Hijama Melbourne (Wet Cupping)
Full body Hijama cupping designed to remove toxins and help you feel rejuvenated.
Hijama Melbourne - How Wet Cupping Works
Hijama (also known as wet cupping) is a safe therapeutic and remedial treatment that has been used by trained therapists for thousands of years. It has been widely popular due to its wide range of benefits and ability to remove toxins from the body. Here’s how wet cupping works:
3 Step Process
Hijama begins with a round of dry cupping in order to numb the skin to prepare it for Hijama wet cupping. This process involves placing the cups on the skin for about 5 minutes. Cups are placed on areas of discomfort, depending on the condition and location of pain.
2) Small superficial incision
The cups are then taken off the body and small superficial incisions are created through the use of a small scalpel blade. These cuts are very small and only made on the first layer of the skin.
The cups are then placed back onto the body and using negative pressure, the body is stimulated to remove unhealthy toxins. This process helps to increase the flow of detoxified blood among a range of other benefits.
Benefits of Wet Cupping Melbourne
Hijama (wet cupping) is a very beneficial treatment that can provide a wide range of benefits including:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Hijama therapy is a form of treatment that utilises cupping and a small incision to remove unhealthy toxins from the body. This process helps to stimulate the body and increase the flow of detoxified blood.
Hijama is a natural treatment that has the ability to help patients overcome a wide range of health concerns. Some benefits of Hijama include:
- Pain relief
- Relieves headaches
- Reduces inflammation
- Prevents anti-aging effects
- Improves skin health
- Manage arthritis
- Fast for 3-4 hours before your Hijama treatment (optional)
- Drink plenty of water on the day leading up to your Hijama appointment
- Have a shower prior to your appointment as it helps to reduce bacterial activity on the skin
- Wear lose, comfortable and clean clothing
- Trim hair in the areas where the Hijama is being targeted
- Stay hydrated and drink plenty of water
- It is recommended to avoid showering for up to 24h after your Hijama treatment
- Avoid working out or sweating for 48 hours after your Hijama appointment
Yes, wet cupping is a safe treatment as long as it is performed by a trained professional in a safe environment and using the correct equipment.
Yes, wet cupping is known to have a variety of health benefits and can help people overcome pain, diseases and a range of health concerns.
Wet cupping is not a painful treatment. A slight level of discomfort may be experienced depending on the individuals ability to relax throughout the treatment.
It is encouraged to perform Hijama on the 17th, 19th and 21st of the islamic lunar month. These are known as the sunnah days which fall on a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
However it’s important to note that these dates are not the only time you can perform Hijama. In fact, Hijama can be performed on any day, especially if you’re dealing with a more urgent situation such as treating pain or an injury.
No. You should not perform Hijama if you are pregnant as it may result in a miscarriage or premature labour. If you are feeling pain or discomfort, there are alternative methods that you can seek to help you during this time.
Yes, it is safe for women to perform Hijama while on their menses. There are no islamic or medical restrictions in this regard.
Hijama is a natural treatment performed by a trained professional whereby cups and a small scalpel blade is used. This process involves the removal of unhealthy toxins and bad blood from the body in order to increase the flow of detoxification.
Hijama can be performed on the scalpel and has the ability to promote hair growth. This process helps to open the follicles and increase blood flow. This is effective for patients that are not completely bold but rather still have a growing hair follicle.
Hijama has the ability to aid in the treatment of endometriosis and help to reduce its symptoms.
Hijama is an extremely old therapy that dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese and Middle Eastern cultures. It is hard to tell exactly when Hijama was first used, however it has been linked all the way back to 1,550 B.C.
There are a number of factors that may help contribute to weight loss such as:
- The removal of toxins which improve your metabolic health
- Improved blood circulation ultimately supporting a faster fat burning process in your body
- Hormonal changes – Hijama can lead to an increase of endorphins that ultimately aid you in better managing your appetite
- Cellulite removal – Hijama can help to remove cellulite, toning your body and enhancing your physical appearance
Your Hijama appointment will typically last anywhere between 15-30 minutes.