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silicone cupping

Whether you are a new or experienced practitioner, there are many aspects to learning how to give silicone cupping. You can take a few tips to ensure that your patients get the most benefits from this therapy.

Avoid cupping over jugular or carotid arteries

If you are dealing with a cavus that is filled with blood, it is possible that placing silicone cupping over the jugular or carotid arteries is not the best solution. This is a symptom of a more serious condition, such as a blood artery obstruction or a hemorrhage, but it also constitutes a medical emergency in and of itself. Because of this, it is essential to make certain that you are in a secure setting at all times.

This is not to suggest that silicone cupping cannot be performed over the jugular artery or the carotid artery; nonetheless, it is imperative that the procedure be performed in the correct manner. A split sternocleidomastoid is a good approach to encircle your carotid artery, and a 2-0 silk tie can be used to hold the cup to the skin with some judicious clamping. In addition, you can wrap your carotid artery with a split sternocleidomastoid.

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Avoid cupping on the chest

A vacuum suction is utilized in the cupping therapy process in order to pull the skin upward, relax connective tissues, and stimulate blood flow. Alternative medicine is something that is practiced by therapists in both Asia and Europe. It is thought that cupping can help ease pain, improve athletic performance, and boost the body's ability to expel toxins from the body. [Citation needed]

Glass, silicone, or metal that has not been heated can all be used to make cups. When performing cupping, the amount of pressure applied by the vacuum is based on the requirements of the patient. Silicone and glass are easier to work with than metal, but they have a greater potential to leave bruising marks. Before beginning the cupping process, the skin should be thoroughly cleansed with soap and high-percentage alcohol. The areas that are experiencing friction can benefit from having a warm massage oil administered to them.

Avoid cupping on the stomach

Among the many benefits of cupping, one of the most noticeable is the increased blood flow and circulation to the area. This boost helps the immune system to more effectively remove toxins from the skin surface, promoting better organ nourishment. This is especially helpful for conditions affecting the lungs.

Cupping also helps to relieve stress and tension. In addition to promoting circulation, it also helps to increase fluid intake, which promotes the metabolic processes of the body.

It also stimulates the autonomic nervous system, which helps to control the digestive process. Cupping on the stomach can help to relax the muscles and stimulate the female reproductive system.

Avoid cupping on the legs

Using cupping on the legs can help relieve muscular strains and pain. The resulting vacuum-like suction helps stimulate blood flow and improve circulation. However, this therapy can also exacerbate skin conditions, such as cellulite.

Before receiving cupping, be sure to consult a licensed therapist. Cups should be sterilized and clean, and the therapist should make sure that the equipment is free of blood-borne diseases.

Cups should also be cleaned with rubbing alcohol before using them. A good adhesiveness between the cup and skin will allow suction to hold for a longer period of time. If the adhesive is poor, the suction will weaken.

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