Look Your Best With Professional Cupping Therapy By A. A. Telek Massage Clinic
Cupping therapy is a very ancient form of alternative medicine that originated in Egypt and China. In cupping, therapy a therapist puts special cups, made of glass, silicone, bamboo or earthenware, on your skin for a couple of minutes to create suction. People go for cupping therapy alternative medicine for many purposes, for example, to help relieve physical pain, inflammation, natural healing, blood flow, and joint ache, relaxation of muscles, detoxification and maintaining a healthy well-being.
Cupping therapy act as a type of deep-tissue massage, which dates back to ancient Chinese, Egyptian and Middle Eastern cultures. Ebers Papyrus, one of the world’s oldest medical textbook describes how ancient Egyptians used cupping therapy to heal diseases.
It was relatively unknown to majority of the people living in Australia. But today cupping therapy is considered as an alternative therapeutic method for curing all types of pain in the body. There are two types of cupping therapy, Dry and Wet. In both types, your therapist puts a flammable substance such as herbs, alcohol or paper in a small, transparent cup and set it on fire. As soon as the fire goes out, your therapist puts the cup upside down on your skin. When the air present inside the cup cools down, it creates a vacuum. This vacuum enables your skin to rise, it lets your blood vessels expand and redden the top most surface of your skin. The cup is usually left on your skin for about 3 minutes.
Cupping Therapy alternative medicine
What makes Cupping Therapy so effective in today’s world is its numerous health benefits that often outweigh the benefits of modern medicine techniques. The biggest advantage of cupping therapy is that it does not pose a risk of any unwanted side effects caused by surgery or pharmacological drugs. In fact, it has been observed that there is no downside to trying alternative practices like cupping, since they can help boost your immune function and also speed up the healing time, without using any medications or herbs.
Cupping Therapy is being increasingly seen as a great sports medicine as it has proved to be extremely effective for Olympic athletes. It lowers their stress, physical pain and promotes relaxation as well. It also increases motion and helps athletes gets rid of subtle tissue lesions in certain areas of the body, helping them improve their performance and reduce muscle cramps and stiffness. Tennis ace player, Andy Murray also uses cupping in conjunction with other treatments for relaxation and to relieve stiffness in his body and help address his back injury.
Cupping Therapy helps you look your best because it can help remove all the harmful toxins from your body. It stimulates the flow of fresh blood, Qi and lymph to the affected area, as well as, throughout the body. Cupping has worked wonders for patients with colds, coughs, flu, back and muscle pain, poor blood circulation, anxiety, red itchy skin conditions, allergies, aches, fevers and myriad other pains.
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Cupping therapy helps pain release and detoxification.
Cupping therapy an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep tissue and remedial massage.
Ancient healing art Get popular again, for pain release and wellbeing.
Cupping therapy and sports medicine
Cupping therapy many times parts of The sports massage Olympic athletes who obviously swear by cupping. They want to ease the pain of muscle and, because of the doping regulations, they have to be careful with many types of medicines. So any drug-free method to alleviate their pain is helpful.Some athletes have been known to use cupping therapy to naturally improve performance and reduce stiffness, muscle cramps, joint pains and scar tissue caused by injuries.
Some athletes have been known to use cupping therapy to naturally improve performance during competitions and reduce stiffness, muscle cramps, joint pains and scar tissue caused by injuries and overexercised.
Couple therapy for wellbeing and sports
Relax tense muscles
Cupping is thought to release tissues deep inside the body, relax tense muscles and ease stiffness associated with chronic back and neck pains, migraines, rheumatism, and fatigue.
Cupping targets soft tissue by applying local pressure to pain points and areas of swelling. As blood flow increases within vessels and capillaries. Tissues receive much-needed nutrients and oxygen.
- Helps with pain
- Relax the tens muscle
- Promotes Relaxation
- Help circulation
- Boosts Skin Health
- Reduce herpes, cellulite, acne and skin inflammation.
- Cellulite, acne and skin inflammation.
- Helps Treat Respiratory Issues and Colds
- Improves Digestion
- Help sports injuries
- Muscular pain,
- Joint pain, backache,
Natural therapy natural medicine. Part of the Chinese medicine.
Cupping therapy How does work?
During of cupping, your therapist will put a flammable substance such as alcohol, herbs, or paper in a cup and set it on fire. As the fire goes out, he puts the cup upside down on your skin. As the air inside in the cup cools, it creates a vacuum. This causes your skin to rise and redden as your blood vessels expand. The cup is generally left in place for up to 3 minutes. or more.
Suction pulls toxins, pathogenic factors, blood poison, dead lymph and cellular debris from deep within the tissues to the surface.
The vacuum formed by Cupping draws up the old non-circulating stagnant blood and sticky fluids from the area, bringing them up to the surface and away from the injury.The fascia and tissue can be stretched with cupping. The micro-trauma is occurring, the new blood vessels are being formed and the blood and nutrients are starting to flow to the damaged tissue. Healthy free circulation can be restored to the affected area. Creating space for oxygen, living cells and nutrients for faster recovery.
Cupping therapy is ancient healing art. Old as human medicine history, it’s not new. It dates back to ancient Egyptian, Hungarians, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cultures. One of the oldest medical textbooks in the world, the Ebers Papyrus, describes how the ancient Egyptians used cupping therapy in 1,550 B.C.
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