Does Acupuncture work for ADHD?

Non-Medication Options for Symptoms of ADHD

As an Ambassador with my local Chamber of Commerce, I often meet with new members to introduce them to the Chamber and review all it has to offer. Recently, I spoke with a new Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce member, Yi Luo of Eastway Acupuncture who told me she was making great progress with people with ADHD through her Yi LuoAcupuncture work.

As we got to talk more about her work, I found the results that she has been getting fascinating and her approach, very holistic.

Many people with ADD or ADHD, with whom I work, have expressed interest in learning more about non-medication options for dealing with their symptoms of ADHD so I recorded this video to give you some more information on how it works.

It seems Yi really takes a customized approach to her work, taking into account the energy level of patients, nutrition, exercise, and emotional state before creating a treatment plan.

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Yi reported using a customized combination of treatments including, acupuncture, acupressure, chinese herbs, Tai Chi, massage, cupping, magnets, oils with herbs, lotions, electrical muscle stimulation to name a few.

Results can be achieved in as few as 4 sessions, and she says some people experience relief quicker.

If you are looking for non-medication options to treat ADHD, you may want to consider Acupuncture, acupressure, and other Chinese techniques.

 

 

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