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Menier’s Disease and Acupuncture

– Posted in: Health Concerns
vertigo

Meniere’s disease is classified as a type of dizziness in Chinese medicine. Emotional strain, which can be caused by too much stress or by anger, frustration, or resentment, can lead to health imbalances that over time can lead to chronic conditions such as Meniere’s disease. Overwork or pushing ourselves too hard without adequate rest over [...]

Low Energy And Traditional Chinese Medicine

– Posted in: Health Concerns
exhaustion

Low energy is a common complaint that affects many people at one time or another. Many situations can produce low energy, ranging frοm issues such as nοt enough sleep, catching a сοld, οr aging. Low energy due tο catching a сοld or flu will disappears аftеr thе сοld or flu іѕ gone. Low energy due [...]

Summer and Traditional Chinese Medicine

– Posted in: Traditional Chinese Medicine
Avoid sunburn is summer

According to traditional Chinese medicine philosophy summer is correlated with the element of Fire. Summer is also associated with the body organs of heart, small intestines, and the tongue. Paying special attention to those organs during summer is particularly important. When there is an imbalance in the seasonal element (in the case of summer the [...]

How Does Acupuncture Compare With Dry Needling

– Posted in: Acupuncture
Acupuncture helps with muscle-knots

Likely you have heard the term ‘dry needling’ and may have wondered how it compares, or relates, to Acupuncture. Both procedures use needles. And while it ‘seems’ that in both techniques, the practitioner uses needles, the process and technique is actually quite different. Acupuncture Technique Acupuncture is the ‘combination’ of ‘ahshi’ needling. –  ‘meridian’ style [...]