Acupuncture Cleveland can be a beneficial way for maintaining the health of one’s eyes and mouth and is known in treating various kinds of eye and mouth disorders. Acupuncture is a very safe and drug-free modality. It is an ancient medical technique used by the Chinese for 4000 years. Acupuncture treatment for eyes involves applying acupuncture points with hair thin needles near the area of the eyes to stimulate circulation of energy along the energy pathways or meridians to enhance blood flow to the eyes. Proper blood flow to the eye area nourishes the eyes keeping them healthy and resilient to diseases. The acupuncture points labeled UB1 and UB2 are the sites where acupuncture treatment is usually performed for eye problems. These points aid in treating cataracts, night blindness, blurred vision, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, redness, excessive tearing, inflammation and pain, facial paralysis and light sensitivity.
Muscles in the face are connected to each other, and a disorder in one organ can affect the other organ in the face. Hence, acupuncture points for curing eye disorders can also be applied for curing mouth problems. Acupuncture points in the ears and neck can also be used to treat mouth disorders. Some of these problems are:
Toothache – Pain can range from mild to severe pain that prevents one from eating or chewing properly. Acupuncture is performed near the affected site. This treatment improves blood circulation and detoxifies that area. It is very potent in pain mitigation of toothaches.
Gingivitis – A swelling of the gums that can cause bleeding, redness, bad breath and severe pain. Gingivitis is the result of poor nutrition and poor blood flow in the area. Acupuncture in this site enhances blood flow and generates more energy in that area.
Pharyngitis – A swelling of the pharynx and is commonly known as sore throat. Children are especially susceptible to these diseases. Acupuncture acts to take away coughing and thins the phlegm to allow for its respiratory expulsion. It also boosts the immune system to prevent sore throat reoccurrence.
The acupuncture for disorders of the mouth and eyes can be a complex matter. The acupuncturist, apart from treating the disorder will recommend healthy living and proper nutrition to avoid getting these disorders. There are some acupuncturists who specialize treating problems relating to the organs in the face and it is better to consult with an acupuncturist who has extensive experience in this field. It is advisable to consult with a health provider when looking for an acupuncturist. Sometimes they will recommend acupuncturists to help treat ailments such as chronic pain which conventional medicine has failed to cure. It is usually the case that acupuncture is the treatment of last resort for many patients suffering from years or even decades of chronic pain.