Most people are familiar with the use of acupuncture in managing pain, but it is also very effective for endocrine, circulatory, and systematic disorders. Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to be effective in the treatment of the following conditions, and is always undergoing continued research.
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3 Ways to Prepare For Seasonal Changes

As the transition from summer to autumn begins, changes start to happen externally as well as internally. The days become shorter and the air gets cooler; our bodies change to adapt as well. Here are three ways to prepare for the fall season ahead along with the beginning of the yin cycle.


1 Let go of negativityAutumn positive

The autumn season represents the time when the lungs and large intestine are of the utmost importance. This season is especially an important time to let of negative energy in your life. Negativity doesn’t just affect your psychological health but your physical health as well. You can help get rid toxicity in your life by being aware of the causes and surrounding yourself with positive energy and people who make you happy.

2 Spend time outsideAutumn playing outside

Because fall is focused on the lungs, spending more time outside can help strengthen this organ and increase your immune system as cold and flu season starts to emerge. Spend time in nature away from city pollution where you can breathe clean, cool air. Autumn time is the perfect opportunity to do this and refresh and strengthen the lungs.

3 Try acupunctureAutumn Acu

Acupuncture treatment can help you physically as well as mentally prepare for the change in seasons. Some find it difficult to let go of the summer season and transition to shorter, cooler days. Acupuncture can ease this transition and make sure your body and energy are flowing properly.

In today’s society the normal treatment for Depression is by means of pharmaceuticals. While Doctors tell you that they are completely safe, have you ever read in retail the warnings and side affects on the label of that bottle? In Reality the pills your Doctor gave you seem to add more problems to your list that you just didn’t know you had yet. Instead of being misled into thinking you need certain medications, why not try the natural approach to a Depression free life? The only side-effect to Acupuncture is that it works!   [click to continue…]

The basic structure of weight loss is structured around being able to stay committed to nutrition health, daily exercise and lifestyle changes. While these basic principles can work well, they are temporary “solutions” at best. There is not a miracle cure for weight loss like most of us would love to think, but any truly dedicated person that wants to shred the weight to be happier with themselves as well as reap the health benefits can start with the practice of Chinese medicine to help them begin, maintain and keep their weight loss goals.

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