Twelve Twelve Acupuncture - AbeBooksSeller Rating:. Condition: Good. Books is in good condition. Some moderate creases and wear. This item may not come with CDs or additional parts including access codes for textbooks. Might be an ex-library copy.
All the books are available in English and German. The first two ones are also available in French. Processing time: 4 working days. Please note significant delay may apply depending on customs. This book is in English , but is also avalaible in French or German. The strategy of the 12 Magical Points is geared at treating complex internal disorders, such as fibromyalgia, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.
A middle-aged male lay comatose in the intensive care unit of a local hospital, with unstable vital signs, trauma to the right cerebral hemisphere, and a fever of o. The hospital staff does everything in its power for eight solid days, but the patient continues to decline.
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Theory behind it
But acupuncturists need to really know their acupuncture channel theory to practise this form of acupuncture. Even so, it is often just as quick to practise as the more normal systems of acupuncture once you've got the theory in your head, that is! And it has the great advantage that the patient gives immediate feedback as to how well the treatment is working. I would say that normally I achieve this within a very few minutes. I then leave the patient to rest for a while, with the needles remaining inserted. Often the patient goes to sleep or sinks into a pleasant reverie. Music can help them reach the right level.
Fifty-two CD patients and 36 healthy subjects were enrolled, and 36 patients were equally and randomly assigned to receive either electro-acupuncture or moxibustion treatment for twelve weeks. The results show that i The ReHo levels in CD patients were significantly increased in cortical but decreased in subcortical areas, and the coupling between them was declined. ReHo changes in several subcortical regions in the electro-acupuncture group, and those of several cortical regions in the moxibustion group, were correlated with reduced CDAI. These findings suggest that both treatments improved cortex-subcortical coupling in remissive CD patients, but electro-acupuncture regulated homeostatic afferent processing network, while moxibustion mainly regulated the default mode network of the brain. It can affect any area of the gastrointestinal tract, and causes main symptoms including persistent diarrhea, abdominal pain, as well as weight loss 1. With young adults being the most prevalent demographic group with CD, this disease may impair their quality of life as well as economic well-being 2 , 3.