Acupuncture Treats Chemotherapy-induced Nausea and Vomit
Feeling Nauseous with Low Appetite and Throwing up?
Acupuncture is a successful treatment used for Nausea with or without Vomiting, along with low appetite experienced after Cancer Treatment.
Nausea and vomiting with low appetite are the last thing a patient or doctor wants after chemotherapy treatments when the body needs to nourish and build-up reserves quickly while needing increased rest at the same time.
This is why more hospitals are offering acupuncture on-site for patients after chemotherapy and it is proving a success for treating nausea and vomiting!
Acupuncture treats the body after Chemotherapy in Blaine
Acupuncture does not treat and cure Cancer, itself. However, acupuncture along with a Traditional Chinese Diet and Lifestyle can help the body to heal and overcome these symptoms as they occur with chemotherapy cancer treatment therapy.
Other Chemotherapy-induced Symptoms Acupuncture Treats
- Difficulty swallowing
- Difficulty speaking (projecting voice loud enough)
- Low Appetite
- Low Mood (Mild to Moderate Depression/ Anxiety)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Diet Therapy
Your Acupuncturist will go over TCM foods which help increase appetite, improve mood and raise energy along while soothing a possible sore throat.
- Be sure to get the rest your body needs while undergoing treatments
- Be sure to drink plenty of water
- Do things that make you laugh
- Spend time with loved ones
- Speak up if you need something from your support network
- Cancer Health and Family Services at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, MN
- Minnesota Cancer Alliance
- Minnesota Oncology
- American Cancer Society’s Coping as a Caregiver
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