Auricular Acupuncture Treatment For Mood And Manic Disorders

In managing brain disease and mood disorders, Quantum Brain Healing is an ideal tool that uses a lot of different approaches. Alternative therapies such as Chinese nutritional therapy, minerals, vitamins, herbal medicine, Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing, amino acids, and even music therapy are all suitable ways to cure mood disorders. Music Therapy is very accessible and affordable. Eye Movement Reprocessing and Desensitization is rarely practiced but is usually available in large cities.

Due to its pitch relationship, rhythmic structure, and duration, music can stimulate a wide region of the brain compared to other sensory inputs. It boosts neural activity and sets off the release of neurotransmitters. A music therapist uses music to formulate musical interventions that can stimulate certain areas of the brain that demand better function. The cerebellum, motor cortex, and basal ganglia can be activated via music therapy in an integrated manner in order to bolster motor function. Music cures the loss of neurons by commanding the brain to create new neural channels. Music can augment memory and learning ability through its influence on neural plasticity. Some forms of music can stimulate the tonal and verbal memory of the brain by means of recognition memory.

EMDR or Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing can help resolve emotional problems of all kinds, including PTSD, mania, automobile accidents, childhood trauma, natural disasters, assault, personal failures, sexual assault, panic attacks, divorce, sexual addiction, phobias, combat trauma, and Nintendo or computer addiction.

Auricular Acupuncture has been shown to work against mood and manic disorders. Scalp acupuncture is a beneficial therapy that is available in most towns and cities and a session typically lasts about 30 minutes or so. To treat mania, the most common auricular acupuncture points to use are the:

• Subcortex
• Shenmen
• Occiput
• Heart 1
• Cortex
• Brain stem
• Brain

This therapy may need to be administered a minimum 4 to 7 times a week before meaningful results are felt. Acupuncture treatment in Linwood may need to be integrated along with Chinese nutritional therapy. Chinese herbal medicine may also be utilized to help extend the benefits of the treatment.