You may need to see Hijama/Cupping specialists from time to time in your life, maybe for different reasons each time.
Hijama/Cupping is used to get rid of the pain. However, it can be used as a treatment in other conditions too, like stroke, morning sickness, sprains, migraines, menstrual cramps, and premenstrual syndrome, hypertension, insomnia, chronic neck pain, chronic back pain, chronic muscular pain, pain in the head, chronic pain in legs, allergies, osteoarthritis, anxiety, depression, respiratory disorders, labor pain, and tooth pain.
Dry cupping is a complementary healing modality rooted in traditional Chinese medicine. Proponents of this modality say cupping can treat pain and restore order in the body by unblocking disturbances in the circulation, energy channels and pathways of the body
Wet cupping creates a mild suction by leaving a cup in place for about 3 minutes. The therapist then removes the cup and uses a small scalpel to make light, tiny cuts on your skin. Next, they do a second suction to draw out a small quantity of blood. You might get 3-5 cups in your first session.
Facial Cupping Therapy
Facial cupping promotes circulation, which may help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, decrease puffiness, and more. You can experiment with facial cupping at home, but it may be best to reach out to an experienced practitioner for your first session.
Anxiety & depression
Cupping therapy helps to alleviate the symptoms of depression by providing overall relaxation to the body and mind.
Headaches & migraine
The expanded vessels exert pressure on the nerves, which causes pulsating pain. Cupping therapy performed on the forehead, cheekbones, and base of the neck results in relaxed muscles and increased blood supply. In a way, it is reversing exactly what causes migraine pain
Treatment might include oxygen, pain relievers, and oral and intravenous fluids to reduce pain and prevent complications. Doctors might also recommend blood transfusions, folic acid supplements and antibiotics. A cancer drug called hydroxyurea (Droxia, Hydrea, Siklos) also is used to treat sickle cell anemia.
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