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Acupuncture helps regulate neurotransmitters like seratonin and dopamine linked to mood, reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. It promotes relaxation and emotional balance, providing a natural approach to managing these conditions. Life’s stressors aren’t going anywhere, so our focus is to increase bandwitdth so we can navigate the turbulence with more grace.

Acupuncture influences the release and balance of neurotransmitters like serotonin and melatonin, which play key roles in regulating sleep-wake cycles. By stimulating specific points on the body, acupuncture can help reduce stress hormones like cortisol. Lower stress levels can contribute to a more relaxed state conducive to better sleep.
Acupuncture is often used as a complementary therapy to address underlying conditions that affect sleep, such as pain, anxiety, or insomnia. By targeting these issues, it can indirectly improve sleep quality.
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At IMMA, we’re all about personalized care that extends beyond our practice. If you are intereted in seeing a mental health therapist in addition to acupunture treatments, we’ve curated an extensive network of skilled therapists. We make thoughtful recommendations based on your unique personality, needs, and preferences. Whether you’re seeking a gentle, nurturing approach or something more dynamic and results-driven, we’re here to set you up with the perfect match for your individual well-being.
Acupuncture serves as a gateway to enhanced mental health, creating an opportunity for additional support. While receiving treatment for anxiety and depression, you might find value in exploring therapy, and we’re here to help facilitate that journey.

Acupuncture is increasingly used as a supportive treatment for PTSD and addiction. It aids in calming the nervous system, reducing cravings, and addressing the emotional aspects of these conditions. Most importantly, Acupuncture is a non-pharmaceutical option for these conditions. There are numerous research studies showing the efficacy of acupuncture for both PTSD and addiction. Organizations such as the VA, use Battlefield Acupuncture, a style of acupuncture focused on points in the ear that influence pain processing in the central nervous system.

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While acupuncture is not a cure for ADHD, it can help alleviate some of its symptoms. It may improve focus, reduce hyperactivity, and enhance overall mental clarity.

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At IMMA, we stand at the intersection of understanding mental health struggles and challenging societal norms that contribute to these challenges. We recognize that societal pressures and past experiences often sow the seeds of stress, anxiety, and depression. Our approach is twofold: we provide holistic support while daring to question and reshape the narrative around mental health. We’re not just treating symptoms; we’re acknowledging and actively challenging the societal factors that perpetuate these struggles.
Moreover, we take individuals’ past experiences and trauma seriously. Our clinic fosters an environment of genuine empathy and understanding. We believe that acknowledging and addressing past traumas is pivotal in the healing process. Beyond acupuncture, our sanctuary is a safe space where patients are heard, validated, and supported in their unique journeys towards mental well-being. We’re committed to offering a place where past experiences are respected, and healing is approached with compassion and sincerity.

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