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Cupping Therapy is a technique that uses a suction effect to apply rounded inverted cups to certain regions of the body. These cups are put over the skin to produce suction, which aids in the healing process by increasing blood flow.
Cupping improves blood circulation in the region around the cups. This may help to alleviate muscular tension, allowing for better overall blood flow and cell healing. It may also aid in the formation of new connective tissues and blood vessels in the tissue.
The skin is pierced prior to treatment in 'wet cupping.' During the cupping technique, blood flows out of the punctures, which is considered to help the body rid itself of pollutants.
Glass cups, which are spherical like balls and open on one end, are commonly used for cupping. Today's cupping is divided into two categories:
DRY CUPPING: is a suction-only method.
WET CUPPING: may involve both suction and controlled medicinal bleeding.
Cupping is often recommended as a complementary therapy for the following conditions:
Headache or Migraine
Neck and Shoulder pain
Sports Injuries and Performance
Bronchial Congestion due to the Cold or Asthma
Lumbar Disc Herniation