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Conditions

Some of the many conditions for which acupuncture is considered appropriate are listed by the World Health Organization of the United Nations:

Infections:

Colds and flu, bronchitis, hepatitis

Internal:

Hypoglycemia, asthma, high blood pressure, ulcers, colitis, indigestion, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, constipation, diabetes

Dermatological:

Eczema, acne, herpes

Musculo-Skeletal and Neurologic:

Arthritis, neuralgia, sciatica, back pain, bursitis, tendonitis, stiff neck, Bell's palsy, trigeminal neuralgia, headache, stroke, cerebral palsy, polio, sprains

Mental-Emotional:

Anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia

Genito-Urinary and Reproductive:

Impotence, infertility, pre-menstrual syndrome, pelvic inflammatory disease, vaginitis, irregular period or cramps, morning sickness

Eyes-Ears-Nose-Throat:

Deafness, ringing in the ears, earaches, poor eyesight, dizziness, sinus infection, sore throat, hay fever



References:
1991 by H Beinfield & E Korngold. Between Heaven and Earth, A Guide to Chinese Medicine. Ballantine, 1991.
1973, 1987 by C Huang. Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain. Celestial Arts, 1987.
1980 by Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, et. al. Essentials of Chinese Acupuncture. Foreign Languages Press, 1980.