Suffering from Back Pain?
Using our easy to use portable Needle-less Acupuncture kit can help to overcome pain and improve your overall health.
Most everyone suffers from upper or lower back pains at one time or another in their life. Some people find that the pain comes and goes while others have to endure it day in and day out.
What causes aches and pains?
The root cause is not always easy to detect. It can be a sign of other health problems, therefore you must search for the root cause, and then find an appropriate relief and hopefully a permanent cure.
Whether acute or chronic, back pain could be a result of bad habits which can eventually lead to pain.
It could be a poor posture while standing or sitting, wrong footwear and walking habits, or sleeping on a too soft mattress.
Female pelvic, and kidney/bladder problems in both sexes or an abnormal curvature of the spine can be a cause of back pain.
Sciatica or severe lower back pain travelling down along the nerves can result from a bulging or herniated disc pressing on the root of the sciatic nerve. Ask your doctor to have an X-ray or MRI performed to rule them out.
Also, many doctors believe that even severe back pain can be a result of deep-seated emotional or stress-related problems.
Using our non-invasive Acupuncture Stones treated with Nanotechnology dissolves pain on neural and energy channels.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been used for thousands of years, and the Acupuncture doctor sees most pain, including back pain as an energy imbalance. Even here in the West, Acupuncture is becoming a treatment of choice for many people as pain relief. Also, Chinese Herbal Remedies in a pill form or in topical plasters or liniments can provide effective relief for back pain.
Know Your Body’s Strengths and Weaknesses
According to TCM, the kidneys are the foundation of life. As we get older the aches and pains we experience are usually associated with Kidney Yin and/or Yang weakness.
One or a few visits to a well trained Chinese Medicine doctor in your area could give you an understanding of your body’s strengths and weaknesses.
By asking questions you would know which of the patterns of disharmony is predominant in your particular situation and learn about the acupuncture points or the herbal remedies to be used.
Acupuncture for Sciatica
You may consider using Acupuncture, done by a practitioner or by learning yourself to apply our non-invasive Acupuncture. It is easy to learn.
Acupuncture for back pain relief has lasting effects. Dr. Michael Haake, of the University of Regensburg, Bad Abbach, Germany stated, “Acupuncture gives physicians a promising and effective treatment option for chronic low back pain, with few adverse effects or contraindications”.
D.I.Y. Needle-less Acupuncture enhanced by Nanotechnology
The newest, most convenient method as a relief for back pain is non- invasive DIY Acupuncture. Our Healing Disks are designed to replace needles in Acupuncture. The tourmaline, nanotechnology treated stones last for years. They can be self-applied over and over again to painful areas as well as to prescribed acupuncture points.
These revolutionary products are now used in many hospitals in China for varied conditions including back pain. The stones can also be used to build the immune system, and they are great for facial and overall rejuvenation.
Our beautifully fashioned Healing Kit comes with 10 Tourmaline disks nestled in their small pockets, a roll of surgical tape, a bottle of surface liquid and an instruction booklet for 83 different conditions including back pain. The Holistic Healing Disks are the best tools you can have as a relief for back pain as well as for healing yourself completely.
Other Tips for Defeating Back Pain
Always bend your knees when picking up something.
Do not use the small muscles in the back when lifting objects – use arms, abdominal muscles and bent knees.
In an acute phase of backache avoid meats and animal protein products – they contain uric acid, which can aggravate the back and leg pain.
Avoid highly acidic foods such as tomatoes, peppers, oranges, eggplant, caffeine, chocolate, and white flour or sugar products.
Sleep on a firm mattress with your knees bent and head supported by a pillow.