What is acupuncture ;

Acupuncture is a medical practice with well-established documentation in the treatment of functional diseases aimed at internal balance.. It is done by using needles in specific areas of the skin. It applies for more than 3 millennia in China and since 1657 in Europe. The application of acupuncture is not a barrier to medication or invasive treatment. On the contrary, it enhances the action of classical medicine, works in addition when medication fails to achieve the desired effect avoiding the side effects of drug abuse.

How it works o acupuncture ;

Acupuncture as a therapeutic technique is based on the painless placement of needles in specific areas of the skin which are connected to "meridian" energy channels.. Any disease is considered an energy disorder between yin "parasympathetic" and yang "sympathetic". Their balance alone brings health. Acupuncture recognizes the body as an open system of continuous energy exchange and aims to restore energy by stimulating anatomical acupuncture points.. The skin and its aesthetics reveal the close relationship of the skin with the nerve tissue. So., the skin where the acupuncture is performed transmits the stimuli to special organs, tissues, brain. The pain is discharged through electrical stimulation of acupuncture points, the best tissue perfusion, the secretion of endorphin-serotonin neurotransmitters, known as wellness hormones.

How to become acupuncture ;

As it seems, the term acupuncture or acupuncture in English, comes from 2 words. The Latin word acus which is a paraphrase of the Greek word akis and from the word puncere which means to pierce. It is painless and safe to apply, without side effects and side effects. The needles are thin, sterile, disposable and placed in the ear and body. The residence time of the needles at the acupuncture points is approx 30 minutes, feeling comfortable and relaxed. Sometimes a single treatment session is enough and other times if we have a chronic illness we will need more 1-3 times a week. This is judged in consideration of the result by the therapist together with the patient.


The purpose of acupuncture is to prevent a disease, reduce symptoms of an existing disease, to stop the pain, to deal with addictions e.g.. polyphagia, smoking. Generally to stimulate and rejuvenate the body.


Indications acupuncture


  • Cervical syndrome
  • Migraines, headaches
  • Arthritis
  • Lumbago, sciatica
  • Anxiety, melancholy,
  • Phobias, insecurities
  • Insomnia
  • Neurophytic disorders
  • Allergies
  • Acne, eczema, psoriasis
  • Smoking, alcoholism
  • Obesity
  • Cellulite

It generally brings well-being, well-being on a psychosomatic level leading to a quality of life.


  • Pain treatment, headache, neck pain, lumbago

The action of acupuncture on pain is beneficial, acid and chronic, as reported by studies in the international literature and is indicated in many pain syndromes according to the World Health Organization.

  • Treatment for anxiety and psychosomatic illnesses

Psychosomatic symptoms are due to somatized stress and are not associated with any organic cause. Acupuncture has been shown to bring about energy balance, mental balance, calm so it can eliminate symptoms such as e.g.. irritable bowel syndrome, skin diseases (psoriasis), sexual dysfunction, chronic fatigue syndrome.

  • Anti-aging skin treatment

Harmful factors such as the sun, poor nutrition, Smoking and stress destroy the structures of the skin. As a result, the skin loses its elasticity and moisture. Acupuncture along with special treatments recommended by a dermatologist results in better tissue perfusion, increases the alertness of fibroblasts so that the skin does not have dry skin and is cool and supple.

  • Treatment for weight loss

Acupuncture is done to reduce appetite, bulimia, while activating metabolism, local lipolysis, tightening. The reduction of appetite should be done with a clear reduction of the diet with a low calorie diet. The body is accustomed to reducing food, does not suffer from hunger and accepts it as a pleasant state. Lipolysis is accelerated with local needles and electroacupuncture in areas of high local fat concentration e.g.. belly, hips.

  • Treatment for smoking cessation

Tobacco is addictive and smokers are considered a high risk group for various diseases. Acupuncture is recommended for smoking cessation 5-6 hours before starting treatment. If this is tolerated, it will be easier to stop. The frequency of sessions is daily or at least day after day. Usually 6 sessions are enough. The rate of successful smoking cessation is about 80% to the smoking group determined to quit.