February is American Heart Month and February 4th is World Cancer Day. In honor of these occasions we’d like to share with you some information about acupuncture for heart health and cancer support. We regularly treat people for these conditions with acupuncture.
Acupuncture is a useful treatment for hypertension (high blood pressure), and acupuncture is also effective in some cases of arrhythmia as well as for the prevention of recurrence of atrial fibrillation after electric cardioversion.
Recent studies have shown that marijuana is very effective in reducing chemotherapy-induced nausea and many people now turn to sites like https://www.togoweed.co, knowing it as a potential treatment for this. But did you know that acupuncture is also helpful for the reduction of nausea and many other symptoms that cancer patients experience? It can also help to treat postoperative pain, fatigue, anxiety and depression, insomnia, chemotherapy and/or radiation-induced dry mouth, chemotherapy-induced neuropathy, and hot flashes and night sweats in breast cancer patients. Acupuncture is increasingly becoming more common in cancer units of various hospitals. The Value of Acupuncture in Cancer Care is a scientific journal article featuring in-depth discussions on this topic.