Maybe you’ve been thinking about getting acupuncture but are wondering how it works or what the benefits are. Or maybe you did get acupuncture but no one ever explained to you how it worked. Well this is just for you.
We have a busy acupuncture clinic here in Minneapolis, but I found time to put together an e-book called “Acupuncture For Cynics“. I’m really excited about this book because it will demystify a lot of notions about acupuncture and Chinese medicine for you. And I’d love to share this with you for FREE!
Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll discover in my e-book Acupuncture For Cynics:
Why Ancient Chinese Medicine Has The Solution To Your Modern Day Health Problems
You have stress. Everybody does. Maybe you suffer from chronic pain. Well acupuncture and Chinese medicine is an effective system that reduces stress and pain quickly. Find out why by reading this e-book.
How Acupuncture Works
The symptoms of your health problems can be exacerbated if you put undue stress on your body. This also retards recovery and can develop into an ongoing, chronic problem if unattended. Tension leads to decreased blood flow and can eventually lead to serious complications.
Acupuncture pushes blood into target areas, quickening recovery time and promoting healing, while eliminating pain and strengthening your body.
Research Studies On The Effectiveness Of Acupuncture Treatments
Scientific researchers found out exactly what happens inside the body when an acupuncture needle is inserted: 1) increase in peripheral blood flow, 2) release of natural, opioid peptides in the central nervous system that perform an important part in the analgesic effect of acupuncture, 3) increase in T cells and other immune constituents, 4) increased activity at nerve “gates”. And much more.
How You Can Benefit From This Approach To Healing
Chinese medicine and acupuncture takes a holistic, or whole-body approach to healing. This takes into consideration how your body, mind and spirit all work together. True health means wellness of the whole self and that means treating the whole self.
How You Can Take Control Of Your Health TODAY!
At our Minneapolis acupuncture clinic you will discover factors that that are affecting your health, including your lifestyle, emotional and mental states. During your acupuncture visits, learn how exercise, nutrition, supplements, meditation or other lifestyle choices can help you and your continuing health. By incorporating acupuncture into your life now, you will be taking an active role in caring for your future self.
If you have had acupuncture before but would like to know more about how it works in practical, straightforward terms, this is for you. This e-book even includes the origins of acupuncture and how Taoist philosophy influenced Chinese medicine.
This is the longest, most informative (complete with research and testimonies) and most powerful educational tool I’ve ever created.
Now you can conquer chronic health problems, pain, and stress using this time tested, effective health care system…Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Whether you are new to Chinese Medicine or if you want to know how to attain optimal wellness, your first move is to download our free e-book Acupuncture For Cynics. Just click HERE.
If you suffer from pain and stress and live in Minneapolis/ St. Paul/ Edina/greater Twin Cities area, click on this link to learn more –> www.orientalmedcare.com. Or call us at 952-831-8080 today to schedule up your first appointment for pain free, optimal health.
About the author: Steven Sonmore is a Licensed Acupuncturist and owner of Complete Oriental Medical Care in Minneapolis, MN. He has over 28 years of experience in the acupuncture and Oriental medicine field, including pain management, Chinese herbology, auricular therapy and nutritional therapy among others. He developed an interest in natural approaches in healthcare after being in an automobile accident and experiencing the benefits of acupuncture first-hand. Steven Sonmore holds an Acupuncture degree from the Minnesota Institute of Acupuncture and Herbal Studies. He earned his acupuncture license in 1994 after passing the national board examinations. He is a member of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota.