Titik Akupunktur Yang Di Gunakan Untuk Merawat Tekanan Darah Tinggi
Li 4, Li 11, DU 20, Shenhenkong, Liv 2, Liv 3
Rawatan yang diperlukan
Rawat sehingga darah stabil. Jangan berhenti 'berubat' sehingga tekanan darah stabil. Bukan mudah untuk merawat tekanan darah tinggi, kalau mengikut prosedur doktor biasa [ allopati ] ada pesakit harus makan ubat sehingga mati.
Ada pesakit yang tidak respon dengan sebarang ubat. Orang begini harus mencari rawatan alternatif seperti homeopati atau akupunktur.
memang tekanan darah tinggi turun naik. Jika ada emosi atau tekanan kerja, darah akan naik melambung. Jika relak, tekanan akan turun.
Memang diketahui umum bahawa ubat tekanan darah tinggi allopati mengandungi kesan sampingan seperti keletihan, bunyi dalam telinga, 'terkena' penyakit lain seperti buah pinggang dan sebagainya 'sekiranya'
makan ubat tidak terkawal.
Hati-hati bila anda mengalami tekanan darah tinggi.
Pepatah" Tekanan darah tinggi diibaratkan sebagai harga minyak, bila dia naik, dia sukar turun "
Acupuncture in the Treatment of Hypertension
Hypertension is a condition with significant public health and financial consequences. Approximately 50 million Americans have hypertension. Only 69% of hypertensive individuals are aware that they are hypertensive; approximately half take prescribed medications, but blood pressure is adequately controlled in only a quarter of those patients.
The use of pharmaceutical anti hypertensive agents is often associated with side effects, contributing to low compliance with recommended treatment regimens. Consequently, there is a growing interest in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to treat hypertension and related cardiovascular diseases. For example, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is funding research at both University of Michigan's Integative Medicine Cardio protection Research Lab and the Maharishi University of Management's Institute for Natural Medicine and Prevention in Iowa.
Acupuncture has been used to treat hypertension in clinical practice with very few reported adverse effects. However, to date the effectiveness of this treatment has not been explored adequately in published studies. A systematic literature review conducted by Y.E. Ren evaluating the benefits of acupuncture for treating hypertension in humans summarized 13 trials. Of these, only three were controlled and only one was single blinded and randomized.
The one randomized controlled trial (RCT) included in this review was of very poor quality.  Its design included ten subjects randomized to receive either active or sham acupuncture. Active treatments consisted of electro-acupuncture stimulation to four pre-determined acupuncture points. Sham treatments consisted of electro-acupuncture stimulation to so-called "non-acupuncture" locations. Treatments lasted only five minutes. Nevertheless, the results from this small study suggested significantly greater post-stimulation reductions in diastolic blood pressure in the active versus sham group.