Acupuncture Restless Leg Syndrome

There are certain mechanisms of acupuncture treatment, although not backed with solid evidence, which have clearly exhibited some commonly accepted benefits on our body. One of the most notable effects of acupuncture is that, it can stimulate the central nervous system, which includes the spinal cord and brain, to produce immediate effects. Most people often report an overall relaxed feeling or tingling sensation or even a more energized state of their body and mind after acupuncture sessions. Again, this feeling and experience is largely dependent on the person, who is receiving the treatment and how he/she perceives the treatment.

A satisfying acupuncture treatment is believed to have a relaxing and soothing effect on patients. During the treatment session, patients have to keep calm to ensure this treatment works efficiently. Acupuncture needles will be inserted into the skin, at specific points or meridians, to channelize the flow of Qi or the vital life force. Depending on the patient and condition to be treated, treatment time may vary.

Restless leg syndrome or RLS is characterized by a sudden and uncontrollable urge of moving the legs. It is basically a neurological disorder, affecting people day by day. Symptoms generally strike when patient is lying in bed, especially at night. However, restless leg syndrome symptoms may also flare up during the day time, especially due to prolonged hours of sitting. The condition indicates that blood circulation is compromised in the legs due to some reason, which will be identified at our centre. We will note down the details of each patient, study their medical history, perform a few required tests and plan a course of treatment.

restlessHow Does Acupuncture Restless Leg Syndrome’s Treatment Works?

Restless leg syndrome may be caused due to various reasons, or health complications, which lead to poor blood circulation in the body. Smoking, sedentary lifestyle, and diabetes are some of the contributing factors that could leads to restless leg syndrome. While there are some treatment, such as diet modification and a combination of medicines, the condition needs to be treated at its roots. Satisfying acupuncture treatment is one of the best ways to give relief to a patient who is suffering from this condition.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture is supposedly one of the most effective healing techniques that can stimulate all those parts of our spinal cord and brain that have some role to play in triggering restless leg syndrome. As you know, the principle of acupuncture is to unlock those meridians or channels that prevent proper flow of life force and vital energy throughout the body.

The Benefits of Acupuncture Restless Leg Syndrome

Traditional Chinese Medicine has a completely different perspective and outlook towards the balance of energy inside the body, which often relates to the problem. Complications like restless leg syndrome, in which the legs start feeling over-energized within our system, often makes sense with respect to energy imbalances affecting the body. Skilled practitioners at our acupuncture restless leg syndrome Singapore clinic analyze each and every case to find out the cause of poor energy flow in the system and address the cause. Acupuncture simply aims to balance the entire system; the symptoms that manifest in patients are simple alarms, which are taken into account. The problem, however, may be lying somewhere else.

Acupuncture targets those points and channels of the body that cause restless leg syndrome in men and women. Acupuncturists are keen observers and they observe each and every sign before progressing with the treatment. In due course, this method of treatment can actually help a person to recover from RLS completely. However, results, in case of acupuncture treatment, are likely to vary from person to person. Nevertheless, anybody who undergoes acupuncture will experience a healthy body and mind.

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