therapy also uses the same points.
In addition, acupuncture points can improve activity in your central nervous system. It does this by releasing chemicals into your muscles, spinal cord, and brain. As a result, these biochemical changes can support the body’s natural healing and promote physical and emotional wellbeing.
Of course, people have used acupuncture points to good effect for thousands of years. However, modern technology can now take acupuncture one step further. That’s where microcurrent technology comes in.
How? Over the years, microcurrent devices have combined three things:
- the wisdom of acupuncture and meridians,
- advanced scientific discoveries, and
- a solid foundation of intelligent bioenergetics research.
Together, this balances the body’s energy fields and brings back bioelectrical communications.
However, now that we’re talking about microcurrents, you may be wondering how they fit into this puzzle.
Is There Electricity in the Body?
The answer is a resounding yes! Your body runs on natural electricity.
Moreover, if there were no electricity, your brain wouldn’t work! Everything operates under the command of electrical signals that run through our bodies.
Electricity keeps us sparked up and carries messages from one place to another.
Electric signals communicate almost instantaneously from one cell to another to another. You can therefore imagine what happens when damage occurs on a cellular level. Damaged cells slow down – or halt – electrical communications. As a result, this slows down or stops bodily functions. It also affects the reactions of the nervous system.
However, re-balancing the energy, or natural electricity, in your body can address a variety of health conditions like
- chronic pain
- poor circulation
- lymphatic support
- joint injuries
- muscle pain
Interested to Learn More?
If you’d talk with us about acupuncture points and meridians and their role in healing your body, contact us at Intellbio today!