Gingivitis


GINGIVITIS

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums, characterised by redness, swelling, bleeding easily when brushed, tenderness and with bad breath usually. Swelling deepens the crevice between gums and teeth, where pockets containing pus may develop to cause a condition called pyorrhea. Gingivitis is common and may be acute, chronic or recurrent.
The most frequent single cause of gingivitis is poor dental hygiene with a build-up of dental plaque around the base of the teeth. Other localised causes include tartar, calcified plaque, food traps between teeth and ill-fitting dental plates, caps or crowns. The gum inflammation that often develops during puberty or pregnancy thought to be aggravated by hormonal factors. Gingivitis may also be a symptom of general illness such as in Diabetes mellitus and leukemia and malnutrition especially in scurvy and pellagra Vitamin B3 deficiency.
Gingivitis is treated by control of plaque and correction of any other local or general conditions that give to the disorder. Good dental hygiene with regular tooth brushing and use of dental floss will prevent most gingivitis. Acute ulcerative necrotizing gingivitis is a non-contagious, painful, ulcerating infection of the gums also called trench mouth or Vincent disease. This can develop in heavy smokers or people suffering poor dental hygiene, nutritional deficiencies or physical or emotional stress. The mouth has an extremely bad odor, and the victim may develop a fever. The plaque and calculus irritate the gums, causing them to become inflamed. In time, the bone supporting the teeth may become inflamed. The best way to prevent plaque from building up under the gum line is by flossing daily. The gums can also become irritated by habitually breathing through the mouth, smoking or chewing tobacco, brushing improperly, or wearing ill-fitting dentures. Irregularly positioned teeth can also irritate the gums.
Symptoms develop rapidly over a day or so and include very painful bleeding gums, foul breath, crater like ulcers covered with a greyish membrane particularly on the points of gums between the teeth and usually swollen glands around the jaws. People who smoke or chew tobacco or drink excessive amounts of alcoholic beverages are exposing themselves to an increased risk of developing oral cancer. Oral cancer may be painless and unnoticeable in its early stages. The first symptom may be a small sore in the mouth that does not heal.
Treatment is by the use of hydrogen peroxide mouthwashes to relieve the symptoms, followed by gentle removal of plaque by the dentist. Anti bacterial drugs may also be need. Good nutrition is essential to recovery.
According to the energy concept of acupuncture SuJok, gums inflammation in mainly because of nutritional deficiency, thrush is stomatitis caused by infection with fungus, also associated with the excessive emotional stress; In such cases basic dominant energy which controls is Stomach and sub branch energy of gums mucous membrane is excess of Dryness. One may easily overcome the symptoms of gums inflammation by controlling this energy.
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Hypochondria


HYPOCHONDRIA
Hypochondria are a belief that symptoms are signs of a serious illness, even though there is no medical evidence to support the presence of an illness, also known as Hypochondriasis, a type of somatoform disorder, mental illness in which a person has symptoms of a medical illness, but the symptoms cannot be fully explained by an actual physical disorder.
Such people are very much worried about getting a disease or are sure they have a disease, even after medical tests show they do not have any such disease. Further, these people often misinterpret minor health problems or normal body functions as symptoms of a serious disease. The symptoms are not under the person’s voluntary control, and can cause great distress and/or can interfere with a person’s normal functioning.
As such people excessively focus on the self-health, they have an unrealistic fear of having a serious disease. People with hypochondria are not in a place to control their fears and worries. The way people with hypochondria think about their physical symptoms can make them more likely to have this condition. As they focus on and worry about physical sensations, a cycle of symptoms and worry begins, which can be difficult to stop.
It is important to realize that people with hypochondria do not purposely create these symptoms (malingering). They are unable to control the symptoms.
The symptoms they describe can range from general complaints, such as pain or tiredness, to concerns about normal body functions, such as breathing or stomach noises. People with hypochondria are not faking or lying about their symptoms; they truly believe they are sick.
The signs that a person might have hypochondria include:
•The person has a history of going to many doctors. S/he may even “shop around” for a doctor who will agree that he or she has a serious illness.
•The person recently experienced a loss or stressful event.
•The person is overly concerned about a specific organ or body system.
•The person’s symptoms or area of concern might shift or change.
•A doctor’s reassurance does not calm the person’s fears; they believe the doctor is wrong or made a mistake.
•The person’s concern about illness interferes with his or her work, family, and social life.
•The person may suffer from anxiety, nervousness, and/or depression.
People who have a history of physical or sexual abuse are more likely to have this disorder. However, this does not mean that every person with a hypochondria disorder has a history of abuse.
They seek out reassurance from family, friends, or health care providers. They feel better for a short time at most, and then begin to worry about the same symptoms, or about new symptoms.
Symptoms may shift and change, and are often vague. Such people often look at their own body.
Those who are affected may recognize that their fear of having a serious disease is unreasonable or unfounded.
Expectations (prognosis)
The disorder is usually long-term (chronic), unless psychological factors or mood and anxiety disorders are treated.
But SuJok acupuncture, a powerful tool to cater problems even at emotional level, is enough to give positive results to such people. Otherwise also, when the liver is diseased, it causes pain in the body especially below the ribs on both sides, and then refers to the lower abdomen. As the meridian of the liver supplies the hypochondriac regions, and the liver is externally and internally related with the gallbladder, the occurrence of hypochondriac pain is mostly concerned with disorders of the liver and gall bladder.
The liver is situated in the hypochondriac region. If it is diseased, it will cause hypochondriac pain. The dominant energy of the liver in category of wind prefers to be in a harmonious state with free flow of qi. Emotional depression may restrain the liver function, causing poor circulation of qi in the meridian, often resulting in hypochondriac pain.
If there is any stagnation of energy of the liver or traumatic injuries such as sprain or contusion may cause stasis of blood in collaterals, resulting in hypochondriac pain. Or if there is sprain or strain means deficiency of essence and blood.
Excess energy means stagnation of qi with the main symptoms stifling sensation in the chest, sighing, poor appetite, bitter taste in the mouth, string taut pulse and thin white tongue coating.
Deficient energy means stagnation of blood with fixed stabbing pain in hypochondriac region, intensified by pressure and at night, dark purplish tongue proper, deep and hesitant pulse. It is to be considered if there is lingering dull pain in hypochondriac region, dryness of mouth, irritability, dizziness, blurring of vision, red tongue with little coating, weak, or rapid and thread pulse.
Thus, the SuJok acupuncture is effective to have CURE effect of an ailment. The remission of the disease can be achieved and medicaments’ therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether. The course of treatment is definitely uneventful.
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Breast Cancer


Causes and prevention in breast cancer, one has to change the life style or merge in daily life:
• Consuming healthy food with plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains with other high fiber foods helps strengthening immunity, reducing chances.
• Exercise regularly.
• Reduce fat intake, as extra fat increases estrogen production. More fat in the body and consuming alcohol increases estrogen levels especially after menopause leading to an increased risk.
• Limit or Decrease alcohol consumption or avoid it altogether.
• Women who have undergone menopause and have taken hormone therapy for more than four years with estrogen and progesterone have high chances. It is better to avoid hormonal therapy.
• Estrogen levels having on higher side may increase the risk factor.
• Breast-feeding will lower the risk.
• Women who never breast-feed or not feeding their children are at high risk.
• Conceiving before 30 years of age. Late child-bearing: Women bearing children after the age of 30 years and women who never bear children are at high-risk of being affected with breast cancer.
• Chances are high as the age increases.
• Family history: Chances are high if anybody in the family has suffered from breast cancer indicating genes are responsible.
• Personal History: If women had breast cancer in one of the breast, there is a likelihood of getting affected to the other breast also. Chances of recurrences are high to the same part or to different parts of the body.
• Menstruation: Women with menstruation beginning before the age of 12 years and menopause occurring after the age of 55 years are at high-risk of getting affected with breast cancer.
• Radiation therapy: Young women who have exposed their breasts to radiations due to some diseased condition like Hodgkin’s lymphoma are likely to develop breast cancer in the later ages.
• Pain isn’t usually a sign of breast cancer. If you have pain in one or both breasts, rest assured: It’s probably due to hormonal changes, a benign cyst, a ligament strain or another condition.
• More common warning signs of breast cancer include a palpable lump, a change in the size or shape of the breast, puckering of the skin, nipple changes (like scaling or discharge), or increased warmth.
• Women with very dense breasts are twice more likely to develop breast cancer. “When breast tissue is dense, the cells grow and multiply at a faster rate.
• Get your folate. While experts say that an overall healthy diet may help prevent breast cancer, a growing body of research suggests that getting enough of the B vitamin folate (in leafy green vegetables, beans and fortified cereals)
Most importantly;
a. Sugar is a cancer-feeder. By cutting off sugar it cuts off one important food supply to the cancer cells.
b. Milk causes the body to produce mucus, especially in gastrointestinal tract. Cancer feeds on mucus. By cutting off milk and substituting with unsweetened soymilk, cancer cells will starve.
Water-best to drink purified, or filtered, to avoid known toxins and heavy metals in tap water. Distilled water is acidic avoid it.
SUJOK ACUPUNCTURE: The goal of Acupuncture is to promote health and ease pain and suffering. The perspective from which an acupuncturist views health and sickness hinges on concepts of “vital energy,” “energetic balance” and “energetic imbalance.” The acupuncturist assesses the flow and distribution of this “vital energy” within its pathways, known as “meridians and channels”. The acupuncturist is able to influence health and sickness by stimulating certain areas along these “meridians”. Traditionally fine, slender needles stimulated these areas or “acupoints” that focuses only in the hands or feet. Today, many more forms of stimulation are incorporated, including herbs, electricity, magnets and lasers. Still, the aim remains the same – adjust the “vital energy” so the proper amount reaches the proper place at the proper time. This helps your body heal itself. Undoubtedly with SuJok Acupuncture there is an effective results even if of Breast Cancer. The concept of treatment of SuJok Acupuncture is in miniature form of hands or feet’s. The remission of the disease can be achieved and medicaments’ therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether. The course of treatment is definitely uneventful.
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Chikungunya


CHIKUNGUNYA

Chikungunya, a viral disease that is transmitted through the mosquito bites. It is not possible to have the chikungunya through the direct contact from another person who is affected through it. The condition is not a fatal one and for now there are no specific vaccines or medicines available but mosquito control is the best method of prevention of chikungunya.
Symptoms;
Fever
Chills,
Nausea,
Vomiting,
Joint pains,
Stiffness and
Headaches.
Chikungunya may happen suddenly and often is accompanied with some rashes on the skin. However the most painful symptom is severe joint pain. Mouth ulcers, conjunctivitis and loss of taste may also hassle patients of chikungunya. It is not a fatal condition, but the effects can last for years. The fever will subside early but joint pains may remains.
The post disease syndrome can easily be treated through acupuncture SuJok effectively.
In preventive measures one has to increase the intake of fluids especially water to be in excess.
And to prevent mosquito bites.
The condition may not be fatal, but it can leave scars for life.
Coconut water could be the effective solution to Chikungunya.
According to energy concept of acupuncture SuJok, the meridian gall bladder is the dominant energy to tackle such problems for speedy results.
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PAIN


PAIN
An unpleasant localised sensation that can range from mild discomfort to sever agony. Mostly, pain results from stimulation of special sensory nerve receptors in the skin or within the body by tissue injury or disease or by stretching or spasm of muscle. The sensation of pain has the important role of drawing attention to the fact that something is wrong forcing the sufferer to look for and correct the cause. Usually the scene, nature and intensity of pain offer an indication of its cause and importance. The perception of pain varies, both between people and in the same person at the different times.
refered pain is observed in areas other than the damaged part of the body. Phantom pain feels as if it comes from a limb or part that has been amputated,because that is the way the brain interprets impulses from nerves in the stump.
Some common particular pain syndromes ;
Neck and shoulder
 acute cervical sprain :
 Pain and stiffness over neck and upper thoracic vertebrae , often first noticed when rising in the morning.
 Physical Evaluation :
 Pain with tilting head.
 Muscle spasm often palpable.
 cervical radiculopathy :
 Pain and stiffness of cervical spine, usually with radiation to upper back and arm. Occasionally manifests solely as  pain between spine and scapula.
 Physical Evaluation :
 Radicular symptoms can be reproduced with manipulation of cervical spine.
 impingement syndrome :
 Pain inferior to acromioclavicular joint.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness inferior to acromioclavicular joint.
 Pain with passively raising should while preventing, shrugging.
 rotator cuff tear :
 Pain similar to impingement syndrome. Occurs after injury in younger patients, often spontaneous in older patients.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Weakness in abduction.
 Patient resists downward force to an internally rotated,anteriorly stretched arm.
Elbow
 lateral and medial epicondylitis :
 Pain over tendon insertion on medial and lateral epicondyl.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness at site of pain.
 Exacerbated with wrist flexion(medial) or extension(lateral).
 olecranon bursitis :
 Pain over olecranon bursa.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness and swelling over the olecrenon bursa.
Hand
 dequervain tenosynovitis :
 Pain at the lateral base of the thumb.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Worse with pincer grasp.
 Positive ulnar deviation of wrist with fingers curled over thumb.
Hip
 trochanter burritos :
 Pain over bursa, often feels when lying on area at night.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness over bursa.
 meralgia paresthetica :
 Pain or numbness over lateral thigh, often after weight gain or loss.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Neuropathic type pain.
 Abnormal sensation over lateral femoral cutaneous nerve distribution.
Knee
 patellofemoral syndrome :
 Anterior knee pain, often worse climbing or descending stairs.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Crepitus beneath patella.
 meniscal and ligamentous injuries :
 Ligament injuries tend to be traumatic, associated with the knee giving way. Meniscal injuries may be traumatic or degenerative. Knee locking is classic.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Ligament injuries will manifest as laxity on exam.
 Meniscal injuries as a click.
Foot and ankle 
 Achilles tendonitis :
 Pain over distal tendon and stiffness worse after inactivity.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness over insertion of tendon.
 plantar fascists :
 Pain anterior to heel, worse with first standing.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Usually heel spur.
 morton neuroma :
 Pain between the second and third or  fourth metatarsal heads.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness at the area of pain.
Polyperiarticular 
 fibromyalgia :
 Diffuse pain syndrome often nonrestorative sleep.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Tenderness at 11 or more specific locations.
 polymyalgia rheumatica :
 Pain and disability of large muscles of should and hips.
 Physical Evaluation : 
 Disease is often associated with signs of inflammatory disease,anemia,raised c-reactive protein and erythrocyte sedimentation rate.
 The syndromes of Pain may effectively be overcome through SuJok which itself is a new stage in the development of Oriental medicine. Highly effective for treatment, easy and accessible to learn, simple to apply, SuJok methods have attracted much attention to and interest in this system.  One of the important features of this system, that is, the fast-coming effect of the method. SuJok therapy extremely quickly arrests PAIN syndromes of various etiology. Moreover, there has been gathered a much bulk of observations that the SuJok method quickly copes with critical states – shocks, preinfarctions, preinsults. Under such extreme conditions, needling was not always used. It was enough to massage correspondence points for a victim to become conscious or to remove intolerable pain.  Since the SuJok method has a fast effect, the rate of pain-killing was studied during the treatment session. Within different time periods since the beginning of the session, the patient assessed the percentage of decrease of pain sensations as compared with the first state which was accepted as 100%. A fast and effective removal of the pain syndrome makes the treatment period shorter and the patient’s cure quicker.
 Therefore, application of SuJok therapy in combination with color, seeds,  byol magnets or therapy with acupuncture in miniature form of hands or feet allows to enhance the effectiveness of traditional therapies and get longer remission periods in pain syndromes.
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Pain


PAIN
Pain ; Physical pain is a common occurrence for many, one of the most common symptoms complained of by the patient. Apart from a thorough understanding of the diagnosis symptoms and signs, the nature and location of the pain must be observed thoroughly. Differentiation of nature of the pain is significant for deducing its etiology, while identification of the locality of the pain helps find diseased organs and meridians;
Acupuncture for Pain – is being studied for its efficacy in alleviating many kinds of pain. There are promising findings in most of the conditions. Pain is a feeling that triggered in the nervous system. It may be sharp or dull, off-and-on or steady, localized (such as back pain) or all over (such as muscle aches from the flu). Sometimes, pain alerts us to injuries and illnesses that need attention. Although pain usually goes away once the underlying problem is addressed, it can last for weeks, months, or even years. Chronic pain may be due to an ongoing condition (such as arthritis) or to abnormal activity in pain-sensing regions of the brain, or the cause may not be known.
Acupuncture has been studied for a range of pain conditions, such as postoperative dental pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, headache, low-back pain, menstrual cramps, myofascial pain, osteoarthritis, and tennis elbow and more. 
Nature of the pain;
Distending pain: Distending pain manifesting as severe distension, mild pain and moving from one place to another place, organ or place of the body is a typical sign of energy stagnation. It most of the time occurs in the chest, epigastric, hypochondriac and abdominal regions. But if having headache with a distending sensation in the head is due to up disturbance by fire and heat.
Pricking pain: Pricking pain, sharp  and fixed in place, a sign of stagnation of blood. It usually occurs in the chest, epigastric, hypochondriac and lower abdominal regions.
Weighty pain: It occurs with a heavy sensation in the body is a sign of damp blocking energy and blood, as damp is characterized by heaviness. It is often present in the head, four limbs and lumbar region.
Colicky pain: Colicky pain is a sign of abrupt obstruction of the energy by real pathogenic factors.
Pulling pain: Pulling pain which is considered to be spasmodic and short in duration often relates to the disorders of the liver. It is normally caused by the meridian liver.
Burning pain: Pain with a burning sensation and preference for coolness often occurs in the hypochondriac regions on both sides and epigastric region. It results from invasion of the collaterals by pathogenic fire and heat or from excessive yang heat due to yin deficiency.
Cold pain: Such pain with a cold sensation and preference for warmth often occurs in the head, lumbar, epigastric and abdominal regions. It is caused by pathogenic cold blocking the collaterals or lack of warmth and nourishment in the Yin-Yang organs and meridians due to deficiency of yang energy.
Dull pain: Such pains are not so severe. It is considered to  be bearable lingering and may last for a long time. It is usually present in cold syndromes of deficiency type.
Hollow pain: Pain with a hollow sensation is caused by deficiency of blood leading to emptiness of vessels and retardation of blood circulation.
Neuropathic: Pain caused by damage to or malfunction of the nerves themselves. The peripheral nerve system includes all the nerves that lead to and from the spinal cord. These nerves send pain signals to the brain. If they’re injured, neuropathic pain may develop—pain caused by injury to the nerves themselves.
Nociceptive: Nociceptors are the receptors in the nervous system that get activated when there’s an injury. If there isn’t an injury from outside the nervous system, the nociceptors aren’t active. Nociceptive pain, then, is pain caused by an injury to something other than the nerves. In chronic pain, though, the nociceptors may still be sending pain messages long after the original injury has healed. The various types of chronic nociceptive pain are:
Somatic – Soma means “body,” so somatic pain comes from injuries to the outer body—skin, muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, bones, etc. It’s generally easy to find where somatic pain comes from, and the pain can be sharp or throbbing (depends on what part of your body is injured).
Bone pain is a somatic pain. Bones can ache. If the bones have been weakened by another condition, such as cancer or osteoporosis, then you can have a very achy and very intense dull pain. Bone pain can also be acute: if you break a bone, such as, that is acute pain. If the bone heals but you still have a throbbing pain (it may be constant or it may come and go), that can be considered chronic bone pain. Muscle pain is a somatic pain. Chronic muscle pain is more than a strained muscle. Your muscles may have a chronic muscle spasm that causes them to be tense. This form of muscle overload can cause long-lasting pain, especially in the back. Muscle pain can also develop as part of certain chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia.
Visceral – viscera are internal organs—specifically those contained in abdomen and chest cavity. The stomach is an example of a visceral organ. Not every organ has nociceptors, so not every internal organ can send pain messages if it’s been injured (the lungs, such as, don’t have nociceptors).
  However, if you injure an organ that has nociceptors, you will probably feel a deep, achy pain, and it will be hard to pinpoint where the pain is coming from. Visceral pain can also have referred pain. That means that the brain can’t distinguish the pain from the organ from pain from another part of your body. For example, if you have a kidney problem, your low back may be painful.
 Figuring out what type of chronic pain you have may be a difficult process, especially since many types of chronic pain may not come from any noticeable injury or disease. Also, since pain is such a subjective experience, you must be thorough in describing your pain to the doctor. Working together, you and the doctor can figure out the best way to deal with your chronic pain.
Chronic pain falls into a couple of broad categories. These categories help doctors treat the pain because every type must be approached and treated differently. The generally accepted forms of chronic pain are: neuropathic pain: Pain caused by damage to or malfunction of the nerves themselves. nociceptive pain: Nociceptors are the receptors in the nervous system that get activated when there’s an injury. If there isn’t an injury from outside the nervous system, the nociceptors aren’t active. Nociceptive pain, then, is pain caused by an injury to something other than the nerves. In chronic pain, though, the nociceptors may still be sending pain messages long after the original injury has healed.
 However, if you injure an organ that has nociceptors, you will probably feel a deep, achy pain, and it will be hard to pinpoint where the pain is coming from. Visceral pain can also have referred pain. That means that the brain can’t distinguish the pain from the organ from pain from another part of your body. For example, if you have a kidney problem, your low back may be painful.
Figuring out what type of chronic pain you have may be a difficult process, especially since many types of chronic pain may not come from any noticeable injury or disease. Also, since pain is such a subjective experience, you must be thorough in describing your pain to the doctor. Working together, you and the doctor can figure out the best way to deal with your chronic pain.
Pain is a very subjective experience, though, so we can’t say something as categorical as “All chronic pain patients will feel this way.” It is possible to say that chronic pain takes on many forms. It can be: throbbing, aching, shooting, electric, burning, sharp, feeling stiff, feeling tight, feeling sore 
Chronic pain can lead to other problems, especially social and emotional ones. Chronic pain may: lead to sleeplessness, drain you of energy, lead to depression, make you not want to do activities you typically enjoy, weaken your immune system because so much of your body’s energy is spent dealing with the pain.  A lot of these other problems build off each other, so you may hear the phrase “vicious cycle” when talking about chronic pain. For example: The pain makes it difficult to sleep at night, so you’re excessively tired the next day. You don’t want to go to work—or do anything else—because you’re so tired. Because you aren’t as active, you lose self-esteem and start to withdraw even more from your social life.
Locality of the pain:
Headache: Head is the meeting place of all the yang meridians and brain is the sea of marrow. Energy and blood of all organs go up into the head. If the pathogenic factors invade the head and block the clear yang, or if stagnation of energy and blood in endogenous diseases blocks the meridians and deprives the brain of the nourishment, headache will ensure. In case of deficiency of energy and blood, head fails to be nourished, and the sea of marrow becomes empty; headache due to this is of deficiency type. Headache due to disturbance of the clear yang by the pathogenic factor is mostly of excess type.
Chest pain: As the heart and lung resides in the chest, chest pain indicates the pathological changes of the heart and lung.
Hypochondriac pain: The hypochondriac region is traversed by the liver and gallbladder meridians. Obstruction or undernourishment of these meridians may produce hypochondriac pain.
Epigastric pain: Epigastric refers to the upper abdomen in which the stomach situated. It is divided into three regions,namely upper,middle and lower. Epigastric pain may result from invasion of the stomach by pathogenic cold,retention of food in the stomach or invasion of the stomach by the liver energy.
Abdominal pain: Abdomen is divided into upper abdomen, lower and sides of the lower abdomen. The upper abdomen refers to the areas above the umbilicus and pertains to the spleen. The area below the umbilicus is the lower abdomen and pertains to the kidney, bladder and large-small intestines and uterus. Both sides of the lower abdomen is traversed by the Liver meridian.
Abdominal pain caused by retention of cold, accumulation of heat, stagnation of energy, blood, retention of food or parasitic diseases is excess , while that caused by deficiency of energy, blood or deficiency of cold is deficiency in nature.
Lumbago: The kidney resides the lumbar region. Lumbago may result from obstruction of the meridians in the local area, besides deficiency of the kidney failing to nourish the lumbar region is often the cause.
Pain in the four limbs: Pain in the four limbs may involve joints, muscles or meridians. It is caused by retardation of energy and blood circulation due to invasion of the exogenous pathogenic factors.
Generally, persistent pain in a recent disease or pain which is aggravated by pressure indicates syndromes of excess type. Intermittent pain in a prolonged illness or pain which is alleviated by pressure often occurs in syndromes of deficiency type.
PAIN – one  shouldn’t ignore
No one wants it, yet it’s the body’s way of getting the attention when something is wrong:
Worst headache Get medical attention immediately. “If having cold, it could be a sinus headache. But possibility of having brain hemorrhage or brain tumor. With any pain, unless you’re sure of what caused it, get it checked out.”
Pain or Discomfort in the Chest, Throat, Jaw, Shoulder, Arm, or Abdomen
Chest pain could be pneumonia or a heart attack. But be aware that heart conditions typically appear as discomfort, not pain. “Don’t wait for pain. “Heart patients talk about pressure. They’ll clinch their fist and put it over their chest or say it’s like an elephant sitting on their chest.” The discomfort associated with heart disease could also be in the upper chest, throat, jaw, left shoulder or arm, or abdomen and might be accompanied by nausea.
Pain in Lower Back or Between Shoulder Blades “Most often its arthritis,” Other possibilities include a heart attack or abdominal problems. “One danger is aortic dissection, which can appear as either a nagging or sudden pain. People who are at risk have conditions that can change the integrity of the vessel wall. These would include high blood pressure, a history of circulation problems, smoking, and diabetes.”
Severe Abdominal Pain, Still have your appendix? Don’t flirt with the possibility of a rupture. Gallbladder and pancreas problems, stomach ulcers, and intestinal blockages are some other possible causes of abdominal pain that need attention.
Calf Pain One of the lesser known dangers is deep vein thrombosis(DVT),a blood clot that can occur in the leg’s deep veins,and it can be life-threatening. “The danger is that a piece of the clot could break loose and cause pulmonary embolism[a clot in the lungs]. Sometimes there’s just swelling without pain,”If you have swelling and pain in your calf muscles, see a doctor immediately.”
Burning Feet or Legs  “In some people who don’t know they have diabetes, peripheral neuropathy could be one of the first signs,”It’s a burning or pins-and-needles sensation in the feet or legs that can show nerve damage.”
Vague, Combined, or Medically Unexplained Pains”Various painful, physical symptoms are common in depression,”Patients will have vague complaints of headaches, abdominal pain, or limb pain, sometimes in combination.”
There’s more to depression than deterioration of the quality of life. “It has to be treated aggressively before it causes structural changes in the brain.”
SuJok acupuncture is a new stage in the development of Oriental medicine. Highly effective for treatment, easy and accessible to diagnose, simple to apply. SuJok methods have attracted much attention to and interest in this system in Russia, one of the important features of this system. That is, the fast-coming effect of the method. SuJok therapy extremely quickly arrests pain syndromes of various etiology. Moreover, there has been gathered a much bulk of observations that the SuJok method quickly copes with critical states – shocks, pre infarctions, preinsults. Under such extreme conditions, needling was not always used. It was enough to massage correspondence points for a victim to become conscious or to remove intolerable pain.  Since the SuJok method has a fast effect, the rate of pain-killing was studied during the treatment session. Within different time periods since the beginning of the session, the patient assessed the percentage of decrease of his pain sensations as compared with the first state which was accepted as 100%.  A fast and effective removal of the pain syndrome makes the treatment period shorter and the patients cure quicker.
One must opt for acupuncture SuJok. The beauty of acupuncture ‘SuJok’ is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual patient. Acupuncture’s energy concept on the hand is chosen for the overall well-being with the aim of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy.
Undoubtedly, one may get positive results in pain syndromes, through the energy concept of acupuncture ‘SuJok’.
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Headache


Headache

Just to press, on the prescribed dot point with any instrument or even tooth-pic or one may put palm leaf. In most of the cases one may get  positive effective results immediately.
There is no doubt in simplicity, efficacy of the concept.
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