By Malvika Kashyap
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Have you noticed that celebrities are increasingly arriving at gatherings with small, circular marks on their backs? They are a result of cupping therapy. What is it then?
Using cups to induce suction on the skin, cupping is a form of complementary therapy. It is believed that this suction will enhance the body's energy flow and promote healing.
The process of cupping improves blood flow to the area where the cups are applied. This would reduce muscular tension, which could enhance blood flow generally and encourage cell repair.
By enhancing immunity and boosting peripheral (near the skin) blood circulation, cupping is claimed to reduce symptoms.
The benefits of Cupping Therapy 1. promoting the skin’s blood flow 2. changing the skin’s biomechanical properties 3. increasing pain thresholds
The benefits of Cupping Therapy 4. improving local anaerobic (without oxygen) metabolism 5. reducing inflammation 6. boosting cellular immunity
According to the above-mentioned studies, cupping may eliminate toxins by inducing a localised and systemic immune response.
An old practise called cupping involves sucking on the skin with glass, plastic, or silicone cups. It might facilitate improved blood flow, pain relief, and immunological function.
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