Cupping is a practice that has been used in various cultures as a form of natural medicine for thousands of years. In Chinese medicine and other traditional Asian practices, cupping is used as a way to increase blood flow to the skin and muscles, relieve muscle pain and lactic acid build-up and release toxins from the body. It’s also used as a form of aromatherapy or stress relief by lighting oils before placing cups on the skin.

In Western societies, however, cupping is often misunderstood. A series of videos posted on Instagram in 2016 by pop star Justin Bieber sparked widespread fear about being “marked” by Satan because he could be seen receiving this treatment from a tattoo artist. With such misunderstandings so prevalent, there are several facts about cupping you should know:

But what exactly is cupping? How does it work? Are there any risks involved with it? Let us break down everything you need to know about this ancient practice…

Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine that uses suction cups to create small, shallow wounds on the skin. The idea is that these wounds create negative pressure on the skin, which draws stagnant blood to the surface, stimulating circulation and helping to release toxins from the body.

The Myth: Cupping therapy is just another fad.

The Truth: You can try cupping therapy to help with any aches and pains you’re experiencing, as well as to help with your diet and weight loss goals.

Cupping therapy has been used for thousands of years by cultures around the world for a variety of issues including muscle soreness, sports injuries, pain relief, stress reduction, and relaxation.

The myth about cupping therapy is that it doesn’t work — that it’s just something people pay lip service to because they’re afraid not to try anything new. That’s not true! Cupping is an effective modality that can be used at home or in-office.

However, there’s some controversy about whether or not cupping is actually beneficial for you. Studies have shown that cupping can help reduce inflammation and improve blood circulation.

The benefits of cupping therapy are numerous. It can be used to treat everything from migraines to sports injuries, but it’s most commonly used for pain relief. It can also help improve your immune system and reduce inflammation in your body.

Myth-It’s Muslim community-based practice

Truth-It’s an alternative medicine practised for centuries by many different people around the world.

Myth-There is no science behind this therapy

Truth-It’s scientifically proven that cupping helps in the improvement of many diseases and conditions

Myth-Cupping therapy is enough to get free from pain.

Truth-Cupping therapy accompanied with other ailments helps in curing the pain.

Myth-It takes a lot of time to get performed

Truth-It takes only 30–45 minutes to perform the therapy.

If you’re interested in learning more about cupping therapy, there are a few things you should know first:

First, cupping is not considered an invasive procedure. There is no need for anaesthesia or any other type of medical intervention; it’s just like icing your sprained ankle!

Second, there are many different types of cupping that can be performed depending on what type of pain or condition you have.

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Author : Syed Ikram



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