If you have ever experienced severe headaches or migraines, you can recognise the onset of one by its many symptoms: localized pain at the top, sides or even front and center of your head, throbbing sensations within the sinus cavities, sensitivity to light and even dizziness and nausea. The typical treatment is to take prescribed medications and lie down in a quiet, dark room. However, what if you can treat migraine pain successfully without resorting to medications? There is an electronic form of acupuncture called magnetic wave therapy which you can do in the comfort of your own home.
Traditional Acupuncture vs. the Electronic Form
The ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture uses tiny needles inserted into various strategic points throughout your body. The thought is that your body is divided into various energy pathways called meridians and if one of them becomes blocked, pain or illness sets in. Inserting the needles at various acupoints work to unblock the energy, allowing proper flow and therefore, pain-free or illness-free existence.
For various reasons (cost or aversion to needles), you may not want to try traditional acupuncture. There is an alternative called electronic acupuncture that you can do yourself. Using a small, handheld device like the Aculife Magnetic Wave Therapist, you can treat your migraine pain or any other malady on your schedule, not anyone else’s.
How It All Works
The Aculife device uses electromagnetic waves delivered through a handheld wand. A detailed hand map accompanies the device which breaks down body functions and highlights the corresponding acupoints. Following the instructions set forth by the Aculife, you would simply touch the wand to strategic spots on the hand and palm, based on where your migraine pain is located.
Keep in mind that it may take several sessions before you realize full relief from this electronic form of acupuncture. After all, if you have been experiencing migraine pain for years, it will take some experimenting, targeting the appropriate acupoints before you find the right combination to suit your needs. However, once you do, you will have a fail-safe way of alleviating migraine pain BEFORE it debilitates you.