Thursday, May 6, 2010

Ear Candling


**This procedure is comfortable
and soothing. Recipients of the
treatment sometimes fall asleep,
and it has a relaxing, calming effect
on the whole body.
**The candles work on a ‘chimney’
principle, drawing up impurities from
within the ear. The rising air also has the effect of
giving the eardrum a gentle massage, which,
in turn, helps to regulate pressure. Locally applied
heat also has the effect of stimulating blood
circulation, which can strengthen the immune
system and enhance lymph circulation.
**The treatment is completed with a gentle
massage, which helps to stimulate the acupoints
and drain the sinuses.

***Ear Candling is a pleasant non-invasive
treatment that can help to promote an enhanced
state of health. It is used primarily to relieve
conditions in the head and ear area, such as sinus
problem, compacted ear wax, tinnitus and headaches
or simply as an enjoyable means of relieving stress.
Research indicates that ear candling has a beneficial
effect on the subtle energy – helping to calm and
revitalize the chakras.

***Ear Candling is used as a complementary therapy
and in recent years is gradually being embraced by
the National Health Service. Some medicalpractices
are using ear candling as an alternative to syringing
for the treatment of excessive earwax - this is because,
in some cases, syringing can perforate the eardrum.

***Ear Candling is ideal for all ages
and especially beneficial for children
and elderly people. Use can bring relief
from the discomfort associated with ear
wax build up, sinus congestion, pressure
in the ears, headaches and much, much more!!



Many people from all walks
of life are discovering the
benefits of using Ear Candling
for a wide range of conditions
associated with the ear, nose
and throat.

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