The Auricular Acupuncture for the veterans
The key purpose of this study is to make sure how feasible and acceptable it is the usage of auricular acupuncture for veterans. The key thing that is needed to be kept in mind is what are some of the problems that are faced during the course of auricular acupuncture when it is provided to veterans and what sort of impact it has over the long-term health of the patients who seem to be suffering from the Post Traumatic disorder. Looking at the host literature that is available on the subject on the subject goes to show the fact that what was the result of the wrist actigraphy on the patients and veterans.
Historical Perspective Of The Current Study
With the passage of time, there was an increasing perception that the traditional western techniques are needed to be used with some other techniques to make sure that better results are achieved when it comes to some of the issues that are faced by the veterans (Zawril & Saulon, 2015). The key problem that was witnessed during the whole time period was how some of the traditional methods were not effective when it comes to the problems faced by the veterans (Zawril & Saulon, 2015). Auricular acupuncture has been a technique that is being considered to be effective when it comes to the resolution of the problem (Zawril & Saulon, 2015).
Relationship between the Previous Research and Current Research
In the past, not enough thought and consideration have been put towards the fact that some of the nonconventional techniques have provided relief to patients and veterans who are suffering from PTSD. It was with the passage of time that it was realized that some of the more common methods of treatment were ineffective when it comes to the overall treatment. When the current research was carried out on the ailment it showed how it can offer improvement in some of the symptoms such as headaches and musculoskeletal pain (Zawril & Saulon, 2015).
Evaluation of the Methodology and Some of the Key Studies
With the passage of time, growing evidence has been mounted that has pointed towards the fact that how the auricular acupuncture is going to be effective when it comes to sorting out some of the traditional issues that are faced by veterans who are suffering from PTSD (Zawril & Saulon, 2015). For instance, when the study was carried out using the qualitative research methodology, the idea was to make sure that the thematic content analysis was being used when employing auricular acupuncture for the treatment of veterans (Hernández et al. 2016). About seventeen active veterans provided written comments about the study that was carried out regarding the feasibility of auricular acupuncture (Zawril & Saulon, 2015). The key thing that was observed during the whole thing was how there was a significant improvement in the symptoms after the three-week time period (Zawril & Saulon, 2015). The initial concern during the earlier phase of the study was the concern that how the patients are going to respond to the auricular acupuncture and whether the whole procedure is going to be comfortable for them. Contrary to the common perception, the positive thing was that how more or less all the recipients of the treatment were extremely receptive regarding the way it was carried out (Hernández et al. 2016).
Comparing And Contrasting Different Findings
Looking at some of the studies, there is a certain point of difference regarding whether auricular acupuncture is supposed to be used in conjuncture with other Western techniques. There is some literature that supports the notion that auricular acupuncture is supposed to be used alone as it is alone good enough to provide results. On the other hand, there are instances when it has been witnessed how using it in synch with other Western methods of treatment is likely to provide improved results. Thus it is one of the areas where there exists a certain degree of inconsistency (Boon et al. 2016).
The key thing that is needed to be noted here is how auricular acupuncture has provided good results to patients that are suffering from PTSD (Boon et al. 2016). At the same time, the other thing that is very encouraging with regard to the results the veterans were very receptive to the overall treatment (Boon et al. 2016). Some of the other techniques had also been used such as medications and psychotherapy was one of the methods that were being used in combination with auricular acupuncture and the results at the initial level were encouraging to say the least (Boon et al. 2016).
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In this section, it would be seen what is the overall methodology that is going to be used during the course of this paper.
The main idea would be to make sure that the veterans who are suffering from PTSD are provided with a variety of treatments and how they respond to it.
The participants of this study are going to be veterans in the age group of 50-60 years.
Again the research design is going to be comprised of a questionnaire that would pertain to their responses to the treatment.
During the course of the analysis, some statistical tools such as SPSS is going to be used to make sure that better idea is developed regarding the issues that are faced by people.
The variety of the symptoms that were faced by the veterans was sorted out and they were extremely comfortable regarding the way the results of the study were carried out (Boon et al. 2016). The key theme that emerged with regard to the result was how they were experiencing improved sleep quality after the treatment. Not only that, but the decreased pain level also went a long way towards making sure that the level of pain that was being provided to the patients was lowered. The key thing that was witnessed was that the level of comfort was evident during the course of the treatment which was one of the biggest things that worked in the favor of future research (Boon et al. 2016).