Let’s take a closer look at the natural workings of acupuncture’s analgesic (pain-reducing) effects:
1. Provoking the Body to Repair Itself
Acupuncture and dry needling stimulates a local self-healing reaction in connective tissue, muscle fiber, and the surrounding cellular environment by provoking local inflammatory defense and self-repair mechanisms that can quickly reduce pain and, over time, repair damage and hypersensitivity in networks of specific, active triggers.
2. Mixing Messages
Acupuncture and electroacupuncture do the same thing as scratching. They temporarily dominate and replace existing pain signals with specific new ones, scrambling the pain messages traveling to the brain. All of this adds up to much needed pain relief. 🍂
3. Turning on Your Body’s Own Painkillers
Acupuncture and electroacupuncture stimulate the brain and central nervous system to release endorphins, employing the body’s built-in painkillers—without risk of constipation, addiction, or overdose. 🍂
4. Stirring the Inflammatory ’Soup’
Another way acupuncture reduces pain is by reducing inflammation or, more precisely, by regulating the activity of inflammatory chemicals, sometimes called the inflammatory ‘soup’. This is an important aspect of how acupuncture can help relieve inflammatory conditions like arthritis and tendonitis.
6. Happy Brain Chemicals
Several studies have shown acupuncture to affect neurotransmitters and their pathways, including serotonin and dopamine which enhance pleasure and reduce the experience of pain. Its influence on these chemicals helps explain the pleasant, relaxing ’high’ some experience during, or after, acupuncture.
Acupuncture may appear to work like a magic pain-relieving wand, but myriad studies support the above six reasons, and numerous others (see here for other examples), as to why stimulating the body with acupuncture helps to reduce pain.
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