Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as qi or chi (CHEE) — believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. The vitiligo is a stubborn skin disease. The Beijing CASU vitiligo hospital uses the electro acupuncture to treat the vitiligo.
Besides that, the acupuncture have the obvious anti-inflammation effect, it can help to release the pain, itchiness. These effects may relate to the neuron, neurotransmitter, and the endocrine system, body fluid, cardiovascular system.
The benefits of acupuncture are sometimes difficult to measure, but many people find it helpful to control a variety of stubborn disease.
Several studies indicate that acupuncture has a significant effect in treating vitiligo. How does acupuncture work for treating vitiligo?
By inserting needles into specific points along these meridians, acupuncture practitioners believe that your energy flow will re-balance. According to the Beijing CASU vitiligo studies, the symptoms show on the skin, but the real cause is originated from internal organ. Acupuncture therapy aim to adjust the internal organ’s balance.
The adjustment of the acupuncture effects includes regulating the blood vessels and the internal organs and tissues. Generally, because of the internal and outer factors stimulus, vitiligo patients blood components change. It further causes the obstruction of the blood circulation. These changes can be regulated by the acupuncture therapy. The acupuncture will help to maintain the internal environment homeostasis, return the body function to normal. The acupuncture has a significant effect to adjust for organ, tissue, cells. The acupuncture therapy also will inhibit the hyperactive of certain organ or tissue, and cells. So it has an obvious effect in treating vitiligo.