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Staying Healthy In Winter With Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine encourages the idea that people are more healthy if they live in harmony with the natural cycles of their environment. Winter is categorized as being inactive, cold, and damp. These characteristics should encourage us to rest more, and consolidate our energy through the winter season in preparation for new life and energy …

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Stay Healthy This Fall With Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Fall season is the beginning of what Traditional Chinese Medicine calls the “yin cycle”. In comparison, Summer focuses more on external things such as travel and outdoor activities. Summer is ruled by the element Fire.  In contrast Fall is a time for organizing one’s life for the winter season ahead. Fall is ruled by …

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Late Summer and Healthy Eating

Summer is divided into two parts…Summer and late Summer… in the concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Late summer is that time at the end of Summer and before Autumn when there is often a hot spell. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Stomach and Spleen rule the “fifth season” Traditional Chinese medicine actually relates to five …

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Managing Arthritis With Traditional Chinese Medicine

Arthritis conditions can often be managed with Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Arthritis conditions and symptoms come in several varieties  – there are actually more than 100 different types of arthritis. The term arthritis is a sort of an ‘umbrella term’ that covers a lot of varying ailments that may affect the body with joint …

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Acupuncture Helps With High Blood Pressure Issues

Acupuncture can help with high blood pressure issues. Research from University of California, Irvine demonstrated that a person’s nervous system could be modulated using Acupuncture, which stimulates chemical reactions in the brain. This reaction gives Acupuncture the ability to control both heart rate and blood pressure. The researchers conclude that electro-acupuncture normalizes both elevated and …

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