اثر طب سوزنی در ترک سیگار Medical acupuncture
اثر طب سوزنی در ترک سیگار Medical acupuncture
سیگار کشیدن یک اعتیاد پیچیده و قوی می باشد. که ترک آن برای بسیاری از افراد کار چندان آسانی نمی باشد. برای ترک موفق سیگار و غلبه بر مشکلات جسمی و روحی آن، شما نیاز به روشهای خاصی دارید که یکی از بهترین این روشها، طب سوزنی می باشد.
چندین سال است که از طب سوزنی برای ترک سیگار quit smoking استفاده می شود و بسیاری از افراد با استفاده از این روش موفق به ترک سیگار شده اند.
در تحقیقی که اخیرا در دانشگاه اسلوی نروژ انجام شده است مشخص شده است که طب سوزنی باعث کاهش قابل توجهی از میل به سیگار کشیدن تا پنج سال بعد از درمان می شود.
در این تحقیق همچنین نشان داده شده است که افرادی که تحت درمان ترک سیگار قرار گرفته اند از بو و مزه سیگار
متنفر می شوند و تحمل آن را نخواهند داشت. معمولا یک دوره ترک سیگار، پنج جلسه طول می کشد.
Research for areas such as nicotine addiction or stress tends to employ a model of treatment which is rarely similar to the ways in which a traditional acupuncturist normally works.
The use of formula points, the same ones applied time and time again, does not square with traditional treatment which is developmental and evolutionary.
The results from a session help the practitioner to refine the diagnosis and inform amendments to how they treat the patient on the next visit.
This is all premised on a system of Chinese medicine which aims to balance energies in the body in the simple belief that a system in balance tends to see a reduction in the symptoms which arise from underlying disharmony.
Various forms of addiction, anxiety states and system failures are seen as the alarm bells of disease, and treatment is aimed at correcting the underlying patterns.
The results of the latest reviews are quite consistent: acupuncture is significantly better than. no treatment/basic care for managing migraine, انجمن پزشکان طب سوزنی ایران و اسامی آنها and appears to be at least as effective as prophylactic drug therapy, with few contraindications. or unpleasant side effects (Linde 2009, Wang 2008, Sun 2008, Scott 2008).
Acupuncture has a similar or slightly better effect than sham procedures, which themselves can perform.
as well as conventional drugs, indicating that sham acupuncture is not an inactive. placebo but a contentious alternative intervention. Acupuncture has been found to be cost-effective (Witt 2008; Wonderling 2004).
As well as prevention it may also be used to alleviate symptoms in acute attacks (Li 2009). There is preliminary qualitative.
evidence from patients that acupuncture can increase coping mechanisms as well as relieve migraine symptoms (Rutberg 2009). انجمن پزشکان طب سوزنی ایران و اسامی آنها Migraine is thought to begin as an electrical phenomenon in the cerebrum that then affects blood vessels, biochemistry, and causes neurogenic inflammation.
Acupuncture can help in the treatment of migraine by:
Providing pain relief
– by stimulating nerves located in muscles and other tissues, acupuncture leads to release. of endorphins and.
other neurochumoral factors and changes the processing of pain in the brain and spinal cord (Zhao 2008, Zijlstra 2003, Pomeranz, 1987)
Reducing inflammation – by promoting release of vascular and immunomodulatory factors (Kim 2008, Kavoussi 2007, Zijlstra 2003).
Reducing the degree of cortical spreading depression (an electrical wave in the brain associated with migraine) and plasma.
levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide and substance P (both implicated in the pathophysiology of migraine) (Shi 2010).
Modulating extracranial and intracranial blood flow (Park 2009).
Affecting serotonin (5-hydroxytriptamine) levels in the brain (Zhong 2007).
(Serotonin may be linked. to the initiation of migraines; 5-HT agonists (triptans) are used against acute attacks.
Many people with migraine can be adequately treated when the attacks occur, but some need prophylactic interventions.,
as their attacks are either too frequent or are insufficiently controlled in this way. Several drugs, such as beta-blockers, amitriptyline or sodium valproate, are used in the prophylaxis.
of migraine in an attempt to reduce attack frequency, but all these drugs are associated with adverse effects (DTB 1998).
There have now been many controlled trials of acupuncture for migraine, with some large, high-quality ones in recent years.
Migraine is a primary headache disorder manifesting as recurring attacks, usually lasting for 4 to 72 hours.
and involving pain of moderate to severe intensity.
Typical characteristics of the headache are unilateral location, pulsating quality, moderate or severe intensity, and aggravation by routine physical activity.