Seven taboos that need to be kept in mind
Acupuncture is a method of traditional Chinese medicine to treat diseases. Although acupuncture treatment is relatively safe, you must pay attention to it when doing acupuncture. So what are the contraindications of acupuncture in Chinese medicine?
The precautions for acupuncture are described in detail below.
Moxibustion is a kind of external treatment created by chronic working people in the long-term struggle with diseases, which can regulate the function of the internal organs, thereby achieving the purpose of health maintenance such as delaying aging, strengthening the body, and reducing aging.
In ancient times, there were even proverbs such as “Don’t moxibustion with people in Zusanli” and “Moxibustion in Fengmen Cave”. Both men and women must moxibustion 4 times in their lifetime, that is, moxibustion at the age of eighteen.Prevent colds; 灸 Moxibustion of Sanyinjiao at the age of 24 to predict reproductive ability; 灸 Moxibustion of Zusanli at the age of 40 to promote spleen and stomach function and prevent disease; 灸 Moxibustion of Zusanli and Quchi to prevent vision loss in the elderlyBright and strong teeth.
Acupuncture does have a lot of benefits, but there are some necessary precautions for acupuncture in traditional Chinese medicine: 1. Excessive fatigue, high mental stress, and obesity should not be acupunctured; acupuncture for the elderly and infirm should be placed in a supine position, with fewer acupoints and better handsLaw light.
2. Acupuncture in pregnant women should not be too fierce. Acupuncture is not allowed in the abdomen, lumbosacral region, and acupoints that can cause uterine contraction, such as Hegu, Sanyinjiao, Kunlun, and Yin.
3, because children do not cooperate, generally do not leave needles.
Forbidden needles in infants and children’s cardia and Fengfu, Dumen acupoint.
4, patients with bleeding disorders, or often have spontaneous bleeding, after the injury is not easy to stop bleeding, acupuncture is not appropriate.
5, skin infections, ulcers, wound marks and tumor sites should not be acupunctured.
6. Eye area, chest and back, kidney area, neck area, gastric ulcer, intestinal adhesions, abdomen in patients with intestinal obstruction, and pubic symphysis area in patients with urine retention should master the depth and angle to avoid direct puncture and prevent accidental injury to important visceraDevice.
7. Acupuncture does indeed have excellent curative effects for some, but it is not a panacea, especially for the treatment of severe and severe diseases. Comprehensive treatment should be adopted in a timely manner according to the situation in order to be more beneficial to patients and can also give full play to the role of acupuncture.