Hijama home service therapy is the oldest method of removing toxins from the body, which is allowed in Islam too. However, Hijama is known in different names such as cupping, horn treatment etc. In Hijama practice, the therapist uses special cups and puts them on the skin and suck the body’s toxins. Besides, it makes the blood flow in the cupping area and eventually enhances the overall blood flow. When the cups are placed and create the suction, it draws the impurities and toxins from nearby tissues and surface of the organs.
Furthermore, it has lots of health benefits too. You can take Hijama therapy from an experienced therapist. However, you can visit nearby Hijama centre, or if you are in London, you can make an appointment with us for Hijama home service.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, D2D Therapies started providing home service. Let’s see the details of our home service.
Hijama Home Service in London at D2D Therapies
D2D Therapies provide an experienced therapist for providing Hijama at our centre and home. For the home service, you can call at 07455045306 to book your appointment whenever you want. After you confirmed the appointment, one of the therapists will come to your door at your desired time.
Benefits you will get from our home service
> Our therapists are fully certified with years of experience.
> We maintain hygiene.
> We provide a free consultation if needed. Consultation is done before and after therapy.
> Provide the guideline to stay healthy after therapy.
How much does Hijama Home Service Cost?
The cost of Hijama depends on the therapist or the organizations you are taking therapy. However, D2D Therapies charges on an hourly basis which is £60 for 60 min, £90 for 90 minutes and £120 for 120 minutes.
We offer a variety of payment methods, including bank transfer and PayPal. Sometimes, we also provide the cash options which you can pay after the therapy.
Types of Hijama Home Service we offer
Right now, we provide three types of cupping, dry cupping, wet cupping, and dry massage cupping.
Can I do cupping at home?
Yes, you can do the cupping at home. However, you must need help from experts. If you have any family member or friends, who are experienced in doing Hijama, they can perform Hijama at your home. But, if you don’t have anyone like that, you can take Hijama home service from different Hijama centres. For example, if you are located in London, you can order your Hijama home service from D2D Therapies by calling at 07455045306.
Is Hijama Cupping Safe?
According to the experts, Hijama cupping us safe as long as you take the service from certified experts. However, it doesn’t have any significant side effect either except circular discolourations on the skin due to the suction. Rarely some patients may face some skin infections, so it is better to expose your past medical history to the therapist.
What is a Hijama in Islam?
Hijama is sunnah in Islam. Therefore, any Muslim can take Hijama therapy, without any doubt. Additionally, Hijama is a solution to some chronic diseases, and it is recommended to any adult person.
Is Hijama Allowed in Islam?
Hijama (cupping) is recommended by Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam). Although there are different types of cupping, performing wet cupping is the only sunnah and allowed in Islam.
Is Hijama Good for Weight Loss?
Although Hijama cannot lose the weight by itself, instead it can accelerate the weight loss process. Eating less, change diets or even going to the gym are the most common and effective advice for weight loss. However, the faster your body metabolism works, the faster you can lose weight. That where Hijama is beneficial. Hijama cupping before and after the weight loss planning boost your metabolism. As a result, you can lose your weight fast. Additionally, Hijama after weight loss can help to strengthen your metabolism and keep the weight stable.
Is Hijama Scientifically Proven?
Hijama is not scientifically well known and proven. But there have been many types of research going on, which primarily supports that it has some proven health benefits. However, some detailed reports will publish soon to support health benefits.
Can I do Hijama in Periods?
Experts do not suggest to do Hijama if you are on your periods. Instead, they advise performing Hijama on your regular days. Still, you can perform Hijama cupping therapy if you feel unwell, but, you will have to avoid heaviest flow days.
Is Hijama legal in the UK?
In the UK, anyone can perform Hijama cupping therapy. However, there are no central regulations yet, but there are some organization who privately regulates the Hijama in UK such as Westminster Indemnity, IPHM and IPTI. These are a well-known organization that provides recognition to the Hijama centres. However, the UK may call for regulations soon or near future.
How many Sessions of Hijama do I Need?
It depends on your body. Besides, it also varies from person to person as everyone has different case and treatment should be different too. For example, chronic disease may need sessions frequently in a few months. However, usually, Hijama is good for once in 4-6 months or once in a year. A healthy person can take Hijama therapy too.
How Long does Hijama take?
Hijama sessions don’t take a long time. Usually, sessions may take 5-10 minutes, but you have to get prepare early as you will have to maintain some rules before and after the therapy, which your therapist will make you aware.
Hijama Home Service: Conclusion
If you don’t feel comfortable to take the therapy at Hijama centre, you may ask for the Hijama home service, as both will provide you with the ultimate solution.
If you are not sure who could be the best option for your therapy, you may contact us before planning. We will help you to provide the best suggestions.
So, call us at 07455045306 to book an appointment for your desired service. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.