10 Benefits of Reular Use of Acupuncture

Acupuncture along with Traditional Medicine is recognized by the WHO as a medical system on par with academic medicine. In China, it has been possible for years to award degrees to Medical University graduates. You don’t have to go to the East to use these methods. You are cordially invited to our office in Warsaw.

The human body has an amazing ability to heal, but our modern lifestyles often make it difficult for many people to realize this potential. Acupuncture, an ancient practice rooted in ancient Chinese medicine, helps promote this natural healing potential. By balancing body, mind and spirit and restoring overall energy balance, acupuncture can help people achieve optimal well-being without drugs or invasive medical procedures.



Stress reduction


Reduced back and joint pain


Relief from headaches


Improving eye health

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a treatment that uses tiny needles inserted into the skin to help balance a person’s energy. Needles are inserted at specific points along the patient’s body that coincide with energy points. This unleashes the body’s natural healing abilities, helping to restore balance to both mind and body.

The philosophy of acupuncture

Traditional acupuncture is based on the belief that the body is controlled by a flow of energy, known as qi (pronounced “chee”), which travels through pathways called meridians. Acupuncturists believe that problems or blockages with the flow of energy along these meridians are responsible for many ailments. Toxins, stress, trauma, hormones and even the foods we eat can contribute to blocking qi.

While some practitioners continue to use traditional qi philosophy, others have begun to take a more integrative approach, backed by research and principles of Western medicine. For example, many modern acupuncturists view acupuncture points as sites that stimulate nerves, boosting the body’s natural pain management and healing processes.

What does the regular use of acupuncture mean?

Regular use of acupuncture means a minimum of one acupuncture treatment per month. The best therapeutic results are achieved with acupuncture treatments in series of 10,15,20 treatments. After each series of treatments, a break of 1-3 months is required for the body to rest.

How to start acupuncture treatment?

At the very beginning, you need to make an initial appointment at our office. During your first visit, we will assess your health condition and perform qualification for acupuncture treatments.

Only after such a procedure can you already receive acupuncture treatments at our office without any problems.

Regular use of acupuncture

Common ailments treated with acupuncture

One of the main goals of acupuncture treatment is to reduce pain and improve overall health. It can be used to reduce pain after surgical or medical and dental procedures. Patients with chronic headaches and migraines can also benefit greatly from acupuncture treatment, and it is also commonly used for muscle and back pain, stress relief and general well-being. Patients with neurological diseases also report relief after acupuncture treatments.

Acupuncture can also help support better functioning of the immune and nervous systems. This, in turn, promotes overall well-being and helps the body heal naturally when illness or injury occurs.

History of acupuncture

Acupuncture is believed to have originated in China in 6000 BC. In the earliest days, acupuncture treatment was performed using sharp bones. As early as 198 BC, ancient Chinese documents were found talking about meridians and qi. These early practitioners theorized that balance and health come from qi, and when it is out of balance, the body struggles with disease.

Acupuncture treatments were first documented in the book “The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine,” which was published around 100 BC. Over the next few centuries, precise acupuncture points were developed and the procedure became mainstream in China. During the Ming Dynasty in the 14th-16th centuries, acupuncture points were officially registered.

The practice fell out of favor in China in the 18th and 19th centuries, when Western medicine took over, and was outlawed in China in 1929. However, over the years it has spread to other Asian countries, especially Japan. It then experienced a revival in 1949 in communist China, and knowledge soon began to spread again. In 1971, a member of the US press corps was treated with acupuncture in China and described his treatment in the New York Times. Americans’ interest in the practice began to grow, and today people across the country benefit from acupuncture treatment.

Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture recognized by WHO as a science!!!

We are extremely pleased to inform you that thanks to the efforts of millions of people around the world, the World Health Organization has recognized Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture as a science on par with academic medicine.

If you are considering acupuncture for the first time, you may feel curious about these techniques. Here are some of the health benefits you can enjoy if you undergo acupuncture treatment:

1. Reduced stress

One of the primary reasons people seek acupuncture treatment is to reduce stress levels. Restoring energy balance and triggering the nervous system response is a key factor in lowering the body’s stress response. According to Healthline, studies have shown that acupuncture lowers stress hormones and improves mood to help reduce feelings of anxiety and increase happiness.

2. Reduce back and joint pain

Pain relief is one of the leading benefits of acupuncture. This technique can relieve tension in the back and neck and ease pain in the joints. It is a drug-free way to solve common pain complaints. It can also reduce inflammation in these affected areas.

3. Relief from headaches

Patients struggling with chronic headaches and migraines who do not want prescription drugs as part of their treatment protocol can find relief with acupuncture treatments. Several studies published in the National Institutes of Health found that acupuncture treatment was effective in reducing both the frequency and severity of headaches among chronic sufferers. It may also be more effective than pain-reducing drugs in treating tension headaches.

4. Improve eye health

Eye strain is a common ailment in the modern world with its heavy reliance on computer and phone screens. Acupuncture reduces eye strain and can also help improve vision for people dealing with problems such as night blindness or lazy eyes.

5. Increased mental clarity

Brain fog occurs when stress and other worries rob a person of mental clarity, making it difficult to think well. Acupuncture treatment can increase mental clarity and reduce the risk of brain fog problems.

6. Reduce symptoms of neurological disorders

Neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, can have a huge impact on a patient’s life. Acupuncture is an alternative medicine option that helps treat these diseases. Clinical studies have shown improvements in language and motor function in patients with many diseases and neurological conditions who seek acupuncture treatment.

7. Reduce individual risk of disease

Patients who routinely have acupuncture treatment enjoy a reduced risk of getting sick because the treatment supports the body’s natural immune system responses. When a person is exposed to a virus or bacteria, the body is better able to fight it off, and the person is less likely to get sick.

8. Less digestive problems

Constipation, heartburn and irritable bowel syndrome are common digestive problems of the modern person. When your digestive system doesn’t work as it should, your overall health and well-being is damaged. Acupuncture treatment helps regulate the health of the digestive system and provide relief from these common ailments.

9. Increased energy

After acupuncture treatment, patients may experience a surge in energy levels. This can help people feel more productive at work and at home.

10. Better sleep

When the body’s energy is in balance and the nervous system is properly stimulated, many people have a better ability to fall asleep at night. Acupuncture has been shown in scientific studies to benefit people struggling with insomnia, and some results have shown that acupuncture actually had greater benefits for patients than sleep medications.

11. Allergy relief

Allergists can use acupuncture to boost their immune response before allergy season begins. Sometimes combined with allergy medications, acupuncture can help reduce allergy symptoms once an attack has started.

12. Blood pressure monitoring

Rising blood pressure levels are a problem in modern society, especially with high work stress and overall levels of obesity on the rise. Regular acupuncture treatment combined with medical treatment for the cardiovascular system can help lower blood pressure levels. This practice supports proper heart function and blood flow, and is sometimes more effective than drugs in controlling blood pressure.

13. Increasing fertility

Couples who are trying to conceive may have faster results from acupuncture treatment. Acupuncture can actually optimize the production of reproductive hormones, and subsequent treatments can support a healthy pregnancy once a woman is feeling her way.

14. Better healing after medical procedures

Acupuncture can help people who have had surgery or undergone cancer treatment heal faster after their procedures. The immune system and wellness support gained from acupuncture triggers the body’s natural ability to accelerate healing.

Acupuncture: a safe alternative to modern medicine

Acupuncture, performed by a licensed acupuncturist in a controlled clinical environment, offers many benefits. In many cases, it gives the same or better results than modern medicine without the risks and side effects.



Increased mental clarity


Reduced symptoms of neurological disorders


Reduced individual risk of disease


Less digestive problems


Increased energy


Better sleep


Allergy relief


Blood pressure control


Increasing fertility


Better healing after medical procedures


Promotes faster recovery


Increases oxygenation of the brain


Accelerates wound healing


Can be used in children


Can be used in the elderly





Are acupuncture treatments safe?

Acupuncture and Traditional Medicines are the safest medical systems in the world. This is evidenced by a report on the safety of acupuncture.

A report on the safety of acupuncture.

Where can I read about acupuncture?
We cordially invite you to visit our medical blog. There you will find a number of articles on acupuncture and its effectiveness.


What is the scope of assistance in acupuncture treatment?

You know the full list of conditions we treat here:

Full List of Conditions

Why acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a WHO-approved treatment method. In addition to being able to treat common conditions without side effects, there is a high probability of curing associated diseases that the patient may not know about. This is because acupuncture promotes the body’s natural ability to heal itself with “homeostasis.” This is why traditional medicine doctors are often called miracle workers.

Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine


Very often you will encounter that a traditional medicine doctor will offer you treatment using treatments and herbs. Below is a list of the most common treatments by type of condition. Keep in mind that this is only a small part of what Traditional Medicine has to offer.

Pain Treatment

Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture is known for its effectiveness in treating various pain foci. Pain is the main spectrum of acupuncture’s effects.

Therapeutic Acupuncture

Very popular in the West. Used by a higher class of doctors PhDs and professors. It has a wide range of applications and is virtually painless.

Cosmetic Acupuncture

A method to beautify the body. Used regularly by Korean and Chinese models to maintain beautiful and youthful skin on the face and body for years to come.


A type of acupuncture applied to the ears through specially designed needles. Recommended for addiction treatment and weight loss.

Regenerative Acupuncture

Used prophylactically as a recovery method for traffic accidents, injuries, sprains, fractures and movement problems.

Weight Loss Acupuncture

Acupuncture supports the body’s metabolic processes. They can be accelerated and affect faster weight loss or increase appetite.

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