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In 2012, researchers conducted a systemic review of studies on the efficacy of cupping. They found that when combined with other treatments, such as medications or acupuncture, cupping therapy provides significant benefit over other treatment alone for: While a trained practitioner may use glass cups, home kits generally include silicone cups, which are less expensive. Supplies are sold separately and in sets that may include: Infrared light therapy works hand in hand with both acupuncture and cupping to increase circulation and flush away unwanted toxins from the area. Infrared light therapy provides effective relief for sore, stiff muscles and joints by directing heat deep into the tissues of the body. 4. Can cupping release pinched nerves?If you don’t mind the process and it improves your cellulite, there’s likely little downside. Cupping has been around for thousands of years and is a fairly safe practice. You may have some discomfort, but it’s generally not painful. Some people experience minor dizziness or nausea. Marks on your skin
Cupping therapy: Benefits, how to do it at home, and side effects Cupping therapy: Benefits, how to do it at home, and side effects
For most health matters, you’re probably better off going to a trained professional for cupping therapy. This may also be a good choice for treating cellulite, but you can try it on your own if you prefer. At a provider If you’re more of a do-it-yourselfer, remember that there are different size cups, levels of suction, and ways of doing it. For your first time, consider purchasing a kit made especially for cupping for cellulite. Another pro for the electric cupping machines in particular is that they standardize the amount of pressure and have “safety guardrails.” Each session on the Theracup is only three minutes long, so the risk of overdoing it is low. And you know that the amount of pressure you’re getting is enough to compare to a professional’s suction levels, but it won’t suction too hard either (which could be an issue with some of the manual at-home cupping devices).Cupping has been used for everything from digestive problems to pain management to unsightly veins. Research on cupping is limited, but it appears that cupping may provide short-term improvement of cellulite, at least for some people. There are other touted effects of cupping, like “removing toxins” from tissues and blood, however “these theories are rooted in cultural traditions and beliefs rather than scientific evidence,” says Dr. VanDenMeerendonk.