What is it?
Auriculotherapy, also known as auricular therapy or ear acupuncture, is a form of alternative medicine that involves stimulating specific points on the outer ear to promote healing and improve overall well-being. The outer ear is believed to contain microsystems that correspond to various parts of the body, similar to reflexology. By applying pressure, needles, or other stimulation to these points, auriculotherapy aims to alleviate pain, treat specific health conditions, and restore balance to the body’s energy. It is often used in conjunction with other therapies and has been found to be effective for pain management, addiction treatment, stress reduction, and more. Auriculotherapy is non-invasive and generally considered safe when performed by a trained practitioner.
Orecolapy was developed by Dr. Paul Nugier in Lyon in the 1950s, first in France and then in other countries. The basic approach to atrial therapy is based on body science that defines the links between the ear pine and the central nervous system across the brain stem.
The ear contains “neural blood vessel complexes” (NVC), whose stimulation has very complex effects not only neurological but also neurological security and even neurological immunity and neural blood vessels.
Contrary to what is commonly thought or thought, atrial therapy is not derived from acupuncture because it does not depend on the very important energy concept in traditional Chinese medicine. In addition, there is a permanent acupuncture point, while in atrial therapy the point can be detected only when there is underlying symptomatic disease (except the main points). Abominable symptoms of addiction treatment phase
People use ear acupuncture to address a range of health concerns, including:
- Chronic pain, especially lower back pain
- Cancer pain and side effects of chemotherapy
- Weight loss and appetite braking
- Drug use disorder
- Digestive problems