Such information is the claim of the Georgetown University team. The scientists have conducted research on several groups of mice to be used as the object of research on the relationship of acupuncture with the level of stress.
Although this study using rats as subjects, but a team of researchers to ensure that the results of such research can produce the same effect when applied to humans.
In this study alone, the team tested the effects of acupuncture on blood levels of the protein stability of neuropeptide Y (NPY), which is secreted by the sympathetic nervous system in humans.
This system includes the responses “removal of stress and resistance to stress” to the acute stress resulting in constriction of blood flow to all parts of the body, except to the lungs, heart, and brain (the organ that most needed to react to danger).
The research team testing this type of Zuslanli acupuncture, acupuncture point one of the most often used to help relieve stress. In mice, Zuslanli acupuncture point located at the foot below the knee.