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Vacuum bubbles. What effect do they give? (Part 1)

People have been using cupping for thousands of years to relieve back pain, neck pain, headaches and other problems.

Cupping therapy works by creating a suction force that draws blood into the skin. Cupping causes bruising and can lead to skin infections. Although research on the benefits of cupping is sparse, the risks associated with the treatment are low.

What is a bubble?

Cupping is an ancient healing therapy that some people use to relieve pain. The service provider places the cups on the back, stomach, arms, legs or other parts of the body. Inside the cup, the vacuum or suction pulls the skin upwards.

Cupping is a form of traditional Chinese and Middle Eastern medicine. People have been practicing cupping therapy for thousands of years. In our salon, we will put bubbles immediately after a back massage. It can be shorter 45 minutes or longer one hour back massage.

How does the bubble work?

Experts are still researching how cupping can ease pain and symptoms. There isn't much research into the therapy.

The suction from the cup draws fluid into the treated area. This suction force expands and breaks up the tiny blood vessels (capillaries) under the skin. Your body treats the bubble area as an injury. Sends more blood to the area to stimulate the natural healing process. Some claim that cupping cleanses pores and releases toxins.
A short video on instagram @najlepszy_masaz about that, how do we put bubbles 

Who makes bubbles?

A variety of professionals can be trained in cupping, including:

Acupuncturists.
Chiropractors.
Masseurs.
Doctors.
Physiotherapists.
Our masseurs also use banks in trigger point therapy. I also recommend reading about how massage can help with pain between the shoulder blades.

What do bubbles heal?

People most often use cupping to relieve conditions that cause pain. Some claim that it also helps with chronic (permanent) health problems. Cupping can relieve symptoms:

Arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis.
Back pain, neck pain, knee pain and shoulder pain.
Breathing problems such as asthma.
Carpal tunnel syndrome.
Gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel disease (IBD).
Headaches and migraines.
High blood pressure (hypertension).
Back massage along with placing the bank available in our massage salon in Warsaw (Żoliborz)

03.04.2022

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