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Acupuncture is the foremost and most basic amongst all the acu therapies prevalent in various parts of the world. The roots of acupuncture can be traced to ancient India as its description is to be found in ancient Indian texts such as Rigved and Ayurved. Acupuncture/acupressure has been practiced in India for thousands of years in some form or the other. Indian women and even men have been piercing their ears and nose over many millennium for not only wearing jewellery but to keep healthy in accordance with the principles of acupuncture. The ancient practice of tying thick threads around waist, wrist and big toes, etc to ward off diseases is still practiced in parts of India and is illustrative of the basic principle of acupuncture/acupressure.

Acupuncture/acupressure is believed to have reached China from India through the medium of Buddhist monks and where it got nurtured due to the patronage of the ruling elite. Over a period of time, whereas the therapy lost its moorings in India, it received a boost in China and went on to become the mainstay therapy of that country. Extensive research in acupuncture/acupressure got carried out in China over the centuries and vast amount of Chinese literature got produced on the subject. That is how the world regards the therapy as of Chinese origin although it had roots in India. The Chinese developed therapy for the most part remained confined to China and few East Asian countries till the western world started taking its notice around early to mid twentieth century. Today, acupuncture/acupressure is widely practiced in many parts of the world.

The word ‘acupuncture’ has two parts, ‘acu’ and ‘puncture’. Acu means needle. Puncture is self-explanatory and means ‘to pierce’. Acupuncture hence refers to a therapy wherein needles are inserted at specified locations of therapeutic value on the human body to heal diseases. It is a very effective system of treatment and can cure a vast majority of diseases known to mankind.

Acupuncture seeks to cure diseases by restoring the imbalance of energy flow in the human body. As per the basic principle of the therapy, energy is constantly flowing in the human body along defined pathways known as meridians. A disease occurs if this energy flow becomes excess or deficient, gets impeded or counters flows due to various external or internal factors. A number of points known as acu points are located along these meridians and control the flow of energy on these pathways, just the way electrical switches/regulators control the flow of current in a circuit. Stimulation of these acu points with needles using specific techniques corrects the energy imbalance along a meridian and the disease gets cured.

If instead of using needles, pressure is applied on these same very acu points with the help of thumb, fingers or any object, the therapy is known as acupressure. The principles underlying both acupuncture and acupressure therapies are exactly the same.

Acupuncture is an invasive method of treatment involving some degree of pain and often a sense of fear on part of the patient. On the other hand, acupressure does not involve any needle insertion although some degree of pain is still experienced when an acu point is pressed. While both these therapies are equally effective, acupuncture appears to give faster relief than acupressure. One has the advantage of faster relief, whereas the other has the advantage of lesser pain in the application of the therapy. That is perhaps the reason why these two similar therapies have existed concurrently through the centuries.

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