Acupuncture for Fatigue

Feeling constantly tired and worn out? You're not alone. In today's fast-paced world, stress and lack of sleep leave many of us feeling exhausted. 

If this sounds all too familiar, consider exploring acupuncture. This natural approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome can recharge your energy levels, helping you 'get back on your field,' feeling more energized and ready to tackle the day.

What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the precise insertion of whisper-thin needles at specific points on the body, targeting areas critical for enhancing natural vitality and well-being.

Supported by research from leading health organizations, including Johns Hopkins University, acupuncture is validated as a safe and effective method for improving energy levels and promoting relaxation. It offers a minimally invasive approach to rejuvenating both body and mind, catering to those seeking holistic treatment for long-standing conditions.

For more insights into how acupuncture works and its benefits, click the link below.

Does Acupuncture Help with Fatigue?

Acupuncture has emerged as a gentle yet effective way to tackle both the mental and physical symptoms of chronic fatigue. It's not just about boosting energy levels; this traditional practice can enhance your overall quality of life, mental clarity, physiological and social functioning, and even reduce pain sensations. 

Plus, it may offer relief from related challenges such as loss of appetite, insomnia, forgetfulness, digestive issues, and general discomfort, making it a comprehensive approach to fatigue.

How Acupuncture for Digestive Issues Works

This technique offers a holistic approach to addressing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) by stimulating the body's natural healing processes. 

Acupuncture can enhance blood flow and energy levels, directly targeting the core symptoms of CFS. Beyond boosting energy, it aids in improving sleep quality by promoting the production of relaxation-inducing enzymes, relieving pain through the release of natural analgesics, and reducing headaches by triggering a healing response that eases inflammation. 

This multifaceted treatment helps manage CFS symptoms, fostering overall well-being.

What to Expect From a Session


Upon arriving at your nearest clinic, you'll be checked in by our Zen Advisor, who will help you with patient history forms and introduce you to the Modern Acupuncture method through a brief video. 


A licensed acupuncturist will discuss your wellness concerns and goals before administering a personalized treatment.

 As you relax for 20 to 30 minutes, therapeutic music and calming nature scenes enhance your experience, aiming for both physical relief and mental peace.


After the session, you'll receive a personalized treatment plan and answers to any questions in the lobby. 

A Zen Advisor will arrange your next visit based on your personalized treatment plan.

Great Relief, Great Savings

At Modern Acupuncture, first-time patients can save up to 50% on their first acupuncture session! Finding lasting relief for the issues you've been experiencing for so long has never been more affordable and easier. 

Use the map below to find an acupuncture clinic near you and start changing your feeling today!

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Is acupuncture safe for treating fatigue?

Absolutely! Acupuncture is a safe, natural treatment for fatigue when performed by a licensed professional. It uses very fine needles to gently stimulate the body's energy flow with minimal discomfort, making it a widely accepted and low-risk option for those seeking relief from fatigue.

Does acupuncture hurt?

Most people find cosmetic acupuncture to be a relatively comfortable experience. The needles used are extremely thin, causing minimal sensation upon insertion. Some might feel a slight tingling or warmth, which is a sign of the energy flow being activated, but it's generally not painful.

How long does an acupuncture session last?

The total visit time is 30 minutes or less. Acupuncture treatments are 20 minutes. First-time patients need extra time to fill out patient forms.

Is insurance required?

Our sessions and membership plans are very affordable so insurance isn't required. HSA and FSA plans are accepted.

How many acupuncture sessions are needed to see improvements in fatigue?

The number of sessions needed can vary depending on the individual's condition and response to treatment. Some people may feel more energized after just a few sessions, while others might need a longer series of treatments to achieve lasting benefits. Your acupuncturist will tailor a treatment plan to your specific needs.

Do I need an appointment?

Appointments are highly encouraged to secure a preferred time. Check the clinic nearest you for walk-in availability.

Are there any side effects?

Side effects after treatment are uncommon, with most people leaving our clinics feeling deeply relaxed.

Some patients may experience mild disorientation, which typically resolves with a brief rest. We recommend eating a small meal before the session to prevent feelings of dizziness or tiredness afterward.

As a patient, what can I do to make my treatment more effective?

To make your treatment as effective as possible, consider these tips:

  • Complete patient forms online before your appointment to save time.
  • Wear loose-fitting clothing to allow your licensed acupuncturist easy access to acupuncture points.
  • Arrive at least 5 minutes early to settle in, choose your tea, and silence your phone.
  • Openly share your wellness concerns and goals with your acupuncturist.
  • Relax during your session; it's perfectly fine to fall asleep!
  • Take your acupuncturist's lifestyle advice seriously and incorporate it into your daily routine.
  • Remember, acupuncture benefits are cumulative and optimal results require time and consistency!

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