Traditional Chinese medicine is a practice that has been around for thousands of years. It is based on the theory that optimal health is achieved or maintained when energy is allowed to flow freely throughout the body. On the other hand, balance and health is interrupted when energy is deficient, excessive or interrupted. The primary purpose of traditional Chinese medicine is to reestablish the balance of energy in the body.
Traditional Chinese medicine is used to treat a variety of illnesses. It is even used during pregnancy. Below are some examples of Chinese prenatal care practices:
Acupuncture is a treatment that involves the use of needles. The needles are used to stimulate certain points on the body. They are also used to unblock the flow of energy. Proponents of Chinese prenatal care believe that women should get acupuncture every month in order to maintain a healthy pregnancy.
Acupuncture is very effective for alleviating the unpleasant symptoms that are often present during pregnancy, such as back pain, nausea, swelling, headaches and insomnia. It also helps alleviate stress, which is very common in mothers to be. Furthermore, acupuncture can help treat breech presentation, prolonged labor and aid in the postpartum healing process.
The reason that acupuncture is often recommended during pregnancy is because it is safe, natural and effective. Acupuncture not only benefits pregnant women, but it can also benefit the entire family.
Additionally, the benefits of acupuncture are well-documented. Studies have shown that mothers who get acupuncture during pregnancy are much less likely to need a C-section. They are also more calm and relaxed during labor and have an easier time delivering.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese herbs are derived from leaves, twigs, flowers, stems, berries and fruits. They can be used to treat a variety of conditions that arise during pregnancy, delivery and the postpartum period. Herbal medicine is often…