How Acupuncture Can Make A Difference For Tremors and Associated Conditions

Acupuncture has been around for a long time, although it has primarily been a form of healing practised primarily in Asia up until the last century. It focuses on natural techniques, and it has the potential to help with a wide variety of medical issues. While many people realize that acupuncture can help those with common symptoms such as back pain and migraines, its effects on more complex conditions such as hand tremors, which are common in Parkinson’s patients are less widely known.

The Research

Research indicates that Parkinson’s patients who undergo acupuncture report more mobility after having the treatment. In addition, they are able to achieve some level of pain relief. Those patients that were treated with acupuncture also reported that they felt better overall and that their quality of life was improved. These are all results that the patients themselves attributed to having this form of natural therapy.

While they do not know exactly how it works, scientists theorise that acupuncture causes the brain to release neurotransmitters like dopamine in the brain. These neurotransmitters are crucial for people that are suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, an increase in their production can bring about beneficial results for people suffering from this condition.

In addition to the release of neurotransmitters, acupuncture also appears to activate and stimulate serotonin in the body. Serotonin is commonly associated with positive moods and feeling good. Therefore, this may be the reason why patients feel an increased sense of wellness after the treatment.

Finally, through acupuncture, acetylcholine is also stimulated; scientists think that this helps the patients remember more clearly, which is often a big relief to people with Parkinson’s. Acupuncture treatment is, therefore, helpful for people with Parkinson’s disease and other related conditions. What is not known, however, is how long the benefits of the acupuncture will last. Still, it is obvious that repeated treatments are useful for patients with tremors and memory loss.

The studies show promising results. However, every patient is different. Some may respond very well to treatment while others may not show any obvious benefits. Therefore, results are not guaranteed.

More research into this area is needed. However, there certainly is a positive basis for treatment.


A patient with Parkinson’s disease should do their research before selecting an acupuncturist. Any individual that they work with needs to have the proper training and certifications and follow ethical and hygienic guidelines.

Acupuncturists need to know a great deal about the human body. They must also be well versed in their field and have sufficient training. It may be a good idea to look for someone that has experience in working with Parkinson’s patients.

Several institutions help set the bar for acupuncturists in the United Kingdom. For example, any acupuncturist registered under the British Acupuncture Council must have a certain level of training.

The Acupuncture Society is also another governing body for acupuncturists that ensure high standards of practitioners and continuing professional development.

In addition, you can also look for a professional acupuncture college that trains their students to a high standard of proficiency. Several acupuncture colleges have training clinics for their students to use in order to learn their skills. Visitors can go to receive treatment and many offer the option to either be treated by an instructor or by a student, depending on their budget and needs.

Final Thoughts

If you have Parkinson’s disease, or if you know someone who has who may benefit from acupuncture treatment to help alleviate some of the pain, stiffness and tremors, it is certainly worth a try. Studies show that acupuncture helps many people, and they continue to go back to receive treatment over time. Furthermore, it is pleasing to most patients to know that they are receiving a completely natural approach to their condition.

Bozeman Athletic Clubs & Gyms Ranked In 2017 Report

Recently we sat down with Jason from InBusiness Inc. His team at InBusiness have recently started publishing video reports intended for local and national business owners. These reports essentially boil down to the brass tacks what is happening in a specific market. And while they may require time, experience, and close inspection (which often cannot be outsourced) the team at this marketing agency has claimed they will continue to produce more and more similar reports.

The recent video report from this team can be found here on YouTube at the following url

In the report, Bozeman gyms are ranked and dissected on a variety of standards. Here’s a gist of the ranking made in the video:


The team had this to say when we asked them about how people in the area have responded to these reports,

So far, people have really liked our reports. It’s interesting how nobody, until now, has really dug into the innards of what’s going on online. When we make a report, it’s like we’ve already won. We take the report, fire it off to our friends, and the feedback has been great. One person responded back within minutes after we published it and said they had never seen this sort of info anywhere after being in business for over a decade!

Stay tuned for more. We’re getting more and more great topics related to health, health business, and others from readers every day.

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Everyone’s Getting Older: Is It Possible To Naturally Cure Shaking Hands?

Shaking hands a.k.a trembling hands or hand tremors are one of the most difficult conditions that affect almost every task a person performs. Whether a person goes to eat, shave, write or hold something, all of these tasks become tough due to shaking hands. Although the condition can occur at any age, it is more common in people who are over 40 years of age. The researchers have not been able to pinpoint the exact reason for this condition, but they suspect the cause to be some form of abnormal communication between the central brain areas.

There are many things that can affect the central nervous system of a person. Excessive consumption of coffee, alcohol, or tension and anxiety also can result in hand shaking. You can cut down on whatever is applicable to see whether the tremor reduces. Some other causes may include Parkinson’s disease, old age, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, medications, low blood sugar levels, and thyroid issues. If there is a serious underlying cause for your condition, you need to see a doctor and start treatment for the issue. But if it is only a benign cause, such a condition can be termed as essential tremor. This condition can affect any part of the body though it mostly affects the hands. Essential tremor can be easily relieved with effective natural cures. This article provides information on how to naturally cure shaking hands.

Most of the time, hand tremors occur due to stress and anxiety. Herbal teas are considered the best natural cures for this condition. Teas prepared using herbs such as chamomile, wild thyme, cloves, lavandula work wonders for this condition. Once the stress levels go down, the hand tremors will naturally disappear. You can also use lavender oil, tea tree oil or chamomile oil to relieve the condition of hand tremor.

Valerian is another herb that helps reduce the stress and anxiety of a person and helps him or her sleep properly. Mix grounded valerian root with a few ounces of water and consume it after 20 minutes. Do this at least twice a day for best results in relieving hand tremors. Vitamin B complex can calm your nerves to a great extent. Eat foods that are rich in vitamin B complex such as egg yolk, whole grains, beans, and leafy vegetables.

The aforementioned article provides information on how to naturally cure shaking hands.

A Fan Site Revamped, Upgraded And Ready For More Keri

It’s been quite awhile since you’ve seen us in action, but we’re back and ready to pack some punches here on Unfortunately, life gets in the way and running such a site can become second fiddle to other more important matters. But I’m proud to announce the relaunch.

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