NoMad, New York
1123 Broadway, #418
New York, NY 10010
(212) 924-8034
Cindy E. Levitz, L.Ac. — a licensed acupuncturist in New York City, NY - takes a modern approach to acupuncture, the ancient Chinese medical art of stimulating energetic points on the body to relieve a variety of health concerns. This practice offers customized care to help individuals restore health through pain-free holistic treatment strategies. It is an effective approach to most health issues including back, neck and shoulder pain, fatigue, stress and mood disorders, women's and men's health, digestive problems and others.

Acupuncture for Mood Disorders & How It Helps August 10, 2017

NoMad, Manhattan
Acupuncture for Mood Disorders & How It Helps, Manhattan, New York

For many people with depression, typical prescription treatment options are unhelpful, undesirable, or have unbearable side effects. However, more people are trying natural alternatives, such as acupuncture for mood disorders, and are reporting its numerous benefits. It’s comfortable, relaxing, and patients even fall asleep during treatment. Between the release of endorphins and the decrease in stress hormones, most feel an improvement after the first session.

How Acupuncture Benefits Mental Health

Reduces Negative Feelings 

Over recent years, evidence has been mounting that acupuncture for mood disorders is a successful treatment alternative, shown to reduce levels of depression, as well as anxiety and stress. One study demonstrated better results with the use of acupuncture when compared to antidepressants or counseling, and the benefits lasted about three months longer. Acupuncture can be used alone or in conjunction with other forms of treatment such as talk therapy and medications.  At the initial consultation, the acupuncturist will address these possibilities and discuss what other medical approaches to try as a supplement.   

Corrects Energy Flow

acupuncture for mood disordersAccording to acupuncture theory in Chinese medicine, the hair-thin needles are believed to correct energy blockages and imbalances in your system. This improves the function of the body’s cells, muscles, and organs, and allows the patient's “Qi” — pronounced “chi” — to flow throughout the body. Western medicine, meanwhile, has shown that acupuncture actually prompts the release of the body’s natural painkillers, known as endorphins. Studies involving stressed rats have also shown that acupuncture lowered the levels of stress hormones in these four-legged subjects.

 

If you battle depression, the licensed professionals at Acupuncture and Health in New York City, NY, offer acupuncture for mood disorders. Their modern approach restores health, energy, and mental wellness through pain-free holistic methods. To schedule an appointment today, call (212) 924-8034. You can also learn more about the services they offer on their website.

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