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Top Five Reasons to Study Acupuncture

Modern medicine categorizes being healthy as the absence of disease. This simple categorization does not do justice to an individual’s health which is far more complex. As human beings, we see being healthy as thriving and enjoying our most vibrant lives. Far too often we simply reach into the medicine cabinets any time we have aches and pain. This will only provide temporary relief from symptoms and does not address the root cause of the discomfort.

Acupuncture approaches being healthy from a holistic approach. Acupuncture is not only great for relieving symptoms, but it’s also provided many preventative benefits. According to the latest University of California San Diego’s medical school research

“Modern research has demonstrated acupuncture's effects on the nervous system, endocrine and immune systems, cardiovascular system, and digestive system. By stimulating the body's various systems, acupuncture can help to resolve pain, and improve sleep, digestive function, and sense of well-being.”

Here are 5 reasons why you should study Acupuncture.

1. Growing Demand for Holistic Health Care

38% or all Americans have used some form of complementary or alternative medicine. Ranging from the Neti pot that you can buy from your local CVS and Walgreens to the acupuncture clinics that are popping up in communities, holistic health is here to stay.

2. Greater Job Satisfaction

According to the latest Department of Labor research, being an acupuncturist is one of the happiest jobs in the United States. Approximately 87% of acupuncturist satisfy their salary, working environment, and career perspective.

3. It’s Good for Your Health

As an Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner means that you are not only helping your patients, but you are also practicing a healthier lifestyle for yourself. Self-care is an important part of the curriculum at East West College of Natural Medicine. As you progress in your studies, you can expect to learn about the latest researches and best practices to becoming a better and healthier you.

4. Lifelong Learning

You will find yourself continue to be inspired by the wealth of knowledge that Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) has to offer. From the ancient texts to modern research utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques, there will always be something you can learn and incorporate into your own practice.

5. Making a Better World

People often neglect their own health due to the stress of everyday life. As an Acupuncturist and holistic health practitioner, you can make a difference in people’s lives by teaching them how to be healthier.

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