Neurobiology of Acupuncture
Neurobiology of Acupuncture: Recently, the Healthcare Market Research Reports released the 2018 version of the country’s full breakdown on healthcare sectors. Previous versions were written about new trends in medicine with the growth and development of new procedures that have made an impact in how we treat patients with certain conditions. With this year’s version, the main focus is on acupuncture.
This new book is The Neurobiology of Acupuncture, Vol 111 courtesy of the International Review of Neurobiology Report. It is a continuous report on the upgrades in medicine regarding health care and its services, conventional procedures, alternative medicines, and settings for therapeutic centers. Overall, it is a summary about the rise in popularity for this alternative treatment and its neurobiology. Growth in research is also present which is promising to the whole field. The book also gives a variety of subjects regarding the bodily systems that acupuncture can work with.
At the start, the book talks about the basics of acupuncture and what its purpose is, being a manipulator to the system’s handling for pain in different areas. It also gets into how it effects the body’s nervous system with subjects like neurotrophin and neurogenesis within the brain. Towards the latter half of the book, the chapters dive into the effects and benefits these treatments has on multiple conditions.This includes neurological conditions like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, complications following a stroke, psychiatric conditions including depression and insomnia, high blood pressure, digestive issues, and various drug addictions.
The book is about explaining further what this alternative treatment can do and the research it has brought for the years to come. This new chapter from the International Review of Neurobiology is through inground breaking research on the subject, reviewing present knowledge as the beginning for all researchers and doctors in the field. From here, acupuncturists can expand on their research.