Chinese cupping therapy is a centuries old technique which is intended to increase blood flow to promote healing and relaxation. Although the treatment will leave bruises on the skin for several days, cupping shouldn’t hurt the recipient.
Here you will see Lacey working on one of the chiropractors in her office who receives chiropractic adjustments as well as acupuncture therapy. Whether working by increasing circulation, stimulating nerves, or releasing endorphin’s remains to be seen, but the centuries of experience have shown how powerful cupping is for healing the body naturally.
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This video may also give you a sensation referred to as AMSR, or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. ASMR is a phenomenon that uses tingle triggers to initiate a tingling sensation that can be described as brain tingles, head tingles, spine tingle, brain massage and even brain orgasm or head orgasm. There are many types of intentional ASMR including, but not limited to, soft spoken ASMR, whisper ASMR, gentile whisper ASMR, role playing ASMR. Unintentional ASMR is also popular, with categories like medical ASMR, chiropractic ASMR, massage ASMR, salon ASMR, shave ASMR, head massage ASMR, clinical ASMR, scalp massage ASMR, painting ASMR, cooking ASMR, eye exam ASMR, and instructional video ASMR.