Can Assemblage Point healing be considered one of the top home remedies for acne? The answer to that question depends on many factors, such as the cause of the acne, its severity and the overall health of the person.
Assemblage Point manipulation can completely change the course of a person’s mental and physical health for the better. But it’s not designed to treat an acute condition. It can cure long-term conditions that have been ongoing for years because it brings the body’s energy center back into the correct position, allowing that energy to properly flow through and around the body.
Arthritis or a nervous condition could be greatly affected by realigning the Assemblage Point. An injury or a contagious disease, on the other hand, are short term conditions that Assemblage Point healing isn’t designed to treat. Having a properly aligned Point can ensure that the immune system is working at top efficiency to help the body heal faster, but shouldn’t be relied on to correct these conditions.
Acne, however, has many different causes, some of which are systemic rather than superficial. Home remedies for acne often involve topical treatments like homemade face masks, and certain foods or drinks designed to be ingested. While these can be helpful, there’s no guarantee they will be. If the acne breakouts are caused by something systemic, no amount of herbal tea or face cream is likely to help. If the acne is caused by a build-up of facial oils, then more systemic approaches are less likely to be effective.
For acne that’s caused by hormonal imbalances and impurities in the system, Assemblage Point realignment certainly may help. By bringing the body’s energy back into balance, hormonal imbalances and other systemic problems can be corrected.
Another major cause of acne is stress. Stress releases certain chemicals into the bloodstream that can cause acne in some people. While reducing stress levels by changing external circumstances can help, often Assemblage Point healing can also help. When the Assemblage Point is in the wrong position, the mental processes are greatly affected and are either slowed or sped up. Both of these can contribute to undue stress and mental anguish, which can in turn cause acne breakouts.
In other cases, drugs, both legal and illicit, can contribute to acne. Home remedies for acne are unlikely to help if something that’s being taken into the body is causing the breakouts. Naturally, to stop taking the drugs is the best thing to do. But when the drugs are prescribed for certain conditions, what’s the answer?
If the drugs are for an acute condition, such as antibiotics for an infection, then the drugs should not be stopped. Use home remedies for acne to try to minimize the breakouts, and just wait it out. For drugs taken regularly for chronic conditions, Assemblage Point healing may be able to help by reversing the condition that causes the need for the drugs in the first place. Many long-term conditions can be greatly relieved and eliminated by putting the Assemblage Point back into the proper place. That can reduce or end the need for the drugs that’s causing the acne breakouts.