Kunitachi Ozawa Acupuncture Clinic.

Case Reports

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mind buzzing, head tingling

main symptoms

mind buzzing, tingling in the head

since march of this year, she has been experiencing symptoms like reflux esophagitis. she had a gastroscopy and other examinations, but there were no abnormalities.
sudden weight loss. although she was examined, no abnormalities such as cancer were found either.

in May, she suddenly started to feel nervous and tense in her head. she could manage to eat but did not feel the taste of food.
when she consulted her family doctor, she was told that her autonomic nervous system was disturbed and was prescribed medicine again.

sleep is always shallow at night. also, she wakes up early in the morning. she has sudden anxiety attacks at night.
at that time, her head feels tense, and her mind is very nervous. a doctor friend of hers recommended me to come to this clinic.

visual observation and palpation

on visual observation, there was a clear decrease in energy, a downcast look, and no energy in her voice.
on palpation, it was judged that the condition of the muscles stopping just lateral to the spinous process on the back and around the occipital bone was bad.


i felt that she was losing her mental balance due to the change in her work environment caused by the covid-19 since march, so at first i used thin acupuncture needles to stimulate the fascial passage just below the skin, and slowly treated her while listening to her story.

1st to 3rd treatment: no change in symptoms, but she said she felt less anxious and was able to sleep better.

4th to 8th treatment: started deep treatment. we started treatment on the occipital bone attachments of the semispinalis capitis, rectus capitis major, and multifidus dorsalis.

after the 8th treatment, she was able to move as before, though not completely recovered. the bother in her mind and tingling in her head had already disappeared.

currently, she is going in the right direction with some repeated waves.


mind buzzing from sudden anxiety

a sudden feeling of anxiety that comes over me in the evening.
as the mind becomes restless and bothered, various symptoms caused by the autonomic nervous system show up, such as insomnia, depression, and loss of appetite.

symptoms caused by the autonomic nervous system are a result of various factors such as the patient's values, life, family, and future self-evaluation.

patients' rush to get well right away...can also interfere with their recovery.

i often discuss with my staff how to help the patients we meet get better as soon as possible.