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  • I so want to try #cuppingtherapy ... have you tried it? This therapy is on my TO DO LIST! ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️
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    www.wellandgood.com
    Using a cup as a vacuum for your skin sounds kind of terrifying, right? But it’s not actually painful, and should just feel like light to medium pressure. “I tell my patients it’s a friendly octopus, if there is such a thing,” she says. “The cups are left on the body for five to ten minutes so patients can relax and let the therapeutic effects take place. It’s like a prolonged stretch on the area, which is part of the reason a patient may feel looser if he or she is coming in to address muscle tension,” Smith says.

    What are the benefits of cupping therapy?

    While a single cupping session won’t automatically turn you into the most-decorated Olympic swimmer of all time, it’s believed to come with a host of healthy side effects. While there haven’t been that many well-designed clinical studies on the topic, Smith says cupping can: 🔹Improve blood flow
    🔹Improve immunity by increasing 🔹lymphatic output
    🔹Reduce inflammation
    🔹Calm the nervous system
    🔹Stretch muscles and connective tissue
    🔹Loosen restrictions and adhesions in the tissue
    🔹Provide relaxation
    🔹Optimize athletic performance
    🔹Improve overall wellbeing ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️
    Plus, Smith says, cupping therapy can be offered to many different people with different needs and lifestyles. “It’s used on babies for chest colds or congestion and for individuals who are struggling with infertility,” she says. “A CEO may use it for help relaxing before a big merger, someone may want to use cupping for cosmetic use, and many people simply consider cupping therapy as a quick approach to finding stress relief.”
  • I so  want to try #cuppingtherapy ... have you tried it? This therapy is on my TO DO LIST! ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️
By:
www.wellandgood.com
Using a cup as a vacuum for your skin sounds kind of terrifying, right? But it’s not actually painful, and should just feel like light to medium pressure. “I tell my patients it’s a friendly octopus, if there is such a thing,” she says. “The cups are left on the body for five to ten minutes so patients can relax and let the therapeutic effects take place. It’s like a prolonged stretch on the area, which is part of the reason a patient may feel looser if he or she is coming in to address muscle tension,” Smith says.

What are the benefits of cupping therapy?

While a single cupping session won’t automatically turn you into the most-decorated Olympic swimmer of all time, it’s believed to come with a host of healthy side effects. While there haven’t been that many well-designed clinical studies on the topic, Smith says cupping can: 🔹Improve blood flow
🔹Improve immunity by increasing 🔹lymphatic output
🔹Reduce inflammation
🔹Calm the nervous system
🔹Stretch muscles and connective tissue
🔹Loosen restrictions and adhesions in the tissue
🔹Provide relaxation
🔹Optimize athletic performance
🔹Improve overall wellbeing ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️
Plus, Smith says, cupping therapy can be offered to many different people with different needs and lifestyles. “It’s used on babies for chest colds or congestion and for individuals who are struggling with infertility,” she says. “A CEO may use it for help relaxing before a big merger, someone may want to use cupping for cosmetic use, and many people simply consider cupping therapy as a quick approach to finding stress relief.”
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  • Swolemate 💪🏽😁
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