YinsClinic.com Shares Controversial Facts on Acupuncture to Induce Labor

Industry: Health & Fitness

Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic recently published a write-up that revealed to the general public the research behind acupuncture to induce labor. It showed the outstanding benefits the treatment does for pregnant women and how it improves the chances of a successful delivery. Visit their blog at https://yinsclinic.com/acupuncture-to-induce-labor-in-frisco-tx/ to learn more about this discovery.

Frisco, TX (PRUnderground) July 15th, 2019

Since ancient times, acupuncture has been used to treat a wide range of ailments. This includes allergies, anxiety, depression, headaches, and other common illnesses. This is because acupuncture restores energy balance to the body, promoting natural healing.

One of the greatest benefits to acupuncture is that it can help pregnant women to deliver more successfully and safetly. It reduces fatigue during labor and improves the overall health of the mother and child.

In an article released by Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic, a study from the University of South Carolina revealed that 70% of subjects who used acupuncture to induce labor at 39 weeks were more likely to go into labor naturally. It also saw a reduction in delivery rate by C-section of nearly fifty percent.

In another study involving 2,200 participants, acupuncture was also shown to result in greater cervical ripening, improving delivery times and cases.

Couples interested in improving their chances of having a child are thus advised to consult an acupuncture clinic to learn how acupuncture works and how often they should have the treatment.

Under the “Benefits of Using Acupuncture” subheading in the article, Yin’s Clinic noted:
“Traditional Western medical techniques for inducing labor include manual methods such as ‘sweeping’ the cervical membranes and ‘breaking the water’, as well as hormones such as relaxin and drugs like oxycontin. But drugs can have side effects and require additional interventions such as C-section and epidurals.

Using acupuncture points for inducing labor, on the other hand, prepare the patient for childbirth by naturally releasing hormones. This would result in a smoother delivery that is less painful and stressful for the mother.”

Click here to view the article.

Individuals interested in getting an acupuncture treatment are invited to visit Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic at 5899 Preston Road, Building 8, Suite 801 Frisco, TX 75034 or call them at (972) 668-2626.

Learn more about acupuncture and its benefits at Yin’s Clnic blog.


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About Yin’s Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic

As one of the best acupuncturists and oriental medicine doctors in the Dallas Area, Dr. Yin brings to her patients a wealth of knowledge obtained from her training in China followed by 24 years of practice in acupuncture and herbal medicine. At Yin’s clinics, patients are given ample time to explain their symptoms and complaints, and are offered the best service and treatment.

Our goal is to provide effective, all-natural, non-surgical, and drug-free solutions to chronic pain, fertility disorders, nervous system disorders, and other internal disorders.

Our clinic in Frisco, TX, has extensive experience in treating various diseases and symptoms; particularly in musculoskeletal disorders, pain management (such as migraine), and stress-related illness. We aim to provide treatment of the highest standard and expertise in traditional Chinese medicine within a relaxed and friendly environment.

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