Are you suffering from headaches?
Can you see your skin discoloration?
Are you losing track of events?
Do you feel drowsy for no reason?
Are you suffering from irritation and inflammation of the skin?
Do you have problems walking and have to suffer from unexpected falls?
Is a particular spot on your body swollen, purplish and warm?
Don’t ignore these symptoms.
These can lead to Haematoma, after a severe or minor injury or accident.
Hijama Cupping Therapy can help treat the condition, Insha Allah.
A haematoma is a solid swelling of clotted blood within the tissues.
Haematoma or blood suffusion is a localised bleeding outside of blood vessels, due to either disease or trauma including injury or surgery and may involve blood continuing to seep from broken capillaries.
It can be a very serious condition where blood collects between the skull and the surface of the brain. It’s usually caused by a head injury.
Treatment of a hematoma depends upon which organ or body tissue is affected. A haematoma may be tiny, with just a dot of blood, or it can be large and cause significant swelling.
Blood that escapes from within a blood vessel is very irritating to the surrounding tissue and may cause symptoms of inflammation including pain, swelling, and redness. It can be called a collection of clotted blood outside of a blood vessel.
Haematoma can be caused by trauma to tissues. This can be caused by a severe injury or an aggressive sneeze or an unexpected twist of an arm or leg.
Hijama cupping can help get rid of the symptoms of the disease and improve general well being, bringing peace of mind.
A hematoma is similar to a bruise or blood clot but, if left untreated, it can damage the tissue and lead to infection.
Hijama Cupping is a process in which with the help of suction blood flow is increased in the affected area, which, in turn, reduces muscle tension and inflammation, and promotes healing.
Cupping is used to treat pain, ease scar tissue deep within muscles and connective tissues, and reduce swelling and muscle knots.
Hijama Cupping therapy is used to treat pain, ease scar tissue deep within muscles and connective tissues, and reduce swelling and muscle knots. Also, like many complementary treatments, cupping is supposed to minimise circulating toxins by drawing them into the skin where they are more easily removed.
Hijama can help alleviate the pain, reduces the swelling. The stagnant blood and excess fluid, near the joints, are removed through wet cupping.
With the help of Wet cupping, clogged toxic blood is removed by making small cuts in the skin that is caused by haematoma.
As a result the area will not be so inflamed and be less painful as well. Mobility will increase with hijama cupping therapy, which will help the person continue with their life. They won’t be at a stop.
Moving cupping is often used to get rid of inflammation caused by Haematoma.
Always consult a certified hijama practitioner. Your Hijama therapist will design a detailed Hijama plan to treat the condition, using different types of cupping techniques, for example moving, dry, fixed and wet cupping.
While performing moving cupping the practitioner will glide the cups towards your lymph glands, as a way of helping your body expel toxins and waste through your lymphatic system.
Hijama Cupping increases blood circulation in the skin and muscles, creating a change in the connectivity, in turn helping the tissue to heal and alleviating related chronic pain. Not only this but Moving cupping will help break up clots of blood and help blocked blood to circulate.
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