An effective acupuncture point for anxiety should be well known to all acupuncturists. Anxiety is a common condition that affects millions of people around the world. We have seen an incredible uptick in the number of patients that are afflicted with way too much stress and anxiety. In this blog and video we are discussing one of the most effective acupuncture points for anxiety, in order reduce stress.
Which Point Is One Of The Best For Anxiety?
You may be familiar with the acupuncture point known as Stomach 36, or “the barbiturate point.” This Point is located on the left side of the body, you may remember that the right side St36 is the caffeine receptor acupoint. Let's take a closer look at how electroacupuncture at this point can help alleviate stress and anxiety.
Can Treating This Point Be As Effective As Medication?
Research has shown that acupuncture is an effective treatment for anxiety, with some studies showing that it's just as effective as medication. There are a few different ways that acupuncture can help to relieve anxiety symptoms. First, acupuncture can help to release feel-good chemicals in the brain, such as endorphins and serotonin. These chemicals can help to improve your mood and boost your overall sense of well-being. Additionally, acupuncture can help to relax the mind and body by inducing a state of deep relaxation. This can be incredibly beneficial if you're struggling with racing thoughts or insomnia due to anxiety.
Left Side Stomach 36 is the barbiturate analog acupuncture point. Treating it with electroacupuncture will induce a deep healing state in your patients. It will provide a calming effect that is all-natural.
Watch the video to learn how to treat this acupuncture point for anxiety using electroacupuncture, and start providing your patients with the stress relief they need today.
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– Dr Jeremy Steiner DAOM, MSc