Disease Results From The Disruption Of The Flow Of Qi
Historically, Chinese have believed that everything is classified according to Yin or Yang theory. Things that are neither too Yin, nor too Yang are considered more or less balanced. Diseases result from the disruption of Qi flow in the body. Classical Chinese Acupuncture regulates and balances the flow of Qi and the forces of Yin and Yang. That is why it is advisable to go for acupuncture more often than not.
Classical Chinese Acupuncture regulates and balances the flow of Qi (pronounced "chee") and the forces of Yin and Yang
Qi can be described as a vital energy, anything of a particular nature, breath, any of various dynamic phenomena in the body, activity, warming, defense, or relationship. Wei Qi is the outer defense of the body, and prevents disease from entering. Production of blood and fluids, the distribution of fluids, and the conversion of fluids into sweat and urine are all the result of Qi transformation. Implicit in this notion is the movement, or bearing of Qi. Qi bears upward, downward, inward and outward, carrying blood and fluids with it. Qi is simply defined as vital energy, life force, or relationship. Since acupuncture treats the individual, the practitioner will assess each individuals' unique health needs and make recommendations. That is why you should consider consulting me.